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Five Makeup Tips For Women Who Wear Glasses
If you thought women who rock glasses can't dibble and dabble in makeup -- you're wrong. The term "four eyes" is long gone and now women who wear glasses are getting the recognition they have always deserved. Glasses have come a long way over the years and now you can incorporate your sense of style while wearing your daily specs. If you're a makeup fan and you wear glasses, don't let that get in the way of you applying mascara or eyeshadow on the daily. You can still beat your face while wearing your favorite pair of glasses -- these quick and easy tips will make wearing glasses fun and leave you feeling glamorous. Add Eyeshadow Primer To Bridge Of Nose If you wear glasses than you know the struggle of glasses constantly sliding down your nose. To prevent this from happening throughout the day, apply some eyeshadow primer to the bridge of your nose. Use Specific Mascara When apply mascara, make sure you use a mascara that adds volume to your lashes and not curls. This will prevent your lashes from hitting your glasses. Keep Your Brows Groomed Whether you pencil in your brows or not, wearing glasses isn't an excuse to not still maintain your brows. Keep them in tip top shop. Brows are still a major focal point despite your glasses. Draw Attention To Your Lower Lash Line Make your eyes pop by adding a bright color or dark winged liner to your bottom lash line. Color Coordinate Your Glasses With Your Makeup Color coordinating your makeup to your glasses is fun and draws attention to your entire face. Have fun with it. Ladies, how do you rock your glasses with makeup?
10 pairs of sunglasses for less than $10
The sun is shining and it's time to pull out the sunglasses. Your sunglasses shouldn't be an afterthought to an awesome outfit. They should be their own fashion statement and should match the vibe of your outfit. Rock those sunglasses without breaking the bank! The "a cat and a turtle had a sunglasses baby" sunglasses The form of this pair of sunglasses ($8) is cat-eye shaped, but the pattern looks more like a turtle shell pattern, hence the naming of the sunglasses. Rock the sunglasses with the sass of a cat and the poise of a turtle. The "I'm so mod" sunglasses This pair of sunglasses ($6) screams that your second home is the Museum of Modern Art and that you spend your nights perusing fashion catalogs and brushing up on the latest trends. Make people think you know everything about the high fashion world (even if, like me, you don't). It's all about the illusion. The "I totally love geometry" sunglasses Were you that kid that was obsessed with different shapes in school? These octagonal sunglasses ($8) are totally for you. Rock these unique sunglasses and impress everyone when you tell that they are octagonal and that, yes, you do know what octagonal means. The "Paparazzi are following me" sunglasses These oversized animal print sunglasses ($7) are so Hollywood star. Rock the streets like you are in a movie or are looking stunning for the paparazzi in these sunnies. The "Starry, starry night" sunglasses The print and colors on this pair of sunglasses ($8) remind me of Van Gogh's "Starry, starry night." Become a walking piece of art with these sunglasses and let the sun sparkle and shimmer through the blue and purple hues in the pattern on the sunglasses. The "Mentally, I'm on vacation" sunglasses Even if you are stuck in the middle of the city or on your way to work, the print on these sunglasses ($6) will put your mind in a far off place with beaches and aqua water. The "I'm a groovy flower child" sunglasses This pair of sunglasses ($7) with flower charms will give off a girly flower child vibe. Slip on these sunglasses and you will suddenly see the world as more chill with a lot of peace signs. Far out. The "Hold on, let me check my hair in your sunglasses" sunglasses All your friends will be checking themselves in the reflection of these mirrored sunglasses ($6). That's what friends are for, right? The thick rims of these sunglasses add some edge to the mirrored lenses. The "I'm too cool for all of you" sunglasses These aviator sunglasses ($8) radiate coolness. Show all of your friends (and strangers) just how cool you are with these classes aviator sunglasses in a rose gold tint. The "I'm a cool American" sunglasses You want to show off your national pride without being tacky or too in your face? These American flag sunglasses ($7) flirt with that line oh-so-well. These sunnies are especially perfect for a July 4th picnic. Rock those sunglasses!
Woman Wore Different Colored Contacts For One Week
When I was in middle school, I wore contacts. Colored contacts to be exact. I already have light brown eyes, so once I got to high school, I wanted to make things up a notch. i decided to get hazel contacts and for years people thought they were my natural eyes. My ex-boyfriend never knew until I personally told him that my eyes were indeed light brown and not hazel. He was extremely surprised. As the years progressed, I realized the color contact trend just wasn't for me and I would much rather embrace my natural eye color. Although it seems as if the contact craze has calmed down a bit, there are still a handful of people rockin' eyes that aren't theres. While some look rather realistic, others look extremely fake. A woman wanted to do a social experience to see if different eye colors could improve your life. For one week, she wore different colored contacts and the results are actually rather interesting. Contact Color: Blue 'I first tried on these deep blue lenses on a Friday, with an audience of fellow Byrdie editors. I was immediately struck by the way that the contacts allow a ring of my natural color to shine through around the pupil, and I loved the contrast between the dark aqua and my given brownish-green—it was striking but somehow still very believable.' Contact Color: Grey 'I've grown to love my natural eye color, but my inner 12-year-old—the one who wanted light eyes SO badly—was so excited to try out this gray-blue pair. Sure enough, I felt like a completely different person after slipping these on, like I could command and intimidate a room with just a steely stare.' Contact Color: Green 'I had barely sat down in a meeting when the colleague seated next to me peered intently into my eyes. "Uh, what's up?" I said with a frozen smile. "Just trying to see what color you're wearing today," she said. Ah. I had actually forgotten I had the contacts in to begin with—a common theme during my days with the green pair, but not an unfortunate one at all. Since they're so similar to my natural color, the effect was subtle but flattering, not unlike the Acuvue Define lenses I've tried in the past.' Have you ever worn colored contacts or contacts at all? What color did you prefer out of the three above? @alywoah @marshalledgar @humairaa @sophiamor @jazziejazz @ButterflyBlu @VeronicaArtino @TessStevens @buddyesd @EasternShell @primodiva93 @LAVONYORK @amobigbang @shannonl5 @LizArnone @MyAffairWith @hikaymm
One Piece style glasses - for every Anime-nerd a must-buy!
Eyewear manufacturer JINS released a series of One Piece-themed eyeglasses on August 10 for computer users. The glasses are the fourth entry in the "One Piece Limited by JINS" collaborative series, and the first sold under the "JINS PC" brand. The current entry features designs based on nine One Piece characters, including: Luffy, Zoro, Nami, Usopp, Sanji, Chopper, Robin, Franky and Brook. In addition, six color variations are available exclusively online. The Luffy, Chopper, Robin, and Brook models include high-contrast lenses that reduce eye-damaging HEV light (also known as "blue light") by 50 percent. The Zoro, Nami, Usopp, Sanji, and Franky models reduce HEV light by 35 percent. The glasses retail for 4,990 yen each (about US$51). For an additional 4,990 yen (US$51), the lenses can be replaced with lenses designed for heavy PC usage. Each pair of eyeglasses comes with a soft carrying case printed with the One Piece logo and the character's name. The temple ends of the glasses are stamped with each character's symbol in gold print. Orders purchased from the JINS web store come with a "Gum-Gum Fruit" charm, while orders from the JINS Amazon and JINS Rakuten web stores come with a One Piece character charm. In addition, a limited edition box set of all nine models, all nine character charms, and the Gum-Gum Fruit charm is available through online stores for 44,910 yen (US$460), with a different box design available for each store. Purchases made at a brick-and-mortar JINS location will also receive a limited edition shopping bag.