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The Ultimate Guide on How to Apply a Mascara

You don’t have to be a skilled makeup artist to achieve jaw-dropping eyes. With the aid of your trusty old mascara wand, you can get that va-va-voom look on your own.

After all, there’s a reason mascara is a beauty staple–a few swipes can completely change your image. And with so many wonderful formulae and methods to apply, the possibilities are limitless.

When applying your mascara, the first step is to get your brush wet with enough product. Don’t dip the meeting twice, as that will let air dry it out. Alternatively, you can remove excess mascara from the tissue before applying it. You also don’t want to lift your lashes, as that can cause eye infections from bacteria in your skin and lashes.

Using a disposable mascara wand

Using a disposable mascara wand can give you voluminous lashes without the need for clumping. The small bristles of the rod will also help you brush off excess mascara | These wands can also be used for false eyelashes, as the glue on end will adhere the fake lashes firmly to your lids. As with any beauty product, it’s essential to wash your hands after using it and keep the wand sanitary.

If applying your mascara daily, you should keep your makeup wand clean. A rod that has been washed with makeup remover should be used to remove any excess product. Make sure not to pump the wand back into the mascara bottle; this can introduce unwanted air into the tube, which can cause a spidery lash effect. Instead, gently twist the wand back and forth so that the product comes out of the bottom of the tube and not the tip.

Avoiding eye infections from bacteria on your skin and lashes

Using proper sanitation techniques when applying mascara will help you avoid  infections in your eye. Bacteria on your skin and lashes can cause an infection in the eye. Conditions can affect either eye, causing redness, pain, or swelling. Antibiotic eye drops may be prescribed.

Makeup brushes used for applying eye makeup can be shared with others. You could get an infection by using the same makeup brush or lash curler that someone else used to apply their eye makeup. Keeping makeup brushes and wands clean is very important. You should also remove your makeup before bed to reduce your risk of infection. Make sure you always use a clean makeup brush when applying eye makeup.

Cleaning your lashes before applying mascara

Before applying mascara, it is essential to clean your lashes. Using a cotton ball or reusable cotton pad can help remove excess makeup and dirt from your lashes. To remove the old glue, you can use tweezers. You can also use a spoolie brush to clean the lashes if you have extensions. After cleaning your lashes, rinse them thoroughly. Then, using warm water, gently wipe away the makeup.

Once you’ve removed your mascara, clean your lashes before applying the new one. You can use a makeup remover wipe, but a cleaning brush is more effective. Also, makeup remover wipes have ingredients that can make your extensions fall off and cause residue.

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