Tuesday, May 21, 2013

The 10 Commandments of Mascara (Part 3)


After curling, apply lengthening mascara to the upper and lower lashes. Then, wiggle the brush of a volumizing mascara against the roots and pull it through. Finally, swish your wand windshield-wiper style across your corner lashes to beef them up. "These lashes give the eyes an elongated shape," says makeup artist Romy Soleimani.

                                                      8. TRY SPIDERY LASHES - THE RIGHT WAY    

Spider lashes are no longer a sign of bad taste, thanks to this full and fluttery technique. After curling, coat top and bottom lashes with a volumizing formula, before adding more mascara. Soleimani applied three coats of volumizing mascara and then revisited the ends with a ball-shaped brush "Hold the wand vertically and use a metronome motion to really get that spiky effect," she says.


When you're going for a spidery look, a little clumpage is one thing, but for everyday, sloppy, clumpy lashes won't fly. Tidy yours up by sweeping a clean spooley brush through clumps while the mascara is still wet.                                                              

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