Facts of mascara you must know: choose right mascara for your lashes

Mascara is a cosmetic which is used to darken or lengthen your eyelashes. Use of mascara enhances the beauty of your eyes. It comes in a market in the form of liquid in tubes and applied on lashes with the help of a brush.

Ingredients of mascara:

  • Mascara is made up of :
  • Carbon black
  • Pigments
  • Oil emulsions 
  • Waxes
  • Stearic acid 
  • Water
  • Iron peroxide (it is just present in just brown mascara)

Remember these things while choosing mascara brush:

  • Long, comb-like mascara brushes are used to lengthen your eyelashes.
  • Curled mascara brushes are used to curl your eyelashes.
  • Rubber brushes are used for natural eyelashes.
  • Short brushes are used for short eyelashes.
  • Round brushes are used for space eyelashes.

How to apply mascara:
  1. Always use the right color mascara for your eyes. Then clean your eyes. Open the mascara . Rub the mascara brush to its rim. Don’t use the heavy amount of mascara.
  2. Now close your eyes and starts applying mascara on your lashes. Keep in mind that application of mascara must start from roots to the upper lash line.
  3. Now do the same method for lower lashes.
  4. Now use the lash comb to separate the lashes.
  5. Use makeup removers like baby oil etc to remove smudges.

Facts about mascara:
  • Mascara is a short lifetime cosmetic product. It becomes expire within three months of usage. It dries in between three months. If it dries it becomes useless. Don’t use it, throw it away. Don’t use any liquid to moisture it.
  • If you use expire mascara you are inviting eye infection. It may cause thinning of eyelashes and may cause eye irritation.

Use of fake eyelashes:
                                     Fake eyelashes help to beautify eyes but at the same time, it harms your natural lashes or eyes because these extensions are made up of synthetic fiber. The adhesive solution is used to put or pull these fake eyelashes which may cause corneal infection, eyelash loss, or eyelid swelling. 

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