Here are few Make up tips for girls who were glasses:
Concealer – When applying concealer or a corrector on your face, brush the inner corner of the eye area. The glasses in your frames can highlight under-eye discoloration and darkness.
Blush – Remember to first smile and swipe the blush brush across the apple of your cheek to the temple, falling to the jaw line. Don’t go over the top with the shade of blush; choose a subtle shade that complements your makeup and skin tone.
Neutral colors – You can never go wrong with warm and neutral tones for the eyelids. If you have thick glasses I don’t suggest you do a smoky eye makeup or make it too dramatic. Subtle is sexy.
Mascara – Using mascara will highlight your eyes. I suggest you use a volumizing mascara to make your lashes look thicker; a curling mascara will stick or hit the lenses of your glasses.
Lipstick – Bright lippie colors pull away attention from the eyes and draw attention to the lips so make sure your lips are soft and supple. If you want to go daring and sexy go for red or hot pink. You can also go for nude colors but some find it attractive seeing a woman in red lipstick with her glasses on (makes you look in authority and sultry).
Contouring – Don’t forget to highlight, contour and blush to enhance your face. Use a good bronzer to create illusion and define your cheekbones more. Make your contour game strong! It will give more structure and emphasize the middle of your face.
Eyebrows – Your brows are very important because they can either make or break the face. If you have thin eyebrows fill them in, just don’t darken them too dramatically. For thick brows always keep them groomed and in shape. Basically, eyebrows should be neatly shaped complementing the structure of your face and unveiling your eyes.