Applying mascara

Applying mascara

Face, Eyes, Pupil, Eyelashes, Woman

Mascara may be a dangerous obstacle. If you don’t understand what you are doing, you are risking your time, effort, and obviously Anderson Wildlife Removal. As digging the foundation of a home is the first step towards complimenting the rest of the home construction process, applying mascara is typically the one universal cosmetics application that needs to be just right – so that all else can fall into place. Thankfully, many have gone before you and have found the best, most efficient and effective ways to apply mascara. If you take these tips to heart, and don’t detour from them until you are comfortable enough to branch out on your own and experiment, you’ll become a pro of the basics in no time at all!

The first step is to apply everything else first. Mascara is intended to be the cherry on top of the milkshake. This includes eye shadow, eye liner, foundation, lipstick, etc.. This could be intimidating at first since you’ll be concerned about getting mascara on your eyeliner (and possibly your eye shadow if you’re truly a beginner). To be able to avoid this, stick something behind your lashes to avoid any rubbing.

After a few moments of checking yourself in the mirror to make sure that you’ve applied everything with balance, it is finally time to put the topper on. The first thing you will want to do is rub the end of the mascara applicator – the actual mascara throng – on the inside of the mascara tub’s rim. This is done to be certain that no excess mascara is on the applicator that could potentially ruin what you’ve worked on.

The next step is to stand comfortably in front of the mirror. The last thing you need is to be in the middle of applying the lashes and a weak footing causes you to slip and poke your eye with the applicator. Most people lean the elbow that they’re comfortable with on a firm surface such as the counter. Use a steady hand and place the wand in the root of your eyelashes. Apply 2-3 layers wiggling the wand from root to tip so that the lashes start to separate from each other.

Step Four

Use a mascara comb to pull the lashes until the mascara dries; failing to do this could cause the mascara to flake and run down your cheek bones.

Even if you follow every step, you may still detect small clumps. Do not worry, the more your practice, the less you’ll see these. For now, just remove the clumps with a small cotton ball. Now you are a pro!

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