What is Lash Primer
Can I use eyelash primer alone?
You can apply lash primer alone. Lash primer is not a must-have beauty product, but for girls with short, curly lashes, it can be a beautifying way to lengthen and curl lashes. Eyelash primer is usually used before mascara. Its active ingredients can be very good for eyelash definition, and also contains a certain amount of fine fibers can increase the density and length of eyelashes.
Many girls who have short, sparse lashes due to congenital factors can opt for a lash primer with growth fibers and gently brush it on from the root of the lash growth. After applying the lash primer, you will find that your lashes appear to be in the same state, but also become more dense and thicker, and have a certain degree of growth in length.
Eyelash primer is not a necessary part of the makeup process. Girls who have thicker and more curly lashes can simply use mascara to color and define their lashes. Many mascaras also contain some sort of styling substance and also have tiny fibers that can effectively grow the lashes. In order to minimize the number of unnecessary makeup steps, it's okay to use mascara to beautify your lashes.
It is important to note that even if you only use a lash primer, you will need to use a special eye makeup remover to carefully remove the makeup. Eyelash primer is transparent and colorless, but it contains chemicals that can affect the growth of eyelashes and even the health of the eye if it stays at the base of the eyelashes for a long time.
The correct use of eyelash primer
1. Before brushing mascara, use an eyelash curler to create a curved curl. Use an eyelash curler to gently curl your eyelashes 2-3 times from the root, then curl the middle of your eyelashes, and finally the outer end. The force of the curler should be light and even to avoid an unnatural vertical angle.
2. Remove the brush by rotating it from side to side and press it into the opening of the bottle to remove any excess mascara.
3. Look down slightly and brush the top half of the lashes, then look up and brush the inner half of the lashes near the eyes. Brush lashes from the roots outward and upward, then brush in a zigzag pattern. The mascara stays on the roots for a little longer, and the ends get less mascara.
4. When brushing the lower lashes, adjust the mascara wand into a vertical way, brush one by one, first from the head of the eye to the end of the eye, and then from the end of the eye to the head of the eye, and so on 1-2 times.
5. When brushing eyelashes, use the other hand to help open the eyelid, do not blink after brushing, wait 15 seconds to avoid staining.
6. Don't put on the second coat until the first coat is dry, otherwise it will clump. Once this happens, comb your lashes with an eyelash comb to remove them one by one.
7. After brushing mascara, if you want to enhance the curl, wait until it is completely dry before curling your lashes.
1. A light dusting of powder will make the mascara that you brush on later more voluminous.
2. Check your mascara regularly and discard it after 6 months of use.
3. To avoid infection, don't share a mascara with others.