I think that mascara itself won’t damage your lashes. I’ve been through almost every kind of drugstore mascara. They are a very lighting and look natural. I don’t apply mascara from the base of the lashes though. I used to until I started to realize that this is probably the reason weakened lashes and irritated eyes. Instead, I only apply to the tips of the lashes and this make the eyelashes look so beautiful.
It’s lengthening capabilities are far more rewarding that application from the base would. It is not only looks better but it feels better too. Not only that, but It makes clean up, so much less invasive than regular use of it.
If you need to curl your lashes, curl them with a clean non-heated curling wand. Don’t pull away from the face and don’t squeeze the life out of it. Just firmly press lashes while resting the wand lid areas to naturally align with the contour of the eyeball. Hold it like this for about 10 or 15 seconds and this should be just fine.
When applying mascara, you can hold the eyelashes with a spool, and then apply the eyelashes on the tip of the eyelashes as I said above. Continue to hold up the lashes with the spool stick until the mascara dries. This will ensure that the lift you’ve worked so hard to achieve won’t go limp from the weight of the wet mascara.
It depends on whether you have chosen the right mascara. A good mascara won’t hurt your eyelashes You should pay attention to the following aspects when purchasing mascara:
1. Eyelash creams safe and harmless to eye ministry, without excitant, if fall into the eye carelessly when using, cannot have prickly feeling
2. Eyelash creams due and measurable burnish, after using, make eyelash color is dark, have burnished, produce better hairdressing effect
3. The paste is even and delicate with moderate viscosity. It is easy to apply and brush. The adhesive is even
4. The eyelash cream after drying does not stick to the eyelid, is not afraid of sweat, tears, rain soaked.
Mascara like any other product also has an expiry date, due to the organic components present in them. Once they have deteriorated, they must be avoided because they can promote eye inflammation, and itchy eyes. Ones with petroleum components must also be used in caution as some may induce an allergic reaction to the skin.
Improper application can cause serious injury to the eye. If you twist, I do but not on a day-to-day basis, be very moderate, and never pull the curler away from your eyes until you have completely released the lashes. Make sure that your lash curler is clean and not full of the product as that will make it glutinous. For removal, never rub and be very gentle, use very gentle cleansers, preferably balms, or oils (the oils will condition your lashes as well), or gentle micellar waters.
I like to soak a pad in the micellar water, place it on my eyes for about 10 seconds and then gently wipe away. Then I go in with a balm cleanser to take everything else of. Change your mascara often, I never have one for more than 3 months, because bacteria can develop, and the drier the mascara the more difficult to apply.
I have used a variety of different brands from drugstores to high-end stores, and have never encountered the type of problem you want to describe, so if you have bald patches on your eyelashes, why not go to a doctor for a check? If it is not removed correctly, mascara may indeed damage the eyelashes, but only remove this step.
If you want to remove the mascara, you need to moisten half of the cotton pad in the eye makeup remover, and then leaved it in the eye area for about 30 seconds. The eye make up should come off easily. Then, I use a cotton swab dipped in some makeups remover to clean the water line and the eyelashes close to the skin. The initial cleansing may miss these eyelash areas. If you use a lash curler, do you curl your eyelashes after applying mascara?
This can cause lashes to break off. It is recommended that you curl your lashes before applying mascara. Also, the shelf life of mascara is six months. After that, it starts to dry out and won’t have the intended effect. Most people tend to ignore this.
Throw it away after six months. It might look ok, but remember you have exposed it to bacteria and air over six months. I’ve been using castor oil on my lashes at night with a clean spools (mascara wand). It does leave your underage area greasy, but it has made my lashes thicker. Like other beauty products, mascara will deteriorate over time (the expiration date/expiration date should be checked). Also, one can check the ingredients prior to used to protect oneself against allergic reactions or harmful base grade ingredients.
I generally avoid cheaper makeup products. If the mascara is not removed or completely removed after use, it may actually cause the eyelashes to fall off over time. Water-based mascara is easier to remove than oil-based mascara. Excessive bending of eyelashes can seriously increase the pressure on the roots, so, you should be careful when using them.
It must be ensured that the quality of the eyelash extension cord must be high and must be made by hand. Not only do you want to use a safe mascara for lash extensions, you must use a safe eye makeup remover when you want to remove mascara at night. Mascara will darken and add impact to the lower lashes, and can make the upper and lower eyelashes look balanced and even. Beware not to use waterproof mascara while this can sometimes be great for your own lashes, it can make your eyelash extensions brittle.
Not only do you want to use a safe mascara for lash extensions, you want to use a safe eye makeup remover when you take off your mascara at night.