If you’re a fan of heavy frames, this look’s for you. As a rule, thick, solid frames call for something stronger than a natural makeup look, and a red lip paired with a winged eye perfectly accentuates any bold or dark glasses.

Ready to start? Follow our step by step GIF tutorial!

STEP 1: BASE
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Start off with foundation. With glasses, the tendency is to oil up faster around your nose and cheek area, so stick to an oil-free formula if you want to stay shine-free.

STEP 2: CONCEALER
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This step is crucial if you suffer from dark circles. Since a heavier frame casts a shadow along the undereye area, make sure to use a brightening concealer to avoid looking tired.

STEP 3: BROWS
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Another tip for thick frames: the brows have to match. If there is only one rule a glasses wearer should heed, it’s to always fill in the brows to match the strength of the frame.

STEP 4: EYELINER
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Don't bother with mascara (it makes it awkward when you blink); instead, concentrate on lining your eyes and getting as close to the lash line as possible.

STEP 5: MAKE A WING
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If you have trouble winging out your eyeliner, draw on a guideline using concealer and trace it back with black eyeliner. Then, clean up with a cotton swab dipped in makeup remover.

STEP 6: LIPSTICK
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Since there’s so much going on at the upper portion of your face, balance your lower half out by painting on a bright lip.

RESULT: 
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Produced by: Janey Aniban; Photography by: RG Medestomas; Hair by: Ricky Diokno; Makeup by: Claire Diokno; Model: April Tanhueco

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