Beauty magazines often advise pairing bold frames with subtle, natural-looking eye makeup. But that's not always the best choice. Striking cat-eye eyeliner, highly defined eyelashes and pops of eye shadow color are all great ways to play up your eyes. If you're choosing a bright eye shadow color, remember to complement the color of your frames-you don't want them to clash, which can cheapen the look.
As we all know that wearing makeups will enhance your features as well as complement your choice of specs.Wearing make-up with glasses can help emphasize your eyes. If you normally wear make-up, you do so to emphasize your natural shape and create contrast. When you wear eyeglasses, especially with full plastic rims, your eyes can easily disappear behind the thick frames. A regular amount of make-up as you might wear without your frames not be enough to make your eyes pop, or it may not be applied in the same way. As you normally use light colours to help create dimension when you apply eyeshadow, creams and whites are a good place to start with on your upper eyelids. Applying some of this lighter colour around the brow bone will help define your eyes better around areas where your frames will sit. Darker skin tones will benefit from more golden hues. For great contrast, if your frames are coloured, try a palette based on the complimentary colour of your frame's hue.