5 Things We Did Not Know About the Mascara?

5 Things We Did Not Know About the Mascara?

Mascara is always a finishing touch to your makeup. It gives your eyes an immense look and your eye also looks bigger and brighter than usual. Applying mascara is also a very big task, but the main task is to apply mascara perfectly without smudging it over your eyelid. Read here, some of the thing you don’t know about mascara.

#1.Wear-Off Makeup in The Night: Sometimes we get too tired to wipe our makeup off before we go to bed, but leaving mascara on your lashes overnight does more harm. When the mascara dries overnight, it can cause your lashes to fall off, and a stiff lash can actually scratch your cornea while you’re sleeping.

#2.Nothing Last Forever Not Even Mascara: Mascara actually does expire. The average life span is about 3-5 months, so after that, get rid of your old mascara. Otherwise, you’re risking bacterial infections, and no one wants that. And if your mascara also smells like vinegar then also it is time to change your mascara.

#3.Pumping Your Mascara: Pumping of the brush pushes air in the tube which makes out mascara dry faster, causing clumping and flaking. Instead, you should gently twist the wand back and forth or in circular motions to pick up the desired amount of product.

#4.Never Share Mascara: Never share your eye with anyone it can put you at risk of infection and pink eye. So, if you don’t want to sit at home and watch TV. Then, be cautious about your makeup.

#5.Keep Your Eyes Open: The key to not blinking (and ruining your mascara) during application? Opening your mouth. When your mouth is open wide, it’s a bit harder to blink.

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