Choosing a Mascara Primer

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In order to ensure that your lashes appear to be longer and thicker, it’s a good idea to use a mascara primer in addition to your 3d fiber lash mascara. You should apply one coat before applying your mascara. It is made to separate and lengthen your lashes. In addition, the best primer will offer an improvement to the condition of your lashes, making them much softer and more supple. When you’re looking for the best mascara primer to give some definition without your mascara drying, flaking, or clumping- use the following tips:

1)    The best mascara primer will feature additional nutrients to make sure that your lashes remain healthy and lustrous. For example, a mascara primer that contains panthenol will ensure that your lashes remain softer under the mascara. If you want to add some extra volume, you should apply the primer and then, while it is still wet, apply 2 coats of your favorite mascara.

2)    You want to look for a mascara primer that is made to keep your mascara from flaking and smudging. This will help you to avoid that dreaded look of raccoon eyes. Find a product that is dual-sided- that will add length and volume as well as add a waterproof sealant to keep your mascara on longer.

3)    If you’re on a budget, you may want to find a 2-in-1 product featuring mascara and primer. You want to make sure that the primer is colorless and contains ingredients such as paraffin to add volume. The mascara should be in a shade that is made to complement your eyes. If you’re not sure about whether or not you’ll like using a primer, this is a great way to try it out since you’ll still be able to at least use the mascara even if you’re not fond of the primer.

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4)    Make sure that the product you choose is both ophthalmologist- and dermatologist tested, especially if you have sensitive eyes. In addition to creating volume, curl, and length, you should make sure that the product you choose is fragrance-free and doesn’t flake to avoid causing irritation to your eyes.