Let your eyelashes do the talking while wearing a mask!

Hi Loves! I’ve tried a few new eyelash mascara products lately that convince me I would give a little deeper into some of them today. I usually turn to Instagram stories for a quick review or impression of a product. Still, for those that don’t follow along over there, I wanted to provide some helpful thoughts here as well of my favorite Mascara that really impressed me!


Since the upper half of the face is the only visible part when wearing a mask, and the attention is directed to the eyes in this current state of Pandemic. People will explore a lot more trends in the eye category by using this Mascara to shine through.

Here are my easy Tips How to Apply for the Longest Lashes:
A perfect eyelash is depended on great mascara, but the application can also make all the difference. Here are the quick easy tips how I do up my lash



  • Start at the root of your lashes, hold the tight line “skinny” wand horizontally then wiggle and sweep through to the tips of your lashes. Repeat!


  • For an eyeliner effect, I use my favorite mascara lightly press the wand along the base of your lash line filling in the gaps between lashes.


  • Cover and Separate all your eyelashes by applying the second coat! This will help the first layer get a little bit tacky and the second layer will add a ton of both volume and length and can really work its magic!

Also, I’m sharing some of my favorite mascara products.

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There you have it. That’s my favorite Mascara at the moment. What’s your favorite Mascara or must-try tips? I would love to hear from you in the comments! Thank you. And Stay safe.



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Content Creator From the Philippines living in California. A Wife, A Mother of two, Former Hotelier, a travel Agent, and Brand Ambassador. Rechel is always passionate about Beauty, Style, Travel, and Food.

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