6 Mascaras For Dreamy Lower Lashes
You did it: You finally found a mascara you absolutely love. It gives you all the dramatic volume, length and curl your makeup-obsessed heart could ever dream of. The one caveat? It gets all over your under-eye area when you try to define your bottom fringe. While a Q-Tip soaked in makeup remover can help clean-up the mess, you may want to consider investing in another tube. However, this new product isn’t to replace the formula you love, but to complement it. That’s right ladies, it’s okay to have a different mascara for your upper and your lower lashes: It’s the easiest way to achieve a fluttery look without having to touch up your eye area post-application. Check out these formulations designed to play up even the teeniest, tiniest eyelashes:
Clinique Bottom Lash Mascara
Buy It: $12; macys.com
This tube is small, but mighty. Inside is a smudge-proof mascara specifically designed to coat every single bottom lash from root to tip. For baby ones, hold the miniature brush tip vertically and wiggle it on.
Avon Mega Effects
Buy It: $10; avon.com
This formula can be used on your upper lashes too. The way it’s able to give you three-hundred and sixty-degree coverage? It’s one-of-a-kind applicator. Its horizontal brush can be positioned in multiple different angles, so you can achieve maximum fringe benefits.
Pixi Lower Lash Mascara
Buy It: $11; target.com
Its ultra-skinny design lets you coat all those hard to reach lashes. Plus, the water-resistant formula will stay put all day even if your eyes are sensitive or prone to running.
Wet n Wild MegaSlim Skinny Mascara
Buy It: $14; amazon.com
Say goodbye to invisible-looking lashes. This mascara’s deep black pigment paired with its slender brush highlights itty bitty lashes that need a boost.
Givenchy Phenomen’Eyes Mascara
Buy It: $32; neimanmarcus.com
Define upper and lower lashes with this ball-shaped applicator. Its spherical form targets every eyelash while coating them with a volumizing and curling formula.