Marg Produe
Registered On: March 16, 2022
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Hi Rachel, I understand completely.  I’m blind as a bat without my glasses and I also have arthritis in my hands so make up does present a problem for me. I use Graftobian cake eyeliner that I put on with the brush. It’s much easier for me to control and I also use a magnifying mirror. I usually have to take my glasses off  but I also have an old pair of glasses that I’ve cut in half at the bridge so that I can put one half on and still see out of the free space over the other. Cake eyeliner almost looks like a water paint tab.  You just put a drop of water on it and mix it around until you get the consistency you want.  I use a skinny paint brush and rest my hand directly on my cheek for support.  I use also the same process for mascara and false eyelashes.  Like everyone else says just keep practicing.  After about 10 times things will go much smoother.  I also use a lip liner pencil to draw in where I think my lipstick shouldn’t.  It helps me a whole lot if I figured out where my lines need to end up.  I use Neutrogena makeup removing pads at the end of the night to clean things up before bed.  They seem to work very well for me.  I Hope that helps you.  Marg

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