Mascara is one of the most important pieces of makeup to complete a look and frame the eyes. Our selection of natural mascara offers eye definition without harsh chemicals and synthetics. These mascaras are cruelty-free with options including gluten-free, vegan, and made of recyclable materials. Because they are made without many chemicals found in mainstream products, these products are the best mascara for sensitive eyes.
Hypoallergenic Mascara Options
Your eyes are the window to your soul, so take care of them – naturally! Apply lightly to avoid breakage and clumps. Please note that none of our mascara options are waterproof, as this would require synthetics. Everyone’s eyes and skin are unique, so apply a small amount to your inner wrist first to ensure compatibility. Help your eyes look naturally beautiful with natural options from Natural Solutions!
Mascara Uses and Tips
How to Use: Open the Natural mascara by twisting the cap and pulling the wand. Do not pump the wand as it puts air into the tube and it can dry the product out inside. Apply it on the bottom lash starting on the inside corner and moving outwards. Sweep the brush lightly across your lashes. If you start with the top lash you will end up with brush strokes on the lid as you apply product to the bottom lash. When doing the top lash, hold your eyelid steady. Start by applying to the inside corner, moving outward. Move the brush from side to side in a gentle motion. You will go from root to tip. This is the best way to separate the lashes. To avoid clumping, wait 30 seconds before applying second coat.
When to Replace It: You'll want to replace your Natural mascara at least every 3 to 4 months. Do not reuse mascara after an eye infection. Be cautious when having a sty on the eyelid. Do not leave mascara in hot car or in unclean bags.
Tips for Applying Mascara
Don't hold the wand stationary when applying mascara. Instead, roll it along your lashes from the roots to the tips, to deposit the mascara evenly and help prevent clumping. To remove smudges, wind a piece of tissue tightly and hold it under your lower lashes while applying your mascara. Or you can use a cotton swab dipped in eye makeup remover to remove smudges. To stretch your mascara out and prevent drying, don't dip the mascara wand unnecessarily into the tube. You also want to avoid pumping the wand; instead, always twist to coat. Remove mascara and all other eye makeup before going to bed. Use your eye makeup remover, gently massage a small amount over your lid and lashes. Wait about 30 seconds, then gently whisk off eye makeup using a cotton ball. If using our liquid makeup remover, apply it with a cotton ball. For extra lush-looking lashes, apply two coats of mascara. Use an eyelash comb to separate lashes after each coat.
How Do I Stop My Lashes from Clumping When I Use Mascara?
Use a fine-toothed eyelash comb to separate lashes before your mascara has a chance to dry.
Can You Use More Than One Color of Mascara at a Time?
Sure! Sometimes when I want to make my lashes appear longer, I'll use a brown/sable color first, then tip the lashes with black.
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