For most of us, as so I may speak, the most important part of makeup is the eyes. And within the eyes, the most important part is Mascara. Why? Because it in plain simple words it is SEXIER.
When we go to the a shop to buy mascara, we usually check the packaging and decide whether or not that particular type is suitable for us or not .But, what we often tend to forget to do is check the wand of the Mascara. In Mascara, the wand is the most important feature, because the wand will determine how well your mascara will turn out.
Before we get into the discussion, here are some fun facts about Mascara.
HISTORY OF EARLY MASCARA
The first mascaras were in pressed powder or cake forms. There were made by sifting a powder pigment into a mixture of soap and running them through a mill to turn them into powder. The powder was then pressed to create compact cakes. The product was applied with a moist brush to dissolve the powder and help it cling
1.) Curved Mascara: If you want your eyes to pop then you should use this. This is very effective when applied to the lower lashes as applying, mascara to the lower lashes could get tedious (especially the cleaning part).It is used to add curls to the ends of your lashes
2.) Rubber wand/straight wand: A rubber wand is great if you are looking for adding volume to your lashes as rubber wands are easier to maneuver
3.) Comb wand: This is apt when you want each and every lash of yours to stay separate and neat. This however does not provide you with all the other additional benefits like lengthening or volumizing
4.) Large wand: It adds extra volume to the eyes. It is preferable for longer/lengthy lashes. It provides a thickening effect.