Monday, 9 May 2016

Jesi Max

How to put on flared, volumized lashes with zero mess

For Filipinas who love their makeup and who can’t live without their mascaras, there can only be one deal breaker when it comes to their relationship with their best eye makeup tool: messy clumps on their lashes.


Lengthening and curling the lashes can make your eyes pop and look alive and bright. However, most girl often don't achieve volumized, full flared lashes with zero clumps because they are doing it the wrong way or using the wrong product.

To help you get the best out of those beautiful lashes, here are some tricks you must know.

    Make sure you deliberately apply mascara by wiggling the brush - bottom first, swish right then left.
    Pull your lid up to put mascara on the base of your lashes.
    Hold the brush at a horizontal angle if you want thick lashes or turn it vertically for a more natural finish.
    De-clump your mascara by combing through your lashes with a clean toothbrush.
    When wands get old and clumpy, dip it in hot water.
    Between the first and second coats of mascara, dust baby powder over your eyelashes to plump up your lashes.

Perfect for creating the freshest and most blooming summer eye looks – say goodbye to clumps, flakes, and smudges and meet the newest mascara favorite in town.

Achieve lashes in full bloom this summer season with newest eye makeup sensation to hit the Philippines – Lash Sensational mascara.

Unlike other regular mascaras in the market, it has a unique fanning brush innovated with 10 layers of bristles, giving you a clean and flared volume effect – one that will still leave your lashes looking sleek and natural after application.

Jesi Max

About Jesi Max -

A writer and entrepreneur who works on the marketing and strategy side of fashion. In particular, her writing and professional work focuses on the art of narrative marketing and branding as it applies to fashion and luxury. She also is the author of TheStyleClash.com, a new blog that looks at fashion from an intellectual perspective.

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