Mascara layering with Inglot
For the longest time I’ve been obsessing over two things, finding the perfect pink shade of lipstick and having amazing looking eyelashes. The latter eluded me for years until I made friends with the Edgars‘ makeup artists that introduced me to mascara layering with Inglot. This was early last year, 2014, and since then, my short and sparse eyelashes have known length, volume and definition, sans glue.
When I was first introduced to mascara layering, you would have been forgiven to think I’ve suddenly developed an involuntarily blinking disorder. For once, I had great looking lashes and I was not going to pass up a chance to flaunt them a bit. I’ve since then grown modest and rather adept at layering mascaras to achieve fuller and longer looking lashes.
To remove the cloak of invisibility, the dermatologically tested Inglot Perfect Length & Define Mascara works as a base mascara, so it is applied first. Its thin comb easily goes behind and underneath my lashes without smearing or missing an eyelash. With a wiggle of the wand I get my lashes coated with mascara, separated, defined and lengthened.
The second coat of mascara is for volume, colour intensity and further lengthening. The mascara of choice for this part is the thick bristled Inglot False Lash Effect Mascara. This mascara adds body to the defined visible lashes giving them the much needed volume.
I will never be an eyelash model, but I think we can all agree that this Inglot mascara layering offers impressive enough lashes not to bemoan that fact.
With love and Eskimo kisses,