If you wear glasses or contact lenses, you should
know that makeup, fastening and fixing of your hair-do and even the use
of perfume require special rules that ophthalmologists and cosmetologists
advise you to follow.
Begin with the traditional: you wear glasses.
are used not only to correct your eyesight, but can also be a beautiful
accessory. That’s why you should choose a form and
design of the frames and think about your makeup in the right way.
Glasses for a far-sighted person enlarge the eyes and the area round
them. Using such magnifiers, you should color your eyes smartly and marginally
to the limit – as even the smallest defects will seem exaggerated.
A large amount of bright make-up can have a negative effect!
The eyes of a near-sighted person through the lenses of glasses appear
to be smaller. That’s why it makes sense to underline
the eyes with the help of makeup and to add
lighter tones that visually enlarge the eyes.
When choosing lengthening mascara, try not to get carried
away! Pay attention to how near the lenses are to your eyes.
It happens that lengthened eyelashes near lenses can touch the lenses
and then peel off, irritating your eyes and accumulating on the lenses.
Take off your glasses when using hairspray or other aerosols.
Small drops of liquid can settle on the lenses, spoiling their clarity.
You wear contact lenses.
the rule: first apply makeup and then put
your lenses in. Use only water-based cosmetics. If possible, look
for makeup that has “V.A.” on the label. This will mean that
it’s been approved by ophthalmologists or is safe for those who
wear contact lenses.
When choosing makeup, pay attention to some other important
details. For example, the ingredients in the dyes used (in
loose powder, rouge, eye shadow) must be finely dispersed to prevent irritations
and eye shadows and mascara should be solid to the maximum – this
way, they won’t peel off too fast and would miss your eyes.
If you want to lengthen your eyelashes, pay
attention to the mascara with the hairs added. The popular and widely
used mink-hair can cause a lot of trouble. It not only comes off the mascara
too soon and can get into your eyes, but also can get stuck between the
eyes and lenses. That’s why you should spend some time and search
for lengthening mascara with synthetic fibers.
If you have sensitive eyes, choose eyeliner
that doesn’t spill and liquid eye shadows shouldn’t be applied
too near to lashes.
Be careful while fastening and fixing your hairdo.
It’s better to use hairspray and then put in your lenses. Or try
to close your eyes while using the spray. Try not to be near those who
use aerosols. Try to step aside and not just turn away, as these small
sticky particles will stay in the air for a long time. Try not to let
aerosol drops and splashes of other liquids settle on your lenses. It’s
the same with perfume, deodorants, toilet water – besides getting
on the lenses and causing irritations, allergies can also be aggravated
by strong scents.
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