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How to do makeup while wearing contact lenses?

This is the first time for me to wear contact lenses. I am going to take a party. But the trouble is how to make up my eyes while wearing contact lenses? I feel it hard to do makeup. Any idea?
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  • walkinginlight


    You can still makeup yourself with contact lenses. Since the contact lenses need put into eyes, they won't change your outlook. So, you can makeup yourself as usual. But you shall remember that wearing contact lenses first before you makeup your eyes. Then, you can use eye liner and mascara as well as shadows.
  • Susan Wright


    Well, I quite understand your anxiety over this matter. As far as I know, you should try to get your hands clean and make sure your contact lenses are well taken care of, then try to put in your contact lenses before you make up your eyes. Because this could lower the risk of infecting your eyes , for eye makeups may result in infections or red eyes. Maybe you should close your eyes when you are going to make up your eyes after putting in your lenses. Just try to be careful.
  • Kendra Dickson


    Hello, I’m David Domine, owner of Louisville Historic Tours that operates here in Old Louisville, Kentucky. Like many businesses, I’m sure you and your employees have probably been stuck at home because of the Kentucky-wide lockdown. Most restaurants and bars still aren’t accepting large groups. This is making get-togethers or outside team building exercises currently impossible. That’s why I’m reaching out today. I run a Daytime Walking Tour and a Nighttime Ghost Tour right here in Louisville. Since our tours are outside, we are operating fully, and we are able to take groups of people (as long as we follow the social distancing guidelines.) I’ve had a huge increase in the amount of organizations booking private tours for their employees since everyone is looking for a way to get together. I wanted to reach out to you about the same possibility. Here’s the Daytime Walking Tour: And here’s a bit of detail on the Ghost Tour: These are great for work outings, or just a regular date night with the family or kids. I do offer special pricing for groups. I also like to make the tour as memorable as I can for you. If you have any special occasions, anniversaries, or milestones happening, drop me some details in advance and I’ll make sure to mention it on the tour. Looking forward to hearing back! Kind Regards, David Domine