Good Morning Awesome Pouting Beauties…
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Ever wonder why your mascaras come with different types of lashes? Wonder what it meant? Well, I did and the answers came to me on the website www.mascaras.com.au. Personally, I’m a huge fan of Rimmel Sexy Curves, which has a rubber brush, because I can’t stand mascara clumps or smudges! So, are you like me in that way? Check out the different mascara brush types you get below and let me know…
- Curved Mascara Brush Types – cause the lash to curl and lift. Proper application is done by moving the brush with the mascara from the outer lash to the inner lash, while sweeping the curved brush slowly from the root to the tip of the lashes. The curved mascara brush types strive for smudge-proof lashes that are visually stunning.
- Lash Comb Mascara Brush Types – cause a defined separation for your lashes that look thick at the base and have sun-like rays toward the end. Using the lash comb types of mascara brushes, comb your lashes from root to tip. By doing this, a very daring and open-eyed lash curl is then achieved through these types of mascara brushes.
- Mascara Brush Types with Rubber Bristles- aim to layer individual lashes evenly, even the areas of your eyes that are hard to reach by normal brush types of mascaras. The rubber bristles create eyelashes that look as if each one is uniformly separated from the other without having clumps, smudges or smears. When using mascara brush types with rubber bristles, the coat should be applied only once, from root to tip.
- Flexible Mascara Brush Types – allow the brush to move freely and reach the root of the lashes deeper than conventional mascara brush types.
Oh and just as a side tip – change your mascara every 3 months and don’t poke your eye with your brush as some of the worst eye infections come from mascara brushes!
Happy Thursday Lovelies!
Peace and Love xoxox