1. Use eyelash curlers to open up eyes. This will also help stop long lashes from catching against your lenses.
2. Groom and shape your eyebrows. Your glasses frame your eyes, but your brows need to frame your glasses. After shaping them, fill in any gaps with eyebrow shadow or pencil, and finish with mascara gel to keep them looking sleek.
4. Use a nude eyeliner on your lower lids. Some glasses can make eyes appear smaller. Using a white or nude eyeliner on your waterline will make your eyes look bigger and help them really pop!
6. Use waterproof make-up. If you've got extra long lashes, using waterproof mascara and eyeliner will help prevent you from getting make-up smears on your lenses.
7. Avoid applying eyeshadow beyond your glasses line. While you might like the idea of blending a strong colour up toward your brow line, this can clash with the lines created by your frames and end up looking messy. Instead, try blending a light or bronze shimmer up to your brow.
9. Stop specs slipping with primer. Stop glasses from sliding down your nose by applying a small amount of primer to the bridge of your nose – voilà! No more annoying slippages.
Photography: Vikki Grant