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Applying a coat of mascara instantly gives even small, narrow eyes that wide-eyed look so beloved of models and movie stars.
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How to Apply Mascara
On behalf of TVLesson.com my name is Miriam Behar. I’m a licensed aesthetician, makeup artist and certified lash stylist in South Florida.
In this clip, I'm going to show you how to apply mascara. This is one of the most popular cosmetic products because it instantly gives you color on your lashes or darkness, depths, length, volume, pretty much anything that any one wants for her lashes. So, you want to go ahead and open your eyes slightly. Some people choose to pull up the skin above their eyes if they have more of a hooded eye. And then just apply it with the attached wand to your own lashes.
And if you have any clumps, you can always go back and separate them with a lash comb. And you can see that they're darker and more separated now and I'm going to move to the other eye, just a second here. And you just want to move from the base to the tips. If you want a little bit more volume, then you can always move it into side to side motion like that. And that gets the mascara on the sides of your lashes as well.
Now, if that happens where you get a little dot of color you just take the base of the Q-tip, just put it on the dot and just turn it like that and it takes it right off. So, you’ll have a nice clean eye area. So, you're going to see how my lashes are a lot darker and longer and thicker. And that’s how to apply mascara.
On behalf of TVLesson.com this is Miriam Behar. Thanks for watching.