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Cosmetics / Makeup Tip: Clean fresh looking eyes

submitted by Barbara F. Schenkel, Gaithersburg, MD USA

Keep your eyes clear and fresh looking by lining your eyes over the center of the eye and continuing to the outside. Apply mascara to upper eyelashes only. Starting your lining as above eliminates buildup in the corners and applying mascara to upper lashes only, eliminates flaking from the lower lashes.

As you mature, soften your look with brown mascara instead of black.

I am over 60 but most people think I'm in my 50's. I was not happy with my eyes and the older I got, the worse I was feeling. I checked into having my eyes done but I really can't afford the time off work plus I am scared. I was experimenting with my eye makeup and came up with the above. Just this past week, I received a compliment and I enjoy looking in the mirror and seeing my eyes clear from buildup mascara in the corners of my eyes. I also changed my liner to brown from black and I like that too.


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