1. Emphasize Your Eyes
Using a pencil in a soft brown or black, lightly rim your upper and lower lash lines from outer to inner corners. Smudge a bit to soften. Then swipe lashes with mascara. Presto — pop!
2. Groom Your Brows
If they fall above or at the same level as frames, they can "disappear" without definition. Fill them in with pencil or powder a shade lighter than hair for a natural look.
3. Brighten Under Eyes
That area is in focus, so avoid thick cover-up. Instead, blend a
lightweight liquid concealer with a bit of highlighter to get a refreshed, glowy look.
4. Play With Lip Color
With square, rectangular, or dark frames, a bold red or pink lip adds a fun accent. Got bright or patterned glasses? A sheer pink shade won't be too over the top.
5. Highlight Your Cheekbones
Blend blush onto the apples of your cheeks, concentrating on the area below your lenses (since they can magnify the color, making you look unevenly flushed).
This story originally appeared in the April 2016 issue of Dr. Oz The Good Life.
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