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Do you wear mascara on your bottom lashes?

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RattleAndRoll Wed 24-Jun-15 14:36:37

That's it really.

I don't as I find they become really thick and spidery, and all I can see is my eyelashes when I look in the mirror. But I wonder if I need a different mascara to my top lashes.

keeponkeepinon Wed 24-Jun-15 14:40:46

Yes but I avoid all thickening/lengthening etc mascaras at all costs as I hate the clumpy effect they have. I like a fluffy brush and product that darkens my lashes and nothing more.

NKfell Wed 24-Jun-15 14:41:29

I do- I just do one brush though.

If I have false lashes on the top then I use a lower lash mascara by Clinique.

My usual mascara is DiorShow and I love it. It has a massive brush and doesn't clog up although it is expensive and needs replacing faster than some other brands.

AMcoffeeLover Wed 24-Jun-15 14:53:46

If I wear mine on my lower lashes it slides down my face. I've tried so many brands but nothing sticks.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Wed 24-Jun-15 14:59:18

No, mine are longer than the top ones (some design fault there I reckon)

With the top ones, I curl and use "They're Real" one coat over a primer mascara. (Otherwise my eyelashes are rubbish sad )

GinBunny Wed 24-Jun-15 15:00:44

Nope, I too look like a spider if I put mascara on them. Not the best look.

PurpleDaisies Wed 24-Jun-15 15:02:54

No, don't like the look at all.

boxofholes Wed 24-Jun-15 15:06:50

No, my lashes are pretty dark anyway I get the spider look with mascara on the bottom ones.

GinUpGirl Wed 24-Jun-15 15:09:05

Yes I do. I don't get a spidery look.

HelenF350 Wed 24-Jun-15 15:36:20

Max factor masterpiece max waterproof looks great on lower lashes (and upper for that matter).

cuntyMcCunterson Wed 24-Jun-15 15:44:47

Yes, is ways have. I use benefit they're real and usually out 2/3 coats on top lashes and 1/2 on bottom ones

Jacksterbear Wed 24-Jun-15 16:29:35

Yes - v thin coat, for colour not for volume. I have v fair hair and lashes and would look odd and mismatched with top-lash-only mascara.

Charityworker34 Wed 24-Jun-15 16:49:59

Clinique Lash Power has a teeny brush and is great applied very lightly to lower lashes

Nightboattocairo Wed 24-Jun-15 16:51:34

My eyes look larger when I don't but I can't help applying a tiny weeny layer, it feels 'finished' !

Loafline Wed 24-Jun-15 16:58:07

No i don't, no eyeliner either - i just look odd with eyeliner.

MitzyLeFrouf Wed 24-Jun-15 17:00:51

Yes, my eyes look odd if I don't. Mascara on the bottom lashes gives that wide eyed look that I like.

poppym12 Wed 24-Jun-15 17:03:00

I just wipe an almost dry brush across them to add a bit of colour. I find this makes me look more awake slightly less sickly

noddyholder Wed 24-Jun-15 17:05:39

No never

AmethystMoon Wed 24-Jun-15 17:05:54

Yes I also use the Clinuque lower lash mascara. Does a great job. Never seen any others for sale. I'd like a cheaper one!

Pumpkinette Wed 24-Jun-15 17:06:05

I do but only a light coat, usually with whats left on the wand after the first coat on the top. I have pale eyelashes and I need to otherwise the look odd compared to the top lashes. I have occasionally had the spider look but I find this only happens with brand new or almost dead mascara.

PetiteBateau Wed 24-Jun-15 17:11:15

Yes I do. Mine aren't spidery

thebeesankles Wed 24-Jun-15 17:18:19

Interdental brushes are handy for lower lashes if you don't want the clumpy look.

daftyburd Wed 24-Jun-15 17:24:26

No but I have bottom lashes as long as the top ones. If I put mascara on them I have that 60's Twiggy, false bottom lash look.

JennyOnAPlate Wed 24-Jun-15 17:26:53

No. Every time I try it just ends up under my eyes and I look like a panda.

WellTidy Wed 24-Jun-15 18:34:02

It always rubs off under my eyes too! I have to wipe it away within a couple of hours and it never stays on. This is depsite it sticking well to my upper lashes.

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