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How to choose the right mascara
Mascara is the ultimate go-to cosmetic! It can add drama to a glamorous look, bring out your eyes when you’re tired or even be your one-step makeup routine on busy days. Here are some tips on choosing the perfect product for you.
You’ll find dozens and dozens of mascaras lining the shelves of cosmetic departments. Before heading out to the store, why not take a few moments to make the hunt a little easier by targeting your specific needs.
Black or coloured mascara?
Brushes and formulas for the effect you want!
Then there is waterproof mascara. Available in most of the formulas described above, it is a great choice for summer holidays and sporting activities, but also for women who tend to get teary or have watery eyes.
And of course there are the many varieties of innovative brushes: double, XXL, falsies, triple plump, bristled ball, with a comb, hybrids and so on. You can’t stop progress, as they say!
Today’s mascara comes with wands that have either brush bristles or plastic bristles. The first type adds volume and thickness to lashes, but can leave behind a few clumps. The second helps define and lengthen lashes and generally produces fewer clumps.
The art of applying mascara
Mascara application is a pretty straightforward process. To avoid getting colour-altering eye shadow particles in your mascara, you should always apply it at the very end.
For additional advice, speak with your Uniprix beauty consultant! She will be more than happy to help!
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