All women like long, thick, dark and curvy eyelashes. A mascara is a cosmetic product that is use to define the eyes and make them look beautiful and attractive.
Types of mascara:
Powder Mascara: They are available in powder form. One needs to add few drops of water and apply it using a wand. It gives the look of artificial eyelashes.
Cream Mascara: Cream mascara adds thickness and length to the eyelashes. It should be applied carefully as it gets smudge easily.
Liquid mascara: They are the most common mascara that is used by most women. They curl the lashes and give them an enhanced shape that looks attractive. Waterproof and non-waterproof liquid mascara are available in the market.
Women who wear contact lenses or have sensitive eyes should select the mascara with care. Sensitive eyes get easily affected by the elements present in the mascara. They may cause itchiness, redness, pain, swelling and watering of the eyes. If this is not taken care of it may prove to be harmful and may cause damage to the eyes.
How to select mascara for sensitive eyes:
Buy mascara which has natural components in it. Avoid using one with harsh chemicals.
One should always consider the mascara that is made for sensitive eyes only.
The mascara should be checked and tested by dermatologist and skin experts.
One should choose natural or organic mascara for delicate eyes.
There are a number of brands available in the markets that are made from natural ingredients like Shea butter, Jojoba oil, Aloe Vera, etc. They are especially made for sensitive and delicate eyes. They give you the best appearance without causing any damage to your eyes.
Application and maintenance of mascara for sensitive eyes:
Be careful while applying the mascara. The mascara is not applied too close to the roots of the lashes as this will block the moisture reaching to the eyes and will cause dryness and itchiness of the eyes. Maintaining the mascara is also very important. It should be changed every six months. One should also avoid sharing the mascara to avoid transfer of bacteria and germs that may lead to eye problems.