If you have naturally long natural mink lashes, wear false eyelashes or have had your lashes enhanced, if you wear glasses you will have noticed some issues. Mascara marking the inside of the lens, eyelash breakage etc. So what should you do?Llmsu
If you are short/long sighted and wear prescription glasses, you would have had your glasses professionally fitted and this should not be a great issue. However, if you wear fashion glasses or sunglasses that’s different story.
The last thing you would want to do is to cut your natural mink lashes, after all, you are rightly proud of them. The most obvious suggestion is to curl those long eyelashes. Heated eyelash curlers tend to do this job better, but do be careful that you don’t damage your lashes. I don’t know if guys with long eyelashes would actually want to curl them, but why not!
If you are looking for new sunglasses, you do need to try them on. Don’t buy online unless you have done this beforehand. You should aim for oversized lenses as generally speaking there is more room behind the lens. Even if you have a smaller face, try the larger glasses as you may be impressed at how good they look on you. If you look at some of the celebrities who have smaller faces they usually carry these enormous glasses very well.
Aviators are another style you could consider, especially for guys with long natural mink lashes who may not wish to wear oversized glasses. Again, you will need to try these on first as there is a lot of variation between brands.
Don’t be limited to the two types of sunglasses suggested, have a shop around and avoid those that look as if they have short arms, as you won’t be able to pull them away from your lashes.
Glasses are possibly the one downside of having long natural mink lashes, but your optician will be able to make suggestions for your prescription glasses. You can follow this advice when looking for sunglasses as well. Curl your eyelashes using heated eyelash curlers or go for sunglasses with an oversized lens or an aviator style is recommended.