Depending on the lens of your eyeglasses, your eyes may recede or protrude. In my case, my eyes recede behind the lenses so this post shows you how to do a simple makeup look that'll make the eyes stand out behind eyeglasses. Read more to see how I do it.
Here's the final look of the makeup I did for this tutorial.
My eyes appear smaller than normal whenever I wear my eyeglasses. I don't want that so with makeup, I'm making them appear defined and larger behind lenses. I primed my eyelids with my homemade eyeshadow primer. Then I applied the white eyeshadow from my Rose Russo Palette. To contour the crease, I used a matte brown eyeshadow and layered it with a matte black for more definition. To shape the eyes, I then lined my upper and bottom lashline with Nichido's waterproof black eyeliner and smudged and blended it out with a blending brush. To instensify the shape of the eyes, I again line the lashlines with a black liquid eyeliner from Etude House. Then finished the eyes by curling and applying mascara.
Watch the video for the demo/tutorial.
And the finished look.