The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses

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The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses
The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses

Preparing for the wedding can be the most exciting, yet very stressful experience. Looking for a perfect dress, the venue, making a guest list...there are too many things to do and they’re all equally important. 


On top of that, if you wear contact lenses, you also have to worry about keeping them in and making sure they’re comfortable. 

Also, it’s essential to get the makeup right so that you don't face any issues with the lenses or irritation.


So, here are some tips and tricks for wearing in a safe way so you can have a careless and fun wedding.


The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses

The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses
The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses

1. First, Clean your Hands and be Careful

The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses
The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses

Before you decide to apply any makeup, you need to make sure that your hands are clean so your inner eye won’t get into any contact with dirt and bacteria. Also, make sure that your hands are clean and also dry. 

There are doctors who recommend putting the first lens into the same eye, so they won’t get mixed up. You don’t want any extra complications right before the wedding. 

Being careful is the key, and since many brides are so excited and bubbly, it’s easy to make mistakes. So, stay calm, keep your hands clean and be careful. 

Finally, before you decide to apply moisturizer or foundation, make sure that your lenses are already in.


2. Use Oil-Free Products

The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses
The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses

Some oil-based products can have moisturizing properties, but if you’re wearing contacts, it’s safer to stick with lighter, water-based makeup. 

Sometimes, despite everything, oils that can be found in creams and makeup, happen to find a way to your eyes. Even though it won’t cause any harm, it can still cause make lenses cloudy, which will lead to blurred vision, which is the last thing you need on your wedding day. 

Using mild, oil-free and fragrance-free products will reduce the risk of allergies, and will also keep your daily contact lenses clean and make them last longer!



3. Replace your Makeup on Time

The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses
The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses


Some don’t know, but makeup does have an expiration date, too. 

Since wearing makeup and lenses poses an extra risk for your eyes, it’s recommended to replace your products every three to six months. It might be difficult to say goodbye to the product that can still be used, but remember that the health of your eyes is more important. 

If possible, buy smaller or travel pack sizes so you’ll make sure that everything is used up before you decide to replace it. 

Additionally, you should never share your makeup no matter how close the person is to you. Eyes are sensitive and prone to infections, so it’s safer to stick to your own products all the time.

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4. Clean your Brushes

The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses
The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses


Keeping your makeup brushes clean might not be a fun activity, but it’s something you should make a habit of. You can wash them with warm water and gentle soap, and be sure to leave them to air-dry. 

There are other DIY ways to clean your brushes, some of them involving baking powder, while others use coconut oil. It’s up to you to find a method that works for you. 

It’s crucial to clean your brushes because if they’re not properly cleaned, they carry bacteria that can cause damages to skin and eyes. Besides, make sure to use brushes in a gentle manner, and if possible, avoid applying makeup with your fingers so you won’t cause additional pressure on your eyes.



5. Use a Liquid Eyeliner

The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses
The Ultimate Eye Makeup Tips for Brides Who Wear Contact Lenses

Mastering the eyeliner application might take some time, but once you learn how to do it, you can freely call yourself a pro. 

Now, if you already wear contact lenses, you should opt for liquid eyeliner, since they’re safer than regular pencil eyeliners that come with a pointy and sharp end. Having something hard-pressed against your eyelid is risky in general, but if you wear contacts, that risk is much bigger. 

Liquid eyeliner is softer and comes with a brush that is gentle and doesn’t cause any pressure on one’s eyes.



Conclusion

Being a bride with contact lenses can be stressful, but if you keep your makeup brushes clean, watch the ingredients and regularly replace your makeup, there’s is no reason to be worried. Your eyes will be as pretty as ever, and your makeup will look great on all the time, not just on your wedding day!

So This was it for today. I hope you have found this post helpful. Have a Good Day! 😇


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