If you’ve been cursed with short lashes, it’s hard to find the PERFECT mascara and APPLICATOR. Well girls, I know the feeling of having short lashes and I’m here to give you the top mascara tips for short eyelashes that will really make your eyelashes look long and beautiful!
Lash type: Short and stubby
The fix: Powder power
Anyone who has attempted to curl shorter lashes knows the pain of the pinch—that yeouch-y moment when the curler grabs the skin instead of the lashes. Yikes. Skip the torture session, as it can make lashes appear even shorter than they are. Instead, use a powder-coating technique for a lash-tacular look on par with Emma Watson's. Start by applying a light, even coat of mascara to the lashes. (Use Rimmel ScandalEyes Curve Alert Mascara with Waterproof Kohl Kajal Liner.) Next, reach for something that's typically reserved for the face: loose powder. (Any loose powder will work—from baby powder to translucent powder.)
"Using a cotton swab or eyeshadow brush, apply a thin coat of loose powder to the lashes, being sure to distribute powder evenly," she instructed. "This builds the illusion of thickness and length." Follow with a second coat of mascara and allow the look to set.
• Ladies, the mascara brush that you have inside your mascara absolutely matters!
• You want something that is going to be flexible and not pull your eyelashes down or coat them too heavy.
• This mascara tip for short eyelashes can actually help every girl!
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