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In recent years, eyelash extensions have become increasingly popular among women due to their practicality (imagine never having to apply mascara again) and aesthetic appeal.
How to wear glasses with long eyelashes? You’re considering getting eyelash extensions, but you’re not sure if it’s possible if you wear glasses. Your false eyelashes would constantly rub against your glasses if you wore them with eyelash extensions.
Perhaps you’ve been told you need glasses despite having had eyelash extensions for a while. There’s no need to worry; you can keep wearing false eyelashes. So…
How To Wear Glasses With Long Eyelashes?
For some people, finding glasses that work with long eyelashes can be more difficult than expected. A common problem with wearing glasses is that your eyelashes brush against the glass. Discover the secrets to achieving a flawless fit for your flutters.
Looking For NEW Sunglasses Or Eyeglasses
Try on what you want to buy before you buy it to ensure a good fit. Try to find frames with soft, rounded edges. In contrast to the extra room afforded by round frames, the lenses of flat frames will sit closer to the wearer’s face. Finding the right shape to keep your lashes open area may take a few tries, but the result will be worth the effort.
Existing Eyeglasses And Sunglasses
If you already have eyeglasses or sunglasses and your lashes are catching on them, an Optician may be able to assist you in getting free and clear. Glasses rarely sit straight up and down. They’re tilted (known as the pantoscopic tilt) so that the bottom of the frame is closer to the face and the top is further away. In many cases, this tilt can be adjusted. Visit your local optical shop to see if your glasses can be adjusted to accommodate your lashes better by moving the top away from your face and the bottom closer.
Creating Custom Lashes For Lenses
If you can’t adjust your lenses, try adjusting your lashes! Inquire with your lash artist about a more dramatic curl. Lashes that sweep upwards rather than outwards are more likely to miss eyeglass lenses.
Which Eyelash Extension Length Is Best For Me?
You shouldn’t get too long lashes if you wear glasses because they’ll end up touching your lenses and ruining the look. Longer lashes won’t have any effect on your daily life if you don’t wear glasses.
However, that is not the only factor worth thinking about. Face the mirror sideways and examine your eyes. Do you have naturally puffier eyelids, or do your eyes appear further apart? If so, you may want to consider shorter lashes so that your eyes don’t look even puffier than they already do.
Specify your longest desired lash length when selecting the length, and your lash technician will blend lashes of varying lengths to achieve a more natural appearance.
Do Eyelash Extensions With Glasses Cause Faster Fall Out?
As long as there is no friction between the eyelash extension and the glass frame, wearing glasses will not affect the life span of your eyelash extensions.
How Do I Know What Glasses I Can Wear With Eyelash Extensions?
Your eyeglasses or sunglasses won’t interfere with your lash extensions in any way. It’s all good to go as long as your stylist can figure out how far you can get away with it.
Before getting your lashes done, I highly recommend researching the various lash styles, before and after pictures, and curls available. This will allow you and your lash artist to have a productive conversation about your desired look.
To make a most educated decision about the type, length, and curl of your eyelash extensions, it is recommended that you bring your glasses to your appointment. Your eyes will stand out, and your lashes will look stunning.
I hope you loved this article on how to wear glasses with long eyelashes and find it helpful. Also, You may be interested to read about oil-free eyelash extension cleansers.