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Q: My lashes seem skimpy. What can I do to make them look fuller?
A. The right mascara and the way you apply it can make all the difference. Here are some tips that should help.
As you apply your mascara, move the brush in a slight side-to-side motion as you stroke upwards. This builds fullness between each lash. Color is another way to add impact.
Another tip. Look for a mascara made to thicken and condition lashes. I think conditioning is important if your lashes are thin or fragile.
Great-Lash Mascara by Maybelline is my favorite. With Great-Lash, your lashes can’t get any thicker. It conditions, and it hypoallergenic and ophthalmologist tested, so it’s safe for contact lenses.
– Lynda Carter
Fashion and Beauty Director, Maybelline
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