When it comes to mascara, many girls love and hate. What I love is the effect of enlarging her eyes, what I hate is the faint makeup that comes with it, the problem of fly legs...
There are good eyelashes brushed by a few girlfriends around me. Every time I meet on a date, the eyelashes fluttering in the blink of an eye are always very sultry. They said that they can not draw eyeliner or eye shadow when they go out, but they must not draw eyelashes! Indeed, in the state of plain makeup, if the eyelashes are curved and rooted, it looks like the whole person is energetic, and the eyes can be at least doubled!
Let’s talk to you about some tips for applying mascara:
1. Heat the mascara
I saw a little trick on the Internet some time ago, which is about using a lighter to heat the cotton swab, and then curl the eyelashes. This method I saw feels scary. People who don't even dare to turn on the lighter at ordinary times will definitely not be able to hold a flame to burn a cotton swab! This method of blowing the eyelash curler with a hair dryer is easier to operate.
Heating for 5-10 seconds is enough to prevent the eyelash curler from getting too hot. If you feel it is not hot, you can blow for a few more seconds. It all depends on whether the wind blown by your hair dryer is hot enough. To
If you don't have a hair dryer, you can also soak the eyelash curler in hot water to achieve a similar effect. Then start from the root and curl the eyelashes in three sections. Remember to lift the eyelash curler when curling it so that the eyelashes will bend.
2. Rub off excess paste
After curling the eyelashes, it's time to use mascara~~ Newly opened mascara, there is always a black lump on the brush every time you use it. Be sure to wipe off the excess paste on the brush head before brushing the eyelashes! Many girls are used to rubbing off the cream from the mouth of the mascara tube. I did this before, but the effect is still not satisfactory. There will still be too much smearing, and then agglomerate.
Later, he watched a video dedicated to explaining the usage of mascara, and he mentioned one thing: “The amount of mascara applied to the brush should be as little as almost nothing each time, and a small amount of multiple layers of mascara can be applied to achieve the best results.” In the video, he said yes. Rub off most of the paste with a paper towel or the back of your hand. But I think this method is too wasteful.
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