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passionatexxxvampire asked:

16 Feb 2009

thicker/longer eyelashes?




stargirl says:

Posted on 16 Feb 2009

To strengthen lashes, put Vaseline on them at night. In the morning, wash it off and apply mascara. Once they become stronger they should grow longer and thicker.


stargirl says:

Posted on 16 Feb 2009

I also looked it up and I came across this site that gave ten tips to help acheive the look of longer thicker lashes in the meantime.

1. Layer clear & regular mascara

If you want your lashes to look thicker, use a clear mascara as a “base” the way you put a primer to your skin before foundation or a clear basecoat before nail polish. Then put on your regular mascara: the clear mascara will create a thicker base for mascara to stick to.

2. Try a different color

Instead of choosing always the same black, try brightening up your eyes with a deep navy mascara. Dark blue will make the white of your eyes look whiter, and it will emphasize the natural color of your eyes. With your eyes popping out like that, no one will notice if your lashes aren’t super long.

3. “Comb” your lashes as you put mascara on

You must know by now that we like the Savvylash comb a lot. It will turn your regular, clumpy mascara into a perfectly defining one. While lashes are still wet, carefully comb through the lashes to separate them into beautifully defined ones. No more need for expensive revolutionary-wanded mascaras.

4. Some wands work better than others

From our experience, thin mascara brushes are better compared to big, fatty ones. A thinner brush allows you to reach into the corner of your eyes and coat each and every lash - thus making it look like you have tons of lashes. In other words, thin wands give you and your eyelashes more control.

5. Remove excess mascara from the wand

Especially when you have a new mascara, smudging happens. To avoid that, pat your mascara wand lightly on a paper towel before putting it on. The paper will absorb big clumps of mascara and the application will be risk-free.

6. Set in place

Instead of using potentially dangerous lash curlers, an easy way to curl your lashes is to hold the mascara wand in place at the roots of your lashes for several seconds, then glide on. Repeat this until you see that the lashes get a nice upward curve.

7. Layer the right away

Some women put mascara on, then go back to it several minutes later with disastrous results. Don’t wait too long before applying a second coat of mascara: if you do, the wet layer will create clumps when it meets the dry layer.

8. Always wash up

To ensure you have healthy lashes, be sure to wash off your mascara each night with an appropriate eye makeup removal product. If you sleep with mascara on, not only will it smear during the night and stain your 300-thread-count pillowcases, it will also weaken your lashes and break them.

9. Replace regularly

You might not think about it, but mascara is a breeding ground for nasty germs. Avoid problems to such a delicate area as your eyes by replacing your favorite mascara every three months at max.

10. “Skincare” for the lashes

At night, after removing makeup and washing your face, put some aloe gel on your fingertips and carefully coat your eyelashes with it. Don’t put too much or it will end up in your eyes, irritating them. Aloe vera gel will moisturize your eyelashes after mascara, and will improve their natural appearance with time.


stargirl says:

Posted on 16 Feb 2009

tip: also waterproof mascaras tend to make your eylashes fall out so only use waterproof if you know that your eyelashes will be getting wet, otherwise regular mascara works just as well and will keep your eylashes thick.

Sorry for all that writing, :P Hope something helps :)


randi23 says:

Posted on 17 Feb 2009

for a quick fix i love fake eyelashes...they are a pain but they are fun and they really make your eyes look great. I also love estee lauder magnascopic mascara. These are all just quck fix temporary solutions but they work for me


jessie_elisa says:

Posted on 17 Feb 2009

Lots of mascara or false eyelashes.

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