Mascara Tips For Longer, Natural Looking Lashes


Even though it may appear easy, how you apply your mascara tips may have a significant impact. It's possible that the clumps and smudges you're experiencing aren't the results of the mascara you're using but rather the technique you're applying. I've got a few tricks up my sleeve that may assist you in getting the most out of your mascara, so let me share them with you!


1. Apply after any eyeshadow or eye product.

It is recommended to use liquid mascara as the last step, following all other eye products. Why? Because attempting to apply eyeshadow after you have just applied mascara might cause your lashes to get tangled and messed up. It has the potential to shift them around, causing them to clump together or smear as a result. So certainly do your mascara tips last!

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2. Start with the curl!

Before applying any mascara tips, you should curl your eyelashes using an eyelash curler after applying any eye makeup. When you curl your lashes after applying water proof mascara, it might cause them to clump together and smudge the mascara. The most effective method for curling one's eyelashes is first to glance down and then slowly and carefully squeeze the curler over all of one's lashes. Maintain this position for ten seconds, switch sides, and do it again. If you want your curls to be even more defined, consider heating your curling iron with a blow dryer before you use it. Before using it, check to see that it has not yet reached an unsafe temperature.


3. Ensure that your brush is not pumped into the tube. 

Do not pump the brush in and out of the tube as you prepare to apply your Lash Mascara. Instead, use the mascara as directed. It causes the mascara to dry out over time. Instead, you should move the brush in a circular motion around the inside of the tube before removing it.



4. Clean the brush to remove any excess mascara. 

After the substance has been loaded onto the brush, you must remove any excess from the point of the brush by wiping it. When I need to do that, I often use the lip of the mascara tube.


5. While you are applying the first couple of coats, look down. 

Looking down at your eyes while applying mascara tips is the most effective method. This will make it less likely that the product will get on your lids, and it will also make the process simpler.


6. Move the brush back and forth between your hands. 

My most helpful advice for preventing clumps in your mascara application is to move your brush back and forth very little as you apply the product. When you use it, you are essentially tugging upwards and to the side, as you move your hands. Repeat this motion a few times to ensure that all of your eyelashes are covered with mascara tips.


7. Use the tip of the brush to pick up any stray lashes you may have missed.

Look up and use the tip of the brush for those lashes that are sparser and could use a little extra product. While holding the brush in a vertical position, apply a light coat of mascara to your outer and inner lashes, paying particular attention to the outer lashes closer to your eyes.

8. Use cotton swab for any mistake

It's a bummer when you spend so much time applying makeup, only to discover that some of it have smeared into your lashes or beneath your eyes before leaving home. Therefore, before I go, I will grab a cotton swab and some petroleum jelly, and if there is any mascara tips that has been lost, I will wipe it away with the cotton swab. It works so wonderfully.

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