Things to Remember When Using Mascara to Enhance Your Eyelashes

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Fake eyelashes is said to be one of the best and easiest ways to add volume and length to your eyelashes. However, the adhesives being used for these products are harsh, and can sometimes be bad for delicate eyelashes. This is the reason why a lot of women donít prefer this method, including the dream of having great and sexy looking eyelashes. This article will be showing you some methods that will help you add volume and length to your eyelashes without using harsh adhesives.

The first and most basic method is to use eyelash curler. This will help you curl your lashes more, so when you apply mascara, it will be more visible and provides a longer impression. Whenever you are using an eyelash curler, always remember not to clamp your lashes too tight because it can cut your lashes. Another thing that you need to remember is to curl your lashes before applying mascara, not after the application.

If you want to keep your lashes strong, always make sure that you remove your makeup every night before sleeping. Did you know that aside from making your lashes brittle and damaged, your skin grows 8 days older for every night that you donít remove your makeup? This means that if you were able to accumulate 365 nights of not removing your makeup, your face will look 8 years older.

If you are going to use mascara, you should also have an eye makeup remover because it will help you remove mascara on your eyelashes easily. This will prevent your lashes from being pulled while you are trying to remove the makeup.

These are some of the things that you need to remember if you are going to use mascara instead of fake eyelashes. Always remember that your eyelashes helps your eyes look more attractive, and you need to be very careful when making it look more beautiful and sexier.

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