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The Correct Way To Apply Mascara - Mascara Application Tips

Updated on March 25, 2013

The long, thick and arched eyelashes are usually the most attractive.

Today there are mascaras specially designed to improve the look of the eyelashes, even for those women who have short and sparse eyelashes.

When you know the correct way to apply mascara, you can make the eyelashes look thicker and longer.

Long, thick and curly eyelashes makes your eyes look bigger. The mascara of black intense color look better in dark-haired women.

To improve the appearance of the eyelashes is the final touch of the makeup. Before applying mascara is convenient to curl the eyelashes, for this you can use an eyelash curler.

The Correct Way To Apply Mascara
The Correct Way To Apply Mascara

The eyelashes with an upward arc make the eyes look more beautiful and expressive.

The correct way to apply mascara

  • It is applied in the upper eyelashes, keeping the chin up and looking down

  • To makeup the lower eyelashes, you should lower the chin and look up

  • Once the first layer has dried, you can give a second layer

  • When the mascara has dried, separate the eyelashes with a brush

Mascara Application

  • Apply the mascara at the end of makeup.
  • Remove the excess of product of the applicator on a paper tissue
  • The mascara is applied from the root to the tip of the eyelashes following the arch and without stretching them
  • For the upper eyelashes place the applicator horizontally. Begin at the base and slowly comb to separate the eyelashes. Allow it to dry and apply another layer if you want
  • For the lower eyelashes place the applicator vertically, apply a little bit of mascara with the applicator tip
  • Clean the eyes every night so that the eyelashes can breathe

Tip: The black and brown tones are the more natural ones. The bright colors are used to achieve more attractive effects and they are suggested for the night.

CoverGirl Mascara

Volume and length mascara together in one step. It did not streak or smudge.

The brush has short bristles packed closely together and they do a nice job on distributing and separating the lashes.

Revlon Mascara

It lengthens, thickens and curls the eyelashes

The oversized lash-extending brush grabs every lash and separates them beautifully. Sticks well to the lashes, but does not clump.

You can sleep without removing it, and get up the next morning with perfect eyelashes.

Maybelline Mascara

It has a great volume and it does not clump.

You can swipe over the eyelash twice to give them length and a bit of curl. Even if not using the vibrating feature, you get very good results.

One coat is enough for a perfect finish.

How To Apply Makeup

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