Eye makeup for women over 50 with glasses: The makeup ensures a beautiful and fresh look, even with drooping eyelids!

by Kremy

Applying makeup can be quite a challenge for most women. When glasses are added to the picture, it seems nearly impossible for many to properly apply and maintain their makeup. But just because you wear glasses doesn’t mean you have to give up cosmetics. Rather, you should look for cosmetic tips that will help you create a makeup that is specifically tailored to your preferences. To help you with that, here are some cosmetics tips and methods you should definitely know. Discover how to apply eye makeup for women over 50 with glasses!

Makeup for green, blue or brown eyes over 50 – Apply a primer to your eyelids

Apply a primer to your eyelids Makeup for green blue or brown eyes after 50

By using a primer you can ensure that your eye makeup lasts longer, is easier to apply and appears smoother and more even. Using a thin brush, apply the primer to your eyelids and the area just below the eyebrows.

Eye makeup for drooping eyelids and glasses – combination of foundation and concealer

Apply this mixture to the area under your eyes after combining a small amount of your usual foundation with some concealer. The foundation you apply under your eyes is now slightly lighter than the rest of the foundation you apply to your face. This is important because depending on your vision, the magnification of your glasses will either make your eyes appear smaller or larger. If you are short-sighted, auto-magnification will make your eyes appear smaller, and if you are long-sighted, magnification will make your eyes appear larger. Using a concealer helps keeping some of the self-magnification in the area under your eyes from being as noticeable.

You can combine a concealer with a foundation and also with a small amount of an extra nourishing eye cream.

Beautiful eye makeup for older women who wear glasses – the shape of the eyebrows

Beautiful eye makeup for older women who wear glasses the shape of the eyebrows


It’s possible for others to notice your eyebrows because of your glasses, either because the frame reinforces them or because it’s directly below them. After shaping your eyebrows to your liking, apply some brow filler with very light strokes. Fill in any parts of your eyebrows that are sparse or missing hair.

Also, you should check the shape of your eyebrows to make sure it is compatible with the dimensions and design of your eyeglass frame. If you wear larger and more prominent frames, consider thinning and shaping your eyebrows to complement the look of your glasses. Thinner frames, on the other hand, look best when paired with full, well-defined eyebrows.

Makeup for bigger eyes over 50 – apply eyeliner and eyeshadow

Makeup for bigger eyes over 50 apply eyeliner and eyeshadow

You can make your eyes appear bigger by applying eyeliner around the eye area. Using a dark liner will no doubt do the trick.

If you wear glasses, you should not use dark eyeshadow color for smoky eyes. It is better to make up your eyes with lighter eyeshadow. You can now use the eyeshadow to apply some color to the rest of the eyelid. Apply wet eyeshadow above the upper lash line and blend with a brush.

A helpful tip: Eye shadow with lots of glitter will highlight your wrinkles and droopy eyelids, and will also reflect on your glasses.

Proper eye makeup for women over 50 with glasses – highlighter

Accentuate the high points of your cheekbones and your browbones with a highlighter. This gives your face more vitality.

Eye makeup for women over 50 with glasses – black mascara

Eye makeup for women over 50 with glasses black mascara

Use black mascara that will thicken and add volume to your lashes. You don’t want your lashes to get in the way of your glasses, do you? Use your hand to lift the eyelid by placing the tip of a finger on the brow bone. In this way you get as close to the roots of your upper lashes as possible. Move the brush back and forth right at the base of the lashes to apply as thick a layer of mascara as possible (black color is best for your beautiful appearance), then roll the brush out in a zigzag motion to the tips of the lashes, where you need the least amount need mascara. Black mascara gives the eyes the most oomph.

You can never go wrong with a lipstick

Eye makeup for women over 50 with glasses a beautiful and fresh look even with drooping eyelids

First use a primer so that the lipstick holds well. If you don’t use a primer, the lipstick will run into creases around the mouth. After that, apply the lipstick and you can opt for a light lipstick color. If you have time, it is best to apply the lipstick with a brush.

Also read: Makeup mistakes that make you look older – 7 most common mistakes that you should avoid



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