Perfect Lashes & My Top 3 Mascaras
I have so many mascaras but I do tend to stick to ones I know are great. When you're working on celebs you can't risk any fallout or smudging so they have to be the best.
My favourite go to's are....
I use this on top on my other mascaras almost as a sealant when we are in hot and humid climates or there's a potential for tears! You know, weddings, celebrations etc. You have to be prepared with the waterproofs!
I really like this as a good all rounder. It suits a natural look and dries really well. It works best for me painted on with my spike brush or on the lower lashes because it's lightweight and never budges and the brush is teeny.
If you haven't painted lashes before then you haven't experienced a truly natural lash. Dip the tip into your mascara wand, take off the excess and paint from root upwards. This is great for editorial makeup or also male grooming.
This has been my favourite for years. I always choose it out of my mascara bag over any other. It builds a tube around each lash to give length but it also gives volume. The brush is good for doing a light coat or building the lashes too. It is perfect for everyone and doesn't come off until you actually remove it. That to me is a sign of a great mascara.
My Top tip!
Apply your mascara from the root to tip, combing the lashes in a fan shape. Keep combing whilst the mascara is still wet for the perfect feathery finish.
When you have a mascara that doesn't budge you need a good remover.
The B. Stubborn makeup remover is my choice because it's cheaper than others I've had in my kit but works equally as well.
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