Looking for tips for applying mascara? First off, you want to make sure that you pick the right mascara for your needs. With such a variety of different types of mascara, it’s critical to pick the particular type of mascara that will fit your event best. Many professional makeup artists will propose average, ordinary mascara for the day time and volumizing mascara for your nights out on the town. The difference is because of the lighting that you will see at different times of day. Using thicker, more volumizing mascara at night will guarantee that your eye lashes still stand out, even in the dim lighting you will see at clubs and restaurants.
The next thing that you want to do is make sure that you pick the right color for your particular needs. If you have red or blonde eyelashes, pick a lighter shade of brown and a darker shade for evening time. In the event that you have lighter colored eye lashes, use a lighter shade of brown or even black during the day, and a darker shade of black for the evening.
Now that we’ve figured out what type of mascara that you should be wearing, now it’s time for us to actually talk about how to apply the mascara. Before you put on the mascara, be sure to apply the majority of your other eye makeup, and then curl your eye lashes a bit in order to get a bit more volume for your lashes. Many professional makeup artists will recommend that you use padded curlers, instead of just metal ones, because the results are a lot better and they are a lot gentler on your lashes.
When you go to apply the mascara, you want to be gentle with your lashes as well. Pull out the brush in one motion; don’t push it back in or you can end up getting air bubbles stuck in there, which will cause your mascara to dry out much more quickly. It can likewise permit bacteria to get inside of it, which can cause you to get an eye infection. Verify both the brush and the edge of the tube are clean, as well, or you won’t get a smooth application and you’ll end up with clumps.
Place the brush on the underside of your upper eyelashes. Gradually move it upwards towards the tip in back and forth motions. Use the brush gently and pull forward, pushing upward as you go out so that you can keep the curl intact, thus making your eye lashes look a little longer. Be sure not to blink for a couple of seconds, at least until it is dry. Apply a second layer for more volume, and if you need to, consider adding a third layer (not everyone will need a third layer).