Introduction: What is a Chanel Eye Shape?
Chanel is a luxury brand that offers a variety of make-up choices. One product they release, which is new to the market, is their mascara set. This includes 3 deluxe mascaras each in black, brown and blue along with an eyelash curler and a brush for application. All products are housed in an attractive zippered case with matching color designs on the outside for easy access when traveling. The mascara sets are specifically designed for Asian eyes, which has been a criticism for brands in the past. The idea behind these new releases is to provide an alternative to Asian women who wear make-up but do not want to expose their real eyelashes. It also provides a safe alternative for Asian women who wear fake eyelashes on a regular basis but find them difficult to maintain.
Chanel is very popular in East Asia, and this targeted release may have been inspired by Chinese superstition. A common belief among Chinese women is to wear black make-up on vacation. Black or dark-colored objects are believed to bring luck and things will go well for the person wearing them. Some people go so far as to wear black clothing during holidays or special occasions as it suggests wealth or superiority. The use of false eyelashes is often associated with this superstition because they are relatively uncommon in China. Additionally, many people, including celebrities, wear false eyelashes for the sake of appearance. Whether or not Chanel is trying to showcase their brand and the reputation it holds among Asian countries, this may be a good marketing ploy for their business to expand in Asia.
Why You Shouldn’t Always Gaze at Your Eyes in the Mirror When Wearing Mascara
When applying mascara, women often make the mistake of staring at their natural lashes in the mirror to assess if they have enough product on them. This is a huge no-no because it makes you aware of your real eyelashes, which distracts you from seeing if your fake lashes are evenly coated with mascara. It also makes you aware of the amount that is on your lashes and prevents you from applying coats of mascara, which makes your lashes look darker, longer and thicker.
Instead, after applying mascara, make a habit of glancing in the mirror at your lips. You can see if any of your fake lash hairs have fallen out and requires replacing.
Also, whenever you get a new type of mascara to try, practice not staring at your eyes in the mirror before using it. If you don’t test it first, you will find that the mascara doesn’t work at all on your lashes and look like they’re missing an eye shadow by the end of the day.
Always test your mascara on the inside corner of your eye first as this is the place where you will be able to see if any flakes have fallen out. If you don’t, it could lead to a huge smudge mark on your cheek or tear duct area by the end of the day.
What is one of the Best & Worst Way to Apply Mascara?
Applying mascara is a very personal preference so you can do what works best for you. Some women like to make their lashes look bigger by applying mascara in multiple layers, while others prefer thickness. It all depends on your preference and the type of lashes that you have. If you have short and thick eyelashes, then piling on coats can create a false lash effect that is undesirable. For women who use fake lashes, application should be done in a single coat. This will give the illusion of longer, thicker lashes without making them look fake.
Some women use eyelash curlers before applying mascara, while others apply mascara after using the curler. There are no right or wrong ways to do this, as long as your eyelashes look good and you enjoy doing your makeup that way. If you are using an eyelash curler, then be sure to trim any stray eye lashes before applying mascara. You should also curl the lashes in small batches. Curling too many at once can put too much pressure on the eye lashes, which can cause damage. It is also important to hold the eyelash curler at the right angle. Holding it too far away will not create a tight enough curl and holding it too closely can crush the lashes.
How Does Your Eyeshadow and Mascara Pairing Affect Your Looks?
If you choose to pair your eyeshadow with your mascara, then you need to make sure that the colors are complimentary. A beautiful combination is bronze eyeshadow and black mascara for a smokey eye. Bronze can be paired with black by using a smoky bronzer and then in the lash line, you can use a very small amount of black mascara. The color from the eyeshadow along with the mascara will create a smoky effect without overshadowing your original eye color.
Mascara is used to fill in sparse eyebrows or lost hair. The right mascara can be the difference between eyebrows that are sparse or overabundant. Mascara does not make your eyebrows look full, but it does help recreate the shape and thickness of your brows for a polished, professional look. The wrong mascara can make your brows appear spiderlike instead of natural and blend out the edges of your eyes when you apply a thick coat of makeup.
A wonderful trick that anyone can use to check the color of their eye shadow is to hold your eyes up to a mirror. When you use an eyeshadow and mascara that are complementary, you should have an eye color that resembles your natural eye color. If you’re testing your look with light shadows, then you may be able to see a different colored shadow underneath the eye. If you add more shadow and mascara, you may be able to see the color of your eye in the mirror.
Conclusion: The Complete Guide to Finding the Best Chanel Mascara Set & How It Fits Your Eye Shape
When shopping for a new mascara, keep a few things in mind. The first is the amount of product that you want to see on your eyelashes. If you want a dramatic effect, then buy one that has larger bristles. If you prefer a natural look, then purchase one with smaller bristles. A good tip to keep in mind is that bigger bristles will not make your lashes look thicker. You will need to apply several coats to get the thickness that you want. If you want a more dramatic look, then add one or two coats of a mascara that has large bristles. Think about how much product you want to see on your lashes. A little goes a long way because once it starts to dry, it will start to flake off as soon as you begin to blink. At the bottom of this article are links to several mascara sets that I have found on Amazon.