I generally advise patients not wear make-up for the first two weeks after surgery. When you resume applying make-up, avoid heavy, dark brands as the incisions and scars may collect the pigment. However, it's best to ask your surgeon because they might have different advice.
at this point it is safe to use cover up on your scars. The risk is getting makeup and having a tattoo like reaction in the scar. However, at this point, the incisions should be closed.
Wearing make up should not be a problem. You need to do a little experimenting with the changed eyelid shape to determine the most effective means of applying your make up. The scar seem very good and your skin is very fair. This generally suggests that your scars are likely to be very inconspicuous once you are fully healed.
I'm speaking on behalf of my own patients but I don't see any problem using makeup two weeks after eyelid surgery. Nevertheless, you need to clear this with your own plastic surgeon.
Your photos show that you are healing nicely. It can take weeks to months for the scars to fade and mature. Covering them with makeup will not slow the healing. You appear to have an excellent result. Best wishes!
should be tolerated but it should also be make-up that is easy to apply and remove and won't take much rubbing to remove. And since you're in the acute post-op phase, this is something you should always clear with your surgeon since your surgeon will be dealing with any issues that may arise for your applying make-up. By the way, your scar should heal great!