Mascara application tips?


Anonymous
on Aug 05, 2014 @ 01:55 am

Just wanna see everyone's different techniques!
 


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rfortin1708
A different use for the lashes curler hairdryer on Aug 05, 2014 @ 05:08 am

My lashes are basically non-existant and it is really hard for me to find a good mascara because they just don't want to be pretty, so I developped tricks with time.

Ok so the first technique is to just take your curler and put it so your lashes are between (not so complicated) and your put the top of the curler on your lashes line. After, you put your lashes up with your finger and squeeze the curler hard! It makes miracles.

The second is after putting a coat of mascara, just put the hairdryer at cold and put it under it. They will go up and stick there. Just applies another coat right after, etc.
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Cheapmama
Reply on Aug 05, 2014 @ 02:45 pm

Apply the out a light coat of baby powder then apply again it make the look fuller and longer
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lcl117
my tip on Aug 05, 2014 @ 03:30 pm

I have a few.

First, I comb them out with a old clean mascara wand.
Then I curl them, either with a metal curler or I heat a spoon up and look down while pressing it up against my lashes. DO NOT try this unless you trust yourself because it hurts soo bad if you get your skin.
I take my mascara and wipe the excess away then i apply at the base and wiggle all the way up.
I find as long as I wipe away the excess, I can get a few coats and I get wonderful lashes everytime. I use a few different mascaras and different brush types.

Its all about experimenting with your lash type. I have long, but thin lashes
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Tatdewar
Wiggle on Aug 05, 2014 @ 07:14 pm

Wiggle the wand side to side to prevent clumping. Use a smaller mascara brush for the bottom lashes. I don't use the thick end of the brush on the bottom lashes. Pull the brush in the direction to want your lashes to go- blot the tip of the brush off and use it to pull out the top corner lashes.
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puglove
Mascara Tips on Aug 05, 2014 @ 11:58 pm

I do my makeup first and save my mascara until the end, I like to make sure that I get my top eyeliner as close to the lashline as possible to make the lashes look fuller. I curl my lashes first, with a few pumps of the curler at the base, and work my way up the lash. I then use a mascara with a fine brush to cover all of my lashes from root to tip, followed by a mascara with a larger wand to bulk up my lashes and make them look huge. I like to use a mascara with a fine brush first to make sure my lashes are separated from each other, this prevents clumping when I apply a second coat of a different mascara. I *always* use two mascaras, when done right it makes your eyelashes look huge, but not spider-like and gross :)
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izzy.pop1128
Mascara Tips on Aug 08, 2014 @ 07:55 pm

I always curl with a metal lash curler first. Then, I make sure my wand is not too heavily coated with product (that causes clumps) by wiping it off on a tissue or index card. I find that card/paper works better since tissue leaves residue on the wand). Then, I start at the base and wiggle my wand side to side through my lashes, ensuring that I coat every little lash. Sometimes I'll layer a second mascara (it's great if you use one targeted for length and another targeted for volume) if I want more impact. If there are clumps at the end, I use an old (clean) mascara brush to comb through and separate.
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