The art of make-up is so intriguing to me and I enjoy improving my technique from any inspiration that I come across! Here I'd like to share all of that with you :)
chic-and-professional said: You're right in that curling lashes after mascara can be potentially damaging. But sadly, the heated lash curler only works well after applying mascara. This is probably the case because it's not in a "clamp" form like most curlers are and it's just a heated stick that you gently press onto your lashes. I suppose this is a huge disadvantage to using heated curlers. =(@2 years ago with 1 note
chic-and-professional said: Regarding heated curlers, yes, I have used one (from Panasonic) and I use it when I have extra time. I do like it, and it does curl my stick-straight lashes really well. My experience has been generally good and I haven't damaged my lashes. (I do use the brush cover that comes with the heated lash curler.) However, I've found that I can only use mascara with fibers. The curler tends to melt the mascara off if you use one without fibers.
You’re putting mascara on before using a heated curler? I HIGHLY recommend not doing that!!!@2 years ago with 3 notes
weepaloneforyourself-deactivate said: Do you know a good powder to set the Laura Mercier Silk Cream Foundation with?
Something lightweight! Since it’s a full coverage foundation, use a translucent, fine-milled powder like Makeup Forever HD or just look up silica powder online, it’s the same thing and I remember getting a crap ton off of Coastal Scents for around 4 bucks!@2 years ago with 4 notes
theritegreens said: I only use heated curlers on my clients, so much better than the traditional eyelash curlers! also, heated eyelash curlers are made to be able to go over mascara. there are absolutely no negative effects from doing so... just so you guys know ;)@2 years ago with 4 notes