Beau­ti­ful lashes

Woman's Weekly (UK) - - BEAUTY -

Few of us see a party-ready look as com­plete with­out mas­cara. Sal­lie is no ex­cep­tion. Giv­ing your lashes a boost widens and de­fines your eyes. If you’re in the mar­ket for a new mas­cara, choose it based on its brush.

1 For vol­ume and length = slim + bushy

This is your clas­sic mas­cara brush shape. You get a good coat­ing of the for­mula, which makes for a vol­ume boost, and the fine bristles help to drag it through the length of your lashes as you go.

2 For def­i­ni­tion = short plas­tic bristles

If you are keen to ward off clump­ing, opt for a plas­tic bris­tle brush that gives nat­u­ral-look­ing even cov­er­age.

3 For curl = curved

A curved brush hugs your lashes from root to tip, help­ing to bend them back as you coat them.

We love: L’Oréal Paris Par­adise Mas­cara, £11.99; Max Fac­tor False Lash Ef­fect Mas­cara, £10.99; May­belline Lash Sen­sa­tional Mas­cara, £8.99

Beauty Edi­tor An­nie’s favourite!

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