House Of Lashes have landed on the ShowMe MakeUp desk this morning!
These are the new ‘Iconic’ lashes, and a set of bottom lashes to go with them.
I can’t wait to use these in a tutorial.
I don’t usually like thick banded lashes, but I’ve heard great reviews on these, so I will give them a go and let you know how I get on.
When using strip lashes with a thick band, warm them up with a hair dryer and then bend into a ‘C’ shape while they cool down.
The warmth from the hairdryer warms up the glue on the band which makes it moldable. So they should cool off into more of a curved shape which will sit better on your eyelid.
There’s nothing worse than a strip lash that keeps pinging-up one side!
You can purchase these lashes at www.houseoflashes.com
Try concealers like
- MAC Pro Longwear
- Revlon Photoready Concealer
- Hard Candy Glamoflauge (sold at Walmart)
- Loreal True Match Crayon Concealer (great for spot concealing)
- Kat Von D Tattoo Concealer
To get the most coverage out of your concealer try using a patting, dabbing motion instead of a circular motion. Using a small brush is best so you only conceal what you need to, sometimes if you use a large brush you can apply concealer in areas that don’t need it making your makeup look a little more cakey. I’d recommend applying a thin layer of foundation all over your skin and go in with a small synthetic brush and spot concealing scars and any acne. This keeps the majority of your face with a thin layer of makeup so it looks more natural, A small synthetic brush works best, but even an eyeshadow blending brush will work :)
Sigma F80 Precision Brush
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