Like any other day, you will start with a concealer. If your glasses tend to bring out your eyes, you should try covering your dark circles as much as possible. Keep your glasses close to you and take a look at the improvements every few minutes. Don’t stop refining your look until you are perfectly happy with the result.
Most people don’t know that glasses will attract attention to the eyebrows. This means that you have to make them look perfect and the only way to do this is by adjusting the shape and trimming them if needed. You shouldn’t exaggerate when it comes to eyebrows in general; as long as they have a clear shape and you can’t notice any imperfections, you should be ok.
A pale color is recommended for the waterline. This will make your eyes stand out and they will look great especially if you use an eye shadow of a darker color. You don’t have to go to the end of the color spectrum, just make sure that the eye shadow is not as bright as the color of your waterline. No matter what you choose, you should focus on the lower lash line.
A problem with wearing glasses and makeup at the same time is that mascara will often smear the lenses, especially if you have long eyelashes. The only method of avoiding this is by curling your lashes a little more than usual and trying to use less mascara on the upper lashes. You can, however, focus on the lower lashes without having to worry about your glasses.
The most important part of the process is double checking the results before you go out. Put on your glasses and take a look at the result from different angles and with different lighting. If everything seems ok, you have managed to combine the necessity of using glasses with makeup.