Say goodbye to lashes that clump together, grab a teaspoon and place some coconut oil on the bathroom shelf … the world’s 6 best mascara-tips are served
Finally say goodbye to clumps. The perfect mascara requires two layers. The first layer works as a primer, here you have the option to use a lash primer or your regular mascara. The second layer ensures long and luscious lashes. Use waterproof mascara for this layer if you want more longevity. It’s important that you wait for a few minutes before applying the second layer. The first layer has to be completely dry, if you want to avoid clumps.
The tip for luscious lashes. If you want to give your lashes more volume, then brush them with loose powder, before applying your mascara. The powder will settle around each individual lash, lifting them and giving them a fuller look when you have applied your mascara.
Mascara = eyeliner. Are you out of gel eyeliner? Do not despair. You can use your mascara instead. Grab a flat makeup brush and run it over your mascara brush – then apply the mascara as eyeliner. Voila!
As smooth as coconut oil. With coconut oil you can easily and gently remove your mascara while simultaneously nurturing your lashes and the sensitive skin around your eyes. Dab coconut oil on your lashes and then remove with a moist cotton pad. You can read more about coconut oil at hjemme-spa-dk.
Need a spoonful of help? Do you have trouble applying mascara to your bottom lashes without getting it on your skin? Try holding a teaspoon below your eye while you apply your mascara. This avoids you getting Dalmatian spots if you miss the mark a little.
Give your mascara a bath. The rule of thumb is that the longevity for mascara is two-four months. If your mascara begins to dry out and clump before then, you can place it in a cup of warm water for about 10 minutes. After this it should become easier to work with.