SACE LADY 12ml liquid mascara is waterproof, durable and hard to fade – NEOMJ

SACE LADY 12ml liquid mascara is waterproof, durable and hard to fade

Size: 12 ml

With 2 brush

Six colors

How to Remove Makeup

1. Break Down Your Makeup with Cleanser

Your daily cleanser should be sufficient to take off foundation and blush. “Massage the cleanser over your face and let it sit for 15 seconds, and don’t forget your hairline, under your chin, and around your ears. Then wipe with a wet, white cotton washcloth, so you can really see that all the makeup is gone. If your foundation is long- wearing or you use a face brush, you can go over your face with remover first,” says Verel. Keep gently scrubbing until no more foundation or blush comes off on the washcloth.

2. Always Be Gentle with Your Skin

“The process of taking off your makeup should be gentle and should never leave your skin dehydrated or irritated,” says Mercier. “I like to use a cleansing oil, which won’t dry out your face. Using your fingers, swipe a small amount of oil across your lids, eyebrows, and lips, and then lightly massage it all over your face. This will soften your skin and loosen the makeup, so you don’t have to rub like crazy. Then take a flat, square cotton pad — I like these better than the balls, which can be rough — and pour a little cleansing oil on it. Go over the same spots again, being careful not to scrub back and forth. Just skim the surface in one direction to pull up the color.”

3. Take Advantage of Steam Heat

You can also steam your face before washing. Fill up your sink or a bowl with hot water and hover your face over it for a minute or two. The steam will loosen up your pores and make it easier for the cleaner to penetrate the skin deeper to remove makeup and debris. This might have the extra time to steam your skin, but it’s a good occasional option. You can even add a drop of lavender essential oil for extra soothing, spa vibes.

4. Give your Eyes Extra Attention

Mascara and liner are the hardest to get off, but you don’t want to scrub — the skin around the eyes is sensitive. Cotton balls leave fibers behind, so use a cotton pad and either an oil-based (for waterproof products) or dual-phase (for everything else) remover specifically for the eyes. Pre-soaked pads are fine. (Verel recommends pre-moistened Ocusoft and Systane pads.) Close your eyes and hold them over your lids and lashes for about ten seconds to give the remover time to dissolve the product before wiping.

“When you wear waterproof mascara, swap the cleansing oil for a waterproof-eye-makeup remover. Otherwise, you’ll have to rub so hard to loosen the color that your lashes will break. Soak a pad with remover, press down softly on the lashes for a few seconds so the formula soaks in, and then slowly move the pad across the eyes.

5. Get Rid of Any Excess Oil

After you’ve removed your eye makeup, take another pass with a dry cotton pad to make sure you get off any last bits of product and the excess makeup remover, too. This final pass will prevent mascara circles in the morning and improve your makeup application the next day. No one likes to wake up with raccoon eyes.

6. Use an Oil-Based Makeup Remover to Remove Long-Wearing Lipstick

A cotton pad soaked in liquid or cream makeup remover should take off most lipsticks. You need an oily formula only if the lipstick is long-wearing or intensely pigmented, however.

7. Avoid Baby Wipes

“I cringe when I see women using baby wipes to remove their makeup. Those do not get the job done, and when I tell women this, they say, “But baby skin is so sensitive, this must be good for my face.” Well, a baby’s butt isn’t covered in makeup that requires special ingredients for proper removal,” says Mercier.

9 Steps to Apply False Eyelashes

1. Choose your eyelash style

False eyelashes come in all lengths and colors. They’re available in full strips, three quarter pieces or individual clusters. A full set of false eyelashes can provide both thickness and length, giving your eyes a dramatic look. They also take much less time to apply, whereas individual eyelashes are great for filling in sparse areas. Or, you can use individual lashes to create a gorgeous winged look by applying at the outer corners. Individual eyelashes are definitely harder to apply but really do look natural. Unfortunately, I’m still mastering my technique with individuals, so today I’m going to focus on full strip eyelashes.

2. Choose your color

Black and dark brown false eyelashes are always great for everyday use. Take your time and decide if you’re looking for longer lashes or fuller lashes, or perhaps both. You have many options and trying out different styles may be the surest way to determine the look that’s best for you. If you’re purchasing for an occasion, there are many different fun colors, some with feathers, some with rhinestones. Your creativity and budget are the only limits.

3. Get lash adhesive

Lash adhesive also comes in different varieties. Typically, there are black and white lash adhesives. For first timers I recommend white lash adhesive, as it dries clear. Darker glues hold their color, which can give a dramatic look but it’s also unforgiving if you make an error. I’ve had success with lashes that come with a self-adhesive already applied, but some brands definitely hold better than others so it’s a good idea to have some glue on hand.

4. Trim to fit

One size does not fit all when it comes to falsies. Your new lashes may need a little bit of trimming before you apply them. Hold your false eyelashes against your eyelid to see if they’re too wide for your eye. If they are, go ahead and trim them with a pair of scissors. The eyelash strip should follow your natural eyelashes and not overhang. If they’re too long, they create a droopy look that’s not attractive. You can even trim the individual lashes if you think they’re too long and unnatural looking. Remember, the lashes should be longer towards the outer corner of the eye and shorter towards the inner corner of the eye.

4. Shape your false eyelashes

Shaping your false lash strips prior to applying glue is important. Bend your falsies into the shape of C and hold for a few seconds. The lash strip must follow the natural contour of your upper eye lid to adhere properly and look natural. The last thing you want is for the edges to start lifting up.

5. Grab your applicator

You can use an eyelash applicator, a pair of tweezers or your fingers to apply false eyelashes. Choose the application technique that works best for you. You’ll instinctively find that one works better for you and makes applying false eyelashes much easier. Just remember to be firm but gentle with the lashes—you don’t want to crush them. On the other hand, you also don’t want them to move when you’re applying glue.

6. Apply lash adhesive

Applying the glue to false eyelash strips can turn messy real quick. I’ve tried to apply a thin layer of glue directly on the lash strips, but it never works out well for me and I end up with too much glue. I’ve found it best to get everything ready to go before I start this step. I usually have my glue ready, toothpicks on hand (yes, toothpicks), and a flat surface.

I dispense a little glue onto the back of my hand or other flat surface and apply the glue with a toothpick. I always start by holding the lash strip with tweezers, and if I get too much glue on the strip I simply wipe it off and start over. I’ve had too many mishaps with getting glue on my fingers, and this always turns into a comedy of errors for me. Apply the glue on the lash band and make sure you get good coverage on the ends of the lash strip, as this is where they tend to pull up first. Wait for about 10 seconds before applying. This allows the glue to get tacky so your lashes will stick better. If you’re in a hurry, gently blow on the lash or wave back and forth to encourage the glue to dry down. Because you are applying around your eyes, be extra cautious and only use adhesive according to the manufacturer’s label instructions.

7. Apply your lashes

Now here comes the tricky part: applying the lashes. Remember, this isn’t a race so take it slow. Use a magnifying mirror to see exactly where the lash strip needs to go. Bring the lash strip down from above and place on top of your natural lashes. This will get you as close as possible to your natural lash line. Tested beauty tip: Apply the strip to your upper lash line base (on top of your natural lashes), not on your eyelids. This was the biggest mistake I made the first time: I was trying to protect my real lashes and assumed I had to glue the falsies to my eye lids. Trust me, not a good look. Things may look a bit messy at first, but white glue dries clear and dark glue will blend with your makeup—so don’t panic until you see the final results.

8. Set your lashes in place

After the false lash strip is placed on top of your real lashes, use your fingertips to gently grasp your false and real lashes. Gently press together to fully adhere. If the glue is still wet, you’ll have the flexibility to move the lash strip into the correct position. If things don’t work out the first time, you can always start over.

9. Fill in the gaps

If you see any spaces between your real and fake lashes, fill in the gaps with liquid eyeliner. This will help them look more natural. You can also use an eyelash curler. Just be sure to wait for about 2 minutes and be gentle. In the past, I’ve applied the perfect lash and totally messed things up by being overzealous with my curler.

4 Extra Tips and Tricks for False Eyelashes

  • Try to find false eyelashes with an invisible strip. They’re usually lighter and more comfortable to wear.
  • When trimming your lash strips, start by trimming from the outside corner moving inwards.
  • If you plan on wearing the eyelashes more than once, avoid applying mascara. Mascara is a great way to blend your natural lashes with the falsies, but for repeat wear you may wish to avoid this step. Think of the overall look you are trying to achieve when you purchase the color of your lashes, so you won’t need to wear mascara.
  • When it’s time to remove false eyelashes, don’t just pull them off as this can damage your natural lashes. I like to saturate a cotton puff with eye makeup remover and hold against my eye for a few seconds, or dip a cotton swab into some makeup remover and gently rub along your lash line to help loosen the glue. Let the makeup remover to sit for a minute, and then gently remove the strip.

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