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Yes, that’s right – there are reading glasses designed specifically for applying your makeup with precision! While our eyes may need some help to see as clearly as they once could, our makeup routine shouldn’t have to suffer. The mornings of squinting out of one eye while applying eyeliner, eyeshadow, and mascara to the other are over!

For days when you’re traveling and can’t lug your magnified vanity mirror with you, or for those of you who don’t have the counter space for another mirror, these makeup readers will change the way you apply make up…for good.     

The Carrie Makeup Reader is designed to allow you to wear your readers with the proper magnification* while simultaneously applying makeup in the mirror. Simply switch the swiveling lens when you need to do the other eye! The lens is fully magnified in powers up to +3.00.

*Determining Your Power for a Makeup Reader

The standard reading distance is 12-18 inches. With this in mind, you should consider how close you typically stand to the mirror when applying your makeup. The further away you stand from the mirror the lower your power should be (using your reading power as a baseline), and the closer you stand to the mirror the higher your power should be. Never purchased reading glasses before? No problem! You can easily find your power by using our PowerFinder.

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Makeup Readers? What are those? //wp.readers.com/blog/makeup-readers-what-are-those/ //wp.readers.com/blog/makeup-readers-what-are-those/#respond Wed, 01 Feb 2017 20:39:06 +0000 //wp.readers.com/blog/?p=14107 Reading glasses serve many purposes. They are great for fine print, browsing the web, cooking new recipes, and completing daily tasks. However, when it comes to applying makeup, many women would say they rely on magnified vanity mirrors versus reading glasses. This is understandable since standard reading glasses can get in the way.  While vanity […]

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Reading glasses serve many purposes. They are great for fine print, browsing the web, cooking new recipes, and completing daily tasks. However, when it comes to applying makeup, many women would say they rely on magnified vanity mirrors versus reading glasses. This is understandable since standard reading glasses can get in the way.  While vanity mirrors are a great option for applying makeup at home, what about when you’re traveling or at the office? We suggest opting for a pair of makeup reading glasses. Yes, you read that right, glasses specifically designed for applying makeup!

 

How to use makeup readers

When shopping for makeup reading glasses you will come across a few different designs. A common design for a pair of makeup readers is a frame with a swiveling lens allowing you to see clearly while you apply your makeup. When using this design simply swivel the lens to the eye you are not working on while you apply makeup to the opposite eye.  Another design is a set of frames with flip-down lenses. This design allows you to flip down the lens that is in front of the eye you are working on so you can see perfectly out of the opposite eye until you are ready to switch eyes. Like traditional reading glasses, makeup readers are designed to fit your lifestyle and eliminate struggle. So as you begin your search for the perfect pair of makeup readers it is important to find frames that you are comfortable using.

 

Types of makeup readers

The Carrie Makeup Reader

The Carrie Makeup Reader The Carrie 2

The Carrie Makeup Reader is designed to allow you to use your reading magnification while simultaneously applying makeup in a mirror. Simply switch the swiveling lens when you need to do the other eye! The lens is fully magnified in powers up to +3.00.


The Magnolia Makeup Reader

Magnolia Makeup Reader  The Magnolia 2

To have perfect vision while applying makeup in the mirror check out The Magnolia Makeup ReaderThis lightweight reader has flip-down lenses so you can switch your application from each eye with ease. No mascara mistakes here!

Both The Carrie Makeup Reader and The Magnolia Makeup Reader will enhance your beauty routine in no time! You may even find yourself storing multiple pairs around your house, office, purse, and car. No judgement here! For expert tips on wearing makeup with glasses click here.

 

Determining your power

The standard reading distance is 12-18 inches. With this in mind you should consider how close you typically stand to the mirror when applying your makeup. The further away you stand from the mirror the lower your power should be, and the closer you stand to the mirror the higher your power should be. Never bought reading glasses before? No problem! You can easily find your power by using our PowerFinder.

 

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