Grooming Tips for Girls with Short Lashes
Having eyelashes that are short, difficult to curl, and grows downwards is a huge hurdle every time you do your eye makeup. You do your best to look for the best eyelash curler, and curling and lengthening mascaras, only to end up having a sad and droopy eyelashes at the end of the day. Worry not though, since here are five tips on how you can groom and manage those short eyelashes.
- Purchase the Right Tools
Although there are millions of eyelash curlers available in the market, finding the right one will surely make a huge difference in managing your lashes. If you have lashes that are quite difficult to curl, consider using a quality lash curler that perfectly fits the shape of your eyes. Eyelash curlers from Shiseido and Shu Uemura are a perfect fit for Asian eyes, assuring your lashes will get some curl.
- Use Eyelash Growth Serums
Achieve fuller fringes by swiping a lash serum before going to bed. You can also use the growth serum on your eyebrows to make your arches grow thicker.
- Regularly Change the Pads of Your Curler
You’ve probably heard the horror stories of women cutting or losing their eyelashes because of using old curler rubber pads. So make sure that you change your curler’s rubber pads every six months to avoid becoming one of those unfortunate ladies. Also, if you notice some product build up on the pad (hardened mascara or eyeliner), wash and disinfect it immediately.
- Layer Volumizing and Lengthening Mascaras
To get both volume and length without risking lash clumping, consider layering a volumizing and lengthening mascara over your eyelashes. If you want to save more time, we suggest using fibre mascaras to achieve fuller, longer, and perfectly curled lashes. Trust us, it’ll make you look like you’re wearing a pair of falsies.
- Curl Your Lashes After Applying Some Mascara
We know that this goes against the rule of curling your eyelashes prior to applying your mascara, but hear us out first. If you’re blessed with extremely stubborn lashes, consider applying your mascara and curling your lashes after the product has completely dried. Just make sure to curl your lashes as gently as possible to avoid cutting them off.
Although it might seem challenging at first, achieving fuller and longer-looking eyelashes is possible even if you’re blessed with short lashes. Just keep the aforementioned tips in mind so you can effortlessly manage your eyelashes the next time you do your eye makeup.