Have you ever wondered?
We’ve all experienced this at one point in time (i.e life before lash extensions)…but, why?
There are a few reasons. One reason I saw as a makeup artist is when people try to apply too many coats too quickly. Give mascara time to dry in between coats.
The problem could also be with your wand. Sometimes, an overloaded wand yields poor results. Whether you’ve got too much mascara on the wand or its in need of cleaning, it’s important to take a look at your tools. Keep them clean!
Also, think about what you want for your lashes. Do you want something lengthening or thickening? With mascara, it’s best to focus on one formula. If you want volume, don’t use a mascara specifically formulated for length.
Lastly, just like with lash extensions, you have to start with a solid base. Clean, healthy lashes will take on mascara better. Add a lash primer and serum for enhanced results.
The best part about lash extensions is that they won’t clump…with the right artist, of course. Clumping with lash extensions is completely different than with mascara. Clumped, criss-crossed lashes are caused by poor application, inexperience, and something neglectful client care.