How to Make Eyelashes Longer With Mascara

Posted by Halle Homel on

Mascara is one of those makeup products that every makeup enthusiast just has to have. But if you have short lashes, or if you’re new to makeup, you might not know how to use mascara, or even what mascara you should be using. We love our mascaras here at Elizabeth Mott. They’re some of our bestselling products, and we’re here to tell you why we love them so much, and how you can make your lashes appear longer with just one easy step.

What type of mascara is best for lengthening?

The best type of mascara can be determined only by the ingredients and the formula. Our mascaras here at Elizabeth Mott, are both made with flexible tubing polymers. These make our mascaras the best mascaras to use for lengthening, because this ensures that each lash is individually coated for the ultimate lengthening or volumizing effect.

Best Lengthening Mascara

Which mascara is best for length?

When it comes to length, our It’s So Long Lengthening Mascara knows best. With its flexible tubing polymers, each lash will gain beautiful length that’s sure to make even short lashes feel long and full. Add extra coats for maximum length and to build on top of previous layers or volumizing mascara you’ve already used.

What if I want length and volume?

If you’re looking for a little volume as well as beautiful length, combine our two mascaras together. They work together seamlessly, adding effortless volume and length. Use our It’s So Big Volumizing Mascara to get beautiful volume and layer it with the It’s So Long Lengthening Mascara to get both volume and length.

Best Volumizing Mascara

How do I apply my mascara?

On a clean face, paint the mascara onto your lashes, swooping in an upward motion to curl them away from your eyes. Layer your mascara for extra volume or length, and even curl your lashes to get some extra length.

Want to apply mascara seamlessly? Try our Lash Card for flawless lashes!

Disclaimer: May cause irritation. Stop use and contact a dermatologist if prolonged irritation or allergic reaction occurs.

About the author:

Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Lassen when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @halleswanderingsoul

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