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6 Beauty Tips To Consider As A Bride Who Wears Glasses

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The majority of women who wear glasses on a daily basis are unlikely to wish to do so on their wedding day. But, in some cases, this is unavoidable, and if the bride’s spectacles are such an integral part of her personality, it’s difficult to envision her without them.

In a nutshell, a bride wearing glasses is a stylish lady, and here are some pointers on how to make the most of the look.

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1. Treat your spectacles as if they were a new piece of jewelry.

Children are the only ones who don’t comprehend the appeal of spectacles. A trendy set of frames, on the other hand, can make your friends and family envious. So, on your wedding day, make your spectacles a focal point. Treat yourself to a new frame that matches your outfit exactly, or go for a bold statement piece for a pop of color. Or, to go with your attire, how about white frames?

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2. Put your glasses on with a veil to see how they look.

Sharp corners, embellishments, or decorations on some frames could catch your veil and yank the thread out. Make careful you try your veil and glasses on together to rule out any issues. Better still, make a pretend veil out of some underwear and try your glasses on with it. Your genuine veil will appreciate it, and you shouldn’t have to worry about anything being trapped in your glasses.

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3. Don’t forget to bring your glasses to the wedding.

This is for the brides who don’t wear contacts; keep your glasses on hand at all times. On the day of the event, you may cry, get something in your eye, or simply have an anxiety-related reaction.
People with red, swollen eyes don’t look nice, so pack your glasses as a backup in case any of these things happen.

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4. Take some wedding photos without your glasses on.

Just to make things a bit more interesting, you know? You’ll look stunning with or without them (due to your flawless makeup), and capturing images without your glasses will give your photos a nice diversity.
If your other half wears glasses, you may both remove them for a photo shoot.

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5. Opt for a light-colored eyeshadow.

Eyeshadow can occasionally be lost behind the glasses, or the contrary, depending on the frames you choose. For the most part, going neutral is the best option. Natural eyeshadows complement both thin and heavy eyeliner beautifully. Add a glitter to the bottom lash line for a subtle pop of color that draws attention to the eyes.

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6. Eyeliner is an absolute requirement!

As previously stated, eyeliner is a must-have, but how can you wear it and look fabulous?
Allow your glasses to guide you; thin eyeliner for thin frames and heavy eyeliner for thick frames are both good choices.

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