What mascara to choose?

transparent-maskMakeup is no longer a woman's thing. Now men also wear makeup. If you have chosen this habit, then we will give you some guidelines so that you can choose the best one eyelash mask.

If you go to a free shop or a beauty business, you will notice that there are many varieties of mascara for eyelashes. For women, their choice is complicated, imagine for us.

For men, it is important that the mascara gives a subtle touch to the lashes, to make it more natural. When choosing these masks, you must take into account the effect you want to achieve: that they are bright, separated and well defined and that the look is intensified and flattering.

The type of eyelash mascara that I would recommend (for male use) is one that be transparent, since it meets all the requirements we are looking for, but does not give us color. The others will give you color, volume and length that you don't need and that will also give you a very feminine touch.

Do you already use mascara? Tell us about your experience ...

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  1.   Ron said

    I totally agree with you. I have been wearing a mask for years now. I have always used it transparent. There are men who wear it in brown and even black. It depends on each one. What I do assure you is that many men use it. Another thing is that they recognize it.

    1.    jonathan said

      mm the truth is, I use mascara for black eyelashes and I don't know if it looks good for women, I would be very sorry if they would ask me if I use mascara for eyelashes.

  2.   Nisaa said

    I think the important thing when choosing a mask is also the secret of applying it correctly so that it looks perfect ... I mean ... when I do it, I follow these tips

    - Starts from the roots and continues with the natural curve of the eyelashes.

    - Apply the mascara combing the eyelashes with the brush impregnated with the product, it is not necessary to introduce it several times in the container, just doing it once is enough.

    - Evenly distributes product to avoid awful lumps.

    - Proceed with a second application, reaching the most remote areas (outer part of the eye) always following the almond shape.

    - Finally, comb them again to separate them, but this time without inserting the brush into the container

    I hope it serves you and your eyes look pkm

  3.   Roy said

    Well, I have been using mascara for about a year now, because my eyelashes are extremely long and curved and I used to have the problem of them getting tangled and getting into my eyes, but since I use the mascara in the morning I no longer have any. Problem, the secret is to use a minimum amount of product to make them look natural because if it is abused, the eyelashes look almost plastic. They can be supplemented with a conditioning treatment at night

  4.   alan said

    Hello, I use mascara for girl's eyelashes, but it is as they say it does not matter the brand or if it is for men or women, aki I apply a lot like you apply it on the eyelashes or I apply it in a similar way to the girls, with a difference that in The root ed where I put a little more because that is where the eyelashes should not be lowered, and in what is the rest I put little so that they do not make them thick or have a long effect, otherwise the others would notice it. After this I pass any finger delicately as if it were the little brush that to remove any success and logically the balls that remain because like the kito, the eyelashes are natural and nobody notices that I use mascara