Everyone wants long, thick lashes. The easiest way to achieve this is to go the false lashes route, but I think false lashes should be reserved for special occasions… Like beauty pageants.
To achieve natural, thick lashes like the ones in the picture, you need the right products and you need to know the right application.
What I use:
1. L’Oreal Voluminous mascara
2. Maybelline Falsies
3. Rimmel Scandal Eyes Show Off
…in that order.
I use L’Oreal’s Voluminous mascara on my bottom lashes and on the tips of my top lashes. Maybelline’s Falsies and Rimmel’s Scandal Eyes Show Off are only for the top lashes.
The key to avoiding flat, clumpy lashes is in the application:
How do you get full lashes? Comment below!
Getting organized and clutter free is a constant focus of mine. As my makeup collection grew, I realized that I needed to reduce the space it took up. One of the ways I accomplished this was de-potting many of my eyeshadows, blushes and bronzers, to create my own palettes.
So de-potting saved me this much clutter:
Now, neatly organized:
Here’s what you’ll need:
- sharp metal object (I used a sewing needle)
- Z palette (or other empty palette)
- magnetic circles to attach the makeup pot to the palette
- rubbing alcohol or acetone
- wax paper
- hair iron
Watch me do it:
Did you try de-potting? What method did you use? Leave your comments below. 🙂
If you’re anything like me, you can’t get enough of easy nail art. When I say easy, I mean, DIY, at home, no crazy contraptions needed. This time around, it’s marble nails. I love this technique because the outcome is stunning and chances are, you have all the supplies you need.
Here’s what you need:
- clear base coat/top coat
- dark nail polish color
- lighter nail polish color
- pair of scissors
- saran wrap
- drying drops (optional)
Check out how easy it is:
Let me know if you tried it and what colors you used!