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3 steps to enhance your eyes

Published Nov 18, 2020 10:00 pm

What’s the first thing you notice about someone you meet for the first time? It has to be the eyes, right? Because that’s where you should be looking at when talking — and it would be weird to look somewhere else.

So yes, sweetie, your eyes have to make a great first impression if you want to win people over. The rest will just follow after that. Now the big question is: How do you enhance your eyes?

Wear glasses for protection

enhance your eyes with glasses with metal frame
Specs from Vision Express

I don’t know who needs to know this but you can tell your optician to add a blue light filter to your glasses. It will reduce digital eye strain, especially when you work in front of your laptop for long hours.

enhance your eyes with glasses with lucite frame
Clear Red Demi from Owndays

Prescription or not, glasses are very essential these days as they provide protection from dust, flying debris and other fine particles in the air.

Give lashes some lift

The problem with thick lashes is that they are usually straight or curled down. So instead of giving your eyes that extra pop, they kind of make your eyes look droopy instead. But that really isn’t a problem because Stylash Eyelash Salon has Keratin Lift that curls your lashes upward—giving them a nicer, fuller look.

But if you have short and thin lashes, you can always go for an eyelash extension at Love Those Lashes. This will add length and volume to your natural lashes and enhance your eyes.

Color the lids

enhance your eyes with eyeshadow
MonoPop Eye Shadow Palette from The Face Shop

Applying eye shadow might be the most noncommittal way to enhance your eyes. It’s perfect for people who are too scared to try lash and brow procedures. The Face Shop has eyeshadow palettes ideal for your every mood. If you’re going for a glittery finish, just dab some random shade from the MonoPop Eye Shadow Palette and you’re good to go.

The Face Shop also has some rejuvenating eye cream and eye patches to get rid of puffiness and dark circles—just in case you want to take that extra step in taking care of your eyes.

For more self-care and beauty hacks, visit SM Shopmag.

Editor’s Note: This article was provided by SM Shopmag.