We all know that a mascara makes our eyes more amazing and transform our face. But most of us don’t know the proper way to apply a mascara. The most important thing to remember is finding the perfect mascara that goes well with you and how to apply them properly.
Read on and find out the proper way to apply a mascara, how to pick the right one for you and some amazing tips to remember.
How to Properly Apply Mascara
Follow this 3-step process:
Place the mascara neat the roots not the ips to give the illussion og length.
When pulling the wand to the lashes, you have to wiggle it to separate the lashes.
To remove clumps, closed your eyes and place the mascara wand on the top of the lashes at the base then pull through.
How to Pick the Best Mascara for You
In picking a mascara, consider what you want such as for thickening, lengthening, non-clumping or waterproof.
Here are the 5 tips:
There are proper ways to apply a mascara for each specific eye shape. Read below to find out!
In monolid eyee, you have to make the lashes long. Use have to use a lengthening mascara on both coats.
2. Close Set Eyes
For close set eyes, you should emphasize the outer corners of the eye to nake them appear wider. Apply the first coating after curling. For the second coat, focus on the lashes from the center to the outside corner of the eyelids. Then wiggle the mascara wand back and forth at the roots to make them darker at the roots than the rest of the eye. You can also add a few individual lashes if you want it to be more pronounced. You can use a magnifying mirror to fill in any void.
3. Wide Set Eyes
For coating use a thin and precise wand. To coat the lashes around the inner corner to the middle of the lid, use a large wand mascar. This is to create the appearance that the eyes are closer togehter. If it gets clumpy, just use a lash comb to seprate it.
4. Small Eyes
To make it round and larger, apply just one coat on the entire lashes. Then for the second coat, you should focus on the center to make your eyes appear bigger. Remember to use a thin wand mascara to avoid clumping and for better precision.
5. All Eye Shapes
For any eye shape you have to start with an eyelash curler first to open up the eye and then the mascara. This goes hand-in hand.