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"There are do-all mascaras that promise thick, defined, mile-long lashes with the swipe of a wandbut experts say that these aren`t the way to go. A single tube can pack only so many effective ingredients, and formulas usually have to sacrifice one benefit for another. "If you want a specific effect, look for a specialized type," says makeup artist Troy Surratt. The resins and waxes in a curling mascara lift and bend stick-straight lashes, while a lengthening formula`s nylon fibers act as extensions on short ones. And the brush matters, too: If it`s big and bushy, that`s how your lashes will look. A brush with spiky plastic bristles separates."
Personally, I prefer a real bristle brush as opposed toa plastic pokey one. I feel like those really get into my lashes, and makes them look the fullest which is how I like them to look. What kind of brush do you guys prefer?
[As reported on Allure by JOLENE EDGAR, BROOKE LE POER TRENCH, HEATHER MUIR AND ELIZABETH SIEGEL]