Pro Makeup Tip – One thing I like to recommend when using our organic mascara is to always take the time to patiently coat the lash from root to tip. Repeat until you get the volume & length that’s just right for you. Also, before applying mascara, use an eyelash curler to lift and lengthen lashes. This will allow your mascara to lift and open up the eyes.
To apply your mascara, look up, place the wand at the base of your upper lashes, and glide it up and down coating the base of your lashes. Then pull the wand upward towards the tip of your eyelashes, making sure you’re coating every part of your lashes as you pull through, move slowly to avoid clumping. Apply additional coats of mascara until you get the thickness and look you want, taking care not to let the product dry in between coats (this can make your eyelashes brittle).
The organic ingredients in this mascara act as nutrients for your lashes to give them a healthier, fuller length and look. If you have any questions you can reach me at the email below. I’ll be more than happy to help you with your makeup needs. I always like to think of mascara as the finishing touch to any makeup routine. It should be the finishing touch after eyeshadow, eyeliner, and any other eye makeup to completes your look. I always ask my clients these important questions: Are you looking for volume, length, curl or all of the above? Whatever it is you’re looking for our formula has you covered.
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When it comes to your bottom lashes, you’ll want to be extra careful not to use too much product, because clumping can happen fast. Since your bottom lashes are generally more thin and delicate than your upper eyelashes, any clumpy sections will be apparent. To avoid this, use the tip of the wand and apply your mascara just at the roots of the lashes, gliding the bristles back and forth for an even coat. Expert tip – if you have under eye darkness, skip mascara on your bottom lashes altogether. It may be hard to get accustomed to at first, but it adds brightness to the eye.
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