Mascara is a cosmetic that has been used for thousands of years. It was originally made from soot or charcoal. These are banned in the United States and only natural and inorganic pigments are permitted. Carbon black for black mink false eyelashes, ultramarine blue provides blue colors and iron oxide for brown.
For beautiful better looking lashes, nothing beats a few coats of mascara. The brand is not important, pick the type of brush that’s best for you. Make sure to get the blackest black available. Apply to the top and bottom of lashes and reapply several times.
Oifme ingredients have oils such as mineral oil, lanolin and linseed oil as a base. Waxes such as beeswax, paraffin and carnauba are included in combination to the oil. Lotions will have stearic acid which is a solid fatty acid. Each manufacturer has its own way of putting these ingredients together. Each products is made by combining water and thickness to make a lotion or cream base and pigment is added later.
When applying mink false eyelashes, first brush on an oil free powder foundation over the lashes and then apply your favorite product. When this dries, apply a second coat. This provides a longer lasting thicker look.
Do not use a waterproof cosmetic every day. They are hard to remove and can pull out your lashes. Use a cotton swab that is dampened with warm water. Put Vaseline or baby oil on the end and rub to remove from lashes. Never use soap as it can get in your eye and burn you. Waterproof products can damage mink false eyelashes making them look thinner and more sparse.
Check carefully to find a mink false eyelashes that is three shades darker than your natural hair color. Experiment with different products and colors to find which are best suited to you. Remember mascara only looks unreal when it isn’t done right.