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(Video) Beauty Tips: Mascara 101 – Tips for Short & Straight Lashes

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Long, sweeping eyelashes are one of  the specification of being beautiful, you may think that there’s no chance to get long and pretty lashes. But you are wrong! If you have short, stubby eyelashes, you can try a few various ideas as well as methods to extend and thicken them so they frame your eyes better! With the right technique, products and even a few ways, you can create long, luscious eyelashes without spending tons of money on your favorite salon. In this video, From Head To Toe will show you some Tips for short & straight lashes.

When it comes to lashes, longer is always better.

Long luscious, curly eyelashes will always be one of our greatest beauty desire. Some of us have straight eyelashes that without mascara, you wouldn’t even be able to notice them. If you’re as obsessed with eyelashes as all of the other ladies do, and whether you suffer from short or straight lashes, this awesome video is perfect for you!

These tips will surely brighten your eyes and entire face. Here you’ll see some few things to keep in mind to maximize your lashes. Watch and enjoy!

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Curling the lashes:

Step 1 – The first step is to get your lash curler. 

(Note find the one that will best fit your eye shape.)

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Step 2 – And then now, curl your lashes.

Starting from the base of your lashes, press a little bit upward, and without pinching the skin just grabbing the lashes start squeezing the curler or pump the lashes with the curler.

Do that for couple of times and hold that for seconds.

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Step 3 – Then go to the mid-way of the lashes and then repeat the same process.

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Step 4 – And then go to the tip of your lashes and repeat the same process again.

(Note: So if you curl starting from the base, in the middle and then at the edge its going to give you a more natural curl than just an L shape curl.)

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Step 5 – When your done, go back to the base of your lashes and curl it once more.

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(Note: That will give you a really huge curly set of lashes.)

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Applying Mascara:

You are going to want to blackest driest formula of water proof mascara you can find. And this is because water proof mascara tend to hold care a lot better than any other kind of mascara.

Step 6 – So to apply, start by tilting your head back.

(This will help to make your upper lashes away  from your lower lashes.) 

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Step 7 – Now start applying mascara to your inner corners then take a back and fort motion (wiggling motion) in applying the mascara. Go close to the base of your lashes as much as possible.

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Step 8 – Then go across the rest of the lashes, of course doing the wiggling motion.

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Step 9 – For the lower lashes, tilt your head forward .

(This will make the skin fall away from the lower lashes.)

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Step 10 – Then starting at the inner corner, go and wiggle the mascara wand like what you did on your upper lashes.

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Step 11 – Now hold the wand on the tip of your lower lashes for a couple of second before swiping all the way down.  (This will make the lower lashes curl outward.)

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All pictures courtesy of Screen captures from the Youtube Video

Thank you, From Head To Toe  for sharing this awesome video!

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