Ways to Avoid Your Mascara from Clumping
One of the biggest beauty pet peeves is when you put on your mascara, and the clumps are so bad, they make you want to cry. We all know that feeling. It can be frustrating to fix it because there’s no natural way to avoid clumping with an oil-based formula like mascara. I’ve found a few tricks for avoiding this problem, though! Read on if you’re interested in how it works, or feel free to take my advice and grab yourself some new mascara instead.
To start, one trick is not to apply too much product at once. This might seem counterintuitive because we usually think putting more products will give us better results, but that’s not true with this type of makeup product.
Why do my eyelashes clump with mascara?
We all know that mascara clumping can be an absolute nightmare, but there are some things you can do to avoid it. From using a liquid liner first before applying your mascara to wiping off the excess product on the wand after each use, these tips will help keep your lashes looking their best.
Mascara is a girl’s best friend. It enhances our natural beauty and makes us feel more confident in ourselves. But no one likes clumpy lashes! That’s why I’ve compiled a list of tips to help you avoid this problem altogether. Some people say that cold weather can cause mascara to dry out and start clumping on your lashes, but there are ways around it as well! Read my blog post for some helpful advice on how to keep those beautiful eyelashes looking fresh all day long.
Stop your mascara from clumping
Mascara clumping can be a frustrating problem for many women. But, it doesn’t have to be! In this post, we’ll show you seven ways to prevent your mascara from clumping so that you never have to worry about the dreaded ‘bumpy’ look again.
- Clean your eyelashes before putting on mascara
- Start with clean lashes before applying any mascara. This will ensure that there is no product buildup on the lashes and help reduce clumps in general. You should also avoid using an old or expired mascara tube, as this could lead to product buildup over time.
- Apply one layer of liquid or gel-type mascaras instead of two layers, which often causes the product to dry out more quickly and then causes clumps when applied.
- Wiggle the brush in each eye so that you don’t get clumps at the base of your lashes
- Wait 10 seconds before opening up your eyes after applying mascara
- Press down lightly along the length of your lashes instead of wiggling back and forth across them.