For your natural lashes to look like falsies (that is; to look like artificial lashes), there are tricks and rules to follow in order to achieve that.
Because we always have your back, we are always looking out for ways to make your fashion journey easier, we have brought you 3 ways to make your natural lashes look like flashes.
There is something about false lashes that gives the wearer a certain vibe that is, most times, not easily achieved by natural lashes.
When it comes to mascara, the technique is just as important as tools. To make your wand magic, try these 3 tricks from experts around the world and get set for the ultimate full natural flutter.
There’s a reason why stars wear false lashes for on-camera appearances and red-carpet moments: they make you look seriously glam. But they’re also a pain to apply and feel like giant spiders stuck to your face. Luckily, you can use mascara to mimic the dramatic falsies with these three
simple steps, depending on how tight your mascara application game is.
1. Invest in a good lash curler, but curl after applying mascara. The product lends grip and holds, helping to set the curl in place and maximizing the eye-opening effects.
2. Starting a new tube of mascara? Leave it open for one minute
before swiping. This dries out the mascara slightly so that it adheres better to lashes.
3. Use an angled liner brush to paint a bit of mascara onto the tops of your lashes. Coating them from every angle adds mega drama, especially if you choose a very dark hue.
It is also important that you apply a lash primer for a longer-lasting lash. This preconditioning formula makes any mascara last longer, conditions lashes to prevent flaking or smudging volumizes, and lengthens lashes before you apply your mascara or touchup lashes throughout the day, aping up your look for an optimum pay-off.