This DIY mascara is pretty much the most popular mascara tutorial I’ve seen online so far, and it’s a great tutorial that can be used for any skin tone.
So let’s get started.
Step 1: Make your lashes with a base Make sure you have some natural looking lashes.
The best way to do this is to use the product you normally use on your face and blend it into your eyelids.
This will make your lashes look natural and not clumpy.
Step 2: Apply the mascara on your lashes Apply the first coat of mascara to your lashes using a mascara brush and blend into them.
If your lashes have already started to grow they’ll look natural.
Step 3: Add the next coat of makeup to your eyes Make sure your eyes are fully covered and make sure your eyelid is level with the lash line.
You can add mascara to make them appear thicker, more defined, or even thicker and longer.
Make sure your lashes are fully exposed before adding more makeup.
If you want your lashes to look more defined and longer, you can use a mascara that adds volume.
Step 4: Apply a new coat of make-up to your eyelashed brows Add a new mascara to the same area of your eyes using a brush and brush-in-eye mascara.
You should be able to see how much the new mascara has stretched out the area around the lashes.
If it looks too thin or too thick, it could be an issue with your eyelash line.
Step 5: Apply eye liner and eyelash curlersNow that you have the mascara, you need to apply eye liner, eyelash curlers, and eye liner eyelashes to your lash lines.
If there are any eyelashes that are starting to look clumpy or have an uneven shape, add more eyeliner or eyelash curls.
The last step is to add eye liner to your eye sockets.
Step 6: Add eyeliner to your brows Make sure that you’re not making any major adjustments to your look by adding a little eyeliner and eyelashes.
It’s a good idea to apply eyeliner in small pieces and blend the ends into the outer edges of your eyeliner.
If the eyeliner is too thick and too thin, it may be a problem with your brow bone.
Step 7: Apply mascara to lashes using eye linerMake sure to get rid of any leftover mascara before applying more mascara to them.
Make sure to make sure that your eyeliners are completely exposed before applying mascara.
Make certain that your lashes don’t clump or stick together.
You’ll want to add mascara and eye makeup together to make it look more like a one-to-one look.
Step 8: Apply your eyelice curlers to your upper lashesMake sure that the eyelashes are fully exposing your eyelas before applying eyeliner, curlers, or eyelashes on your upper lash lines with eyeliner-in and eyeliner out.
Make a few strokes on the lower lashes to get the curler in and out of place.
The curler should be pushed in and squeezed out gently, but don’t overdo it.
You want to use a little amount of eyeliner as it’ll help to soften the line.
Make a few more strokes to get a little extra volume on your lower lashes.
This step is for the upper lashes.
Step 9: Apply eyeliner on the inner edges of lashes, using a curlerStep 10: Apply make-Up RemoverStep 11: Apply lip linerStep 12: Apply Make-Up Cleaning ProductsStep 13: Apply makeup and eyelid curlersStep 14: Apply lashesStep 15: Apply eyebrowsStep 16: Apply browsStep 17: Apply lipstickStep 18: Apply accessoriesStep 19: Finish off your look with a brow highlightStep 20: Use Make Up Remover to remove mascaraStep 21: Apply eyeshadowStep 22: Use mascaraStep 23: Apply linerStep 24: Apply eyebrow pencilStep 25: Apply blushStep 26: Apply earringsStep 27: Finish your lookWith mascara, eyeliner curls, and makeup, you’ve got a pretty full look.
You might have noticed that your eyes and cheeks look a little bit smaller than normal because your eyelattes have been exposed.
This is normal.
Your eyelashes and lashes are the result of a lot of make up that has been applied.
Make-up is what makes your eyes look larger and fuller, and eyelids and lashes provide the natural, youthful look that you want in your eyes.
If any of this looks a little strange, it’s okay.
Just make sure you use make-ups that look natural for your skin tone and skin tone range.
The more makeup you have on your lips and cheeks, the longer your look will last.
Step 28: Add more Make Up to your LookThis is a perfect tutorial to use to make a longer, fuller look for