Saturday, 15 September 2012

Do it yourself


Eyelash extensions

Eye lash extensions on average cost around £80 to get done professionally, but you dont have to spend a fortune to get beauitul long lashes. All you need to do this on the cheap is either an eyelash curler, mascara or false lashes. Here is my step by step guide on achieving knock em dead lashes:

  1. If your lashes are short, try false lashes and mascara. First, curl your own lashes and then apply mascara.
  2. Using tweezers, pick up the base strip of the false eyelashes, add glue and tilt your head back so you can see your lash line in the mirror. Carefully press them in place with the tipof the tweezers.
  3. Or try using individual lashes, start at the outer corner of your eye and glue one in the first open spot between your lashes. Continue along the lash line,attaching the longest ones in the centre.
  4. You can also boost your lashes using a volumising or lengthening mascara. Look down into a mirror, hold wand horizontally and apply from the roots, wiggling it up to the tips. Then turn the wand and stroke vertically up the lashes for more oomph.
My most highly recommend products to use to create va-va boom lashes are:

Max factor false lash effect

This mascara is designed to give you the look of false lashes without the tricky application hassle. It comes with a comfortable brush with flexible bristles for easily application from roots to tips. It lengthens and thickens lashes while special brush separates them for a perfect look like you are wearing false lashes. Your lashes look thicker, fuller, longer and more luscious, and your eye lashes look utterly fabulous all day without so much as a smudge. The never ending volume is the USP of this product. Max Factor False Lash Effect mascara is available in three shades – black, brown black and black waterproof.

Heated eyelash curlers

The Panasonic Heated Eyelash Curler has a special heat indicator built into the body of the curler. The product is used like an eyelash comb and the heat indicator lets you know when it is ready to curl. Due to its construction, the Panasonic Heated Eyelash Curler allows curling to take place from the base to the tips, without pulling or pinching.


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