New glasses help shortsighted woman apply make-up

Eye Prescription

Short-sighted women can stop squinting in front of the mirror when applying make-up thanks to a new pair of special glasses.

The contraption could put an end to smudged eyeliner, badly applied eyeshadow, and messy mascara for good.

The quirky invention, dubbed the Make-Up Glasses, look the same as a pair of normal spectacles except they have only one lens which can be flipped from the right to the left eye allowing the wearer to apply make-up to the lens free eye. 

When applying cosmetics to one eye, a user can easily peer through the lens covering the other eye, enabling them to do their make-up with ease.

Once finished, the entire lens will flip onto the other side of the frames thanks to a special hinge and will work on the second eye.

The glasses come in a reading strength of plus 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 3,50, 4.00, 4.50.