We’re ever so used to walking into a shop and picking up any mascara that’s reasonably priced. Sometimes, we even go for particular mascara because it’s made by a specific brand. However, I was shocked after talking to a few people, that a lot of people do not know that there a different kinds of mascara for achieving different looks whether it is a day out or a glamour red carpet event, to finish off that look, you need a mascara that compliments you hair, makeup and outfit. The secret is in the brush. Here are the main types of eyelash bar and their features.Sioia
Volumising Mascara: Use this mascara if you want fuller, longer and thicker. Volumising mascara usually contains an underlying base coat that makes eyes appear more intense for that dramatic look. The brush is usually full and thick so it picks every eyelash bar for maximum effect. This kind of mascara is particularly good for glamour red-carpet events, evenings out such as dinner parties etc.
Curvy Mascara: This curve or curly mascara is best for the more awake eyed look. It transforms your ginto seductive curls and makes the eyes look more open and wider. The brush tends to be slightly bent containing both long and short strands so that it picks each eyelash bar individually including small lashes. Curve mascara is usually a good choice for everyday use and works well on tired and stressed eyes.
Lengthening Mascara: Lengthening mascara gives the longer looking ‘false eyelash bar effect’. A common feature with the brush is that it is thinner and the row of brush strands are spaced slightly apart so that it separates each eyelash bar while coating to make it look longer.
Every brand obviously has a special sales description they give to their product, but at the end of the day, it all comes down to the 3 main ones mentioned above. However, next time you go shopping for mascara or take one from your collection, be sure to pick the right one that compliments the right look.