I've never felt the need to use mascara. I guess I could see using it if you have really pale eyelashes and want to make them more visible. It's certainly not a must-have cosmetic for me.
My lashes are really fair, I didn't know they were as long as they are until I had them tinted.
I wish I had my sons lashes long, dark..It's very unfair
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Thanks for the tips. I am blonde, well....that's my story...lol My hair is blonde anyway. I used to have great lashes, but they always needed curling as they don't curl up, which I think is adorable.
The problem is that after I had costmetic surgery on my upper and lower eyelids a few years ago. (To remove excess skin. Happy with the difference.) The eyelashes all came out, which he said was normal. They did return, but not as full as before, thus my search for help. AND I developed super light sensitive eyes. This happened awhile after the surgery, so I'm not convinced it's related. Some days I have it, others I don't. It may be allergies or stress based. I'm not sure. But, most days my eyes are so sensitive that I can't stand to be under light in front of a mirror. It hurts and my eyes pour water and applying mascara is almost impossible. Sorry to whine. I have a very good ophthamolgist, but no real reason for why this happens. I do have an eye condition on one, but it shouldn't cause problems on the other, but I have sensitivity in both......TMI...anyway, I don't know what causes my problem. I just want my lashes to look good again. lol
I prefer waterproof mascara.
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Waterproof makes the lashes clump together for me, especially at the end of the day. It's a pain to remove too.
there is a beauty thread where mascara is discussed. Share your BEAUTY secrets????
#2. Is it waterproof/sweatproof: for work at Old Town, I wear mid-1800s long-sleeved, long-skirted (with petticoat!) garb in very warm weather — and give one- and two-hour walking tours.
#3. If yes to both, where can I buy it?
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