Eye Makeup for Glasses, Tips for Women & Mature over 50s

In this video Heather serves up a request to do a video on eye makeup applications for glasses. Whether you have near, short or far sighted lenses these tips & techniques will help. As a former 80s model Heather asked make-up artists plus friends & family to help her research this important makeup tutorial. Contact lenses, eyebrow techniques, eye shadows, liners, mascara, lipstick, foundation, false eyelashes & more are featured. If you’re in your 20s, 30s, 40s or a mature, aging over 50 woman this tutorial will help, with a highlight for those who may have hooded, downturn or droopy eyes. Heather also shows different eyeglass styles along with make up demonstrations of the two most popular styles of lenses.



8 Comments

  1. Awesome over 50 says:

    So here is the link for the magnifying & even lighted makeup mirrors (it also links to one of our blog pages, so check out some of the blogs too)

  2. Joanne Urquhart says:

    Nice eye makeup Heather , keep up the good work . Thank you

  3. cpgde says:

    OMG! I was going to request this type of video. And I am so glad that you did it for both kind of glasses, because I wear bifocals so the top part of my lenses make my eyes look smaller and the bottom part magnifies. Thank you so much. Shout out to Bill and snuggles to Hurricane and hugs for you- Barbara

    • Awesome over 50 says:

      Great minds think alike right Barbara? I’m so glad you learned something from the video. I did a lot of research to make sure I did appeal to both lenses but I forgot about bi-focals. Feeling the hugs, shout outs and snuggles, thanks, Heather

  4. Kathy Edmondson says:

    I love the way you have your hair styled. Can you show us how you do your hair.

    • Awesome over 50 says:

      It’s funny Kathy, in my first videos I always straightened my hair. Then I did a full coverage foundation video and wanted to show my real self so left it naturally curly and got a great response. I will be doing hair videos shortly. I use a low-foaming shampoo and conditioner and an anti-frizz on it that I just scrunch up my hair while it’s damp. For this video I just tied it back with a clip. Heather

  5. R says:

    Thank you so much for taking the time to do this! I learned quite a few tips!!

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