Eye patches are often used to cover and protect the eyes after surgery or other procedures. They can also be used to treat lazy eye or strabismus, and sometimes to prevent abrasions and swelling after cataract surgery.
If your doctor prescribes an eye patch, you should follow the instructions. It is important to make sure the patch is on correctly and covers the whole eye. You can also choose a comfortable patch that will fit snugly around your eye.
Your doctor may give you a cloth patch or an adhesive patch that is placed over your glasses lens. You can find these kinds of patches in many shops and online.
There are a few ways you can style an eye patch that will elevate your look. For starters, a dark eye shadow can add some dimension to your makeup. To create a smoky eye, apply a shade one to two shades darker than your all-over color.
Then, use a blending brush to create a soft, smooth transition between the eyeshadow and your eyeliner. You can apply the color directly on your lower lash line or on the outer half of your upper lashes, depending on your preferences.
Then, if you want to spice up your look, consider adding a crease color that is one to two shades lighter than your all-over shade. This will give you an added layer of drama, and it will allow the smoky shadow to blend seamlessly into your eyeliner and all-over color.