If you love playing with mascara, this one’s for you. While you’ve been applying mascara just one usual way all this while, the good news is that you can actually apply it in so many different styles and ways. From clumpy lashes to rainbow lashes—there are many ways of playing with mascara. To know all about them, scroll down…
 

Before you begin

Before you begin

Think you’re all about trying mascara styles? First, get your tools in order—a volumising mascara or a mascara are your choices. We suggest you go with the Lakmé Eyeconic Curling Mascara if you’re looking for a curling mascara. Its smudge-proof and waterproof formula makes this mascara absolutely weather-friendly. But if you’re looking for a volumising mascara, go with the Lakmé Absolute Flutter Secrets Dramatic Eyes Mascara.

 

XXL lashes

XXL lashes

If lash drama is all you care about, this one is right up your alley. Make sure you have a thin long wand for this and target each lash separately while applying mascara on each. Also ensure that you apply the mascara straight. Don’t try to curl them. This is why when trying XXL lashes, you need to hold the mascara vertically.

 

Clumpy lashes

Clumpy lashes

In this mascara style, you need to curl your lashes. Use a mascara that adds volume to your lashes and then wiggle. This is when your lashes will stick together and look clumpy.

 

Spider lashes

Spider lashes

Spider lashes aka chaotic lashes have been quite the big trend at fashion weeks. In this mascara style, the wand is bent towards the end and you basically move side to side, more like disheveled lashes. So if you’re ballsy enough to try new trends, give this one a shot.

 

Coloured lashes

Coloured lashes

Bored of the same old black mascara? Go for a bright coloured mascara like a royal blue or purple. Keep the rest of your face nude and let the pop of colour do the talking. If you want to go a notch higher, try rainbow lashes too!

 

Side-swept lashes

Side-swept lashes

Heard of side-swept curls, haven’t you? Well, this trend involves applying mascara in the side-swept style—a way where all your lashes stay on outer corners of your eyes. Use horizontal strokes and collect your lashes on the side so they stick together and form side-swept lashes.