Mascara is one product that can instantly change how your eyes look, but are you getting the most out of it? Here are 10 "hacks" to help you get your best lashes ever.
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Cool video and love Kirbie, but 2 things: I ain't giving up my waterproof mascara don't care how much faster it dries out, and no amount of curling mascara can replace an eyelash curler, IMO, especially when you do the upside down flip trick with it.
Anyways, loved all the other hacks in the vid.
For a while, I used normal mascara instead of waterproof ones so that I would be able to remove it easily BUT on the way to school one day, I was caught in the rain and it was such an ugly sight :D I looked like I was in some goth emo moment with black water droplets dripping from my eyes. Luckily I could clean it up before going to class. Thus, I concluded it's fine I'll just stick with waterproof mascara.
I actually prefer waterproof masacara. I don't care if they dry out faster because washable mascara ALWAYS uncurls my naturally straight lashes. I use the maybelline great lash mascara in black and waterproof and it's only like $5 at target :) #bestmascaraever
+Sophia Steigerwald We hear ya! There may be a lot of product left, but the mascara can become unsanitary to use for extended periods and can lead to eye infections. Eeek!
TIP: Buy a bargain mascara from the drugstore, so you don't feel guilty re-purchasing every 2-3 months.
You're not the only one! I love clumpy lashes. They're so British, or "fit," as the Lou Teasdale calls them. :) I usually have to stay a little conservative with my mascara but on weekends I like to clump it up!
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