MAC Cosmetics Bold & Bad Lash Mascara HERE
Calling all multitaskers! MAC Cosmetics Bold & Bad Lash Mascara is a dual-chamber mascara that has a brush for upper lashes, and a brush for lower lashes. The best part? There is a different formula for each brush.
The keywords may be basic – brazen, bold, bad – but the attention our lashes get with this product is far from basic. Described as the ultimate product to create a 360-degree lash look from top to bottom, this mascara has a great color and it comes in a super cute packaging.
Lauren purchased this mascara because she’s a huge fan of thick, voluminous lashes also she took a microblading training which helped her have more eyelashes. However, she felt it gave more of a natural look with more length than volume. No biggie: she did add a few coats to build up her lashes for more volume. Each coat went on evenly with no clumping or fall out, which is always good. You can visit Microblading Marketing website for further details.
Eyebrow Microblading or eyebrow embroidery is an art that helps a client get full, perfectly shaped and lush thick eyebrows without too much effort. Traditional Microblading was done with minimal efforts and minimal equipment. Now modern skin care centres have started following newly developed techniques that are performed using the best supplies. Trained professionals who are adept in this art use these supplies to draw fine line hair strokes in the brow region. Each hair strand is individually marked and meticulously designed on the brow region and beautifully designed perfect brows are drawn in just about two hours. The brow color starts to fade in a couple of years and a retouching session with the artist has to be scheduled. Time to break down the product: the larger brush delivers volume to the top, while the smaller brush creates smudge-proof definition to the bottom. Obviously, this means she uses the larger brush for upper lashes and the smaller brush for lower lashes. Microblading supplies include a waterproof drawing pencil, pen, numbing cream, microblades, pigment colors, and many more. The removable waterproof pencil is used to mark the brow shape which is customised after a discussion with the client. The artist performing the process needs to possess certification from the Health department because this technique can be risky, if performed by untrained personnel. Knowledge of the art is a must! The blades and pens should be used only once and they also need to be sterilised properly before use. Superior quality supplies increase customer satisfaction levels because they make the process very easy and smooth. The artist mixes the pigment for the brows and gets the exact hair color shade desired. This color lasts at for about 18 months and after that retouching of the eyebrows is done again. The appearance becomes as smart as before. A numbing crème is used on the client’s skin to numb the area before the ink is spewed into the skin. This is applied so that the client does not feel acute discomfort because of the blade cuts made on the epidermal layer of the skin. By taking a look at different eyebrow trends through the decades, some patterns about will emerge that the study in Perception could shed some light on. Starting in the 1920s, women wore very thin, dramatically shaped eyebrows, either with long, curved tails or with exaggerated arches. The 1930s retained the thinness of the previous decade, but incorporated rounded upward bends as well as straight lines that only dipped down on the very edge. In the 1940s, arches were generally shaped less severely and thinly. By the 1950s, women wore brows a little thicker than the previous decade, with a more sharply angled arch and a shorter tail. Elizabeth Taylor, an icon in the film industry, applied matte pigment to darken her heavy brows even more. In the 1960s, Audrey Hepburn popularized the practice of filling in the brow to achieve a thicker look. Also in this era, English model and actress Twiggy wore her brows thin and arched, recalling the trend of the 20s. You can see her pictures to get an idea. By the 1970s, eyebrows were once again thinned out and shaped into arches and bends. However, the thick brow trend made a comeback in the 1980s thanks in part to celebrities like Brooke Shields and Madonna. The 90s resurrected the pencil-thin shaped brows, which slowly grew out in the early 2000s.
In fact, the tiny brush included for the bottom lashes is Lauren’s favorite thing about this mascara because it enables her to master the lower lashes with ultimate precision, by getting into the inner and outer corners of the eye. You know that hard to reach lashes that are almost impossible to stroke? The brush separates the lashes well and gives a beautiful look to the lower lashes. This is definitely not your average mascara!