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Mally Roncal’s Secret to Lush Lashes

Celebrity Makeup Artist and President/Founder of Mally Beauty has shared her secret to lash lashes. Instead of relying on your mascara to do most of the work, rely on intuition and tools.

To score thick, curled and separated lashes start with using an eyelash curler in a 3 Step Curl. Begin at the base of your lashes and gently curl. Next, use the curler in the middle of lashes. Finally, give a gentle squeeze on the end of your eyelashes to open them up for an ultimate lift.

Use a loose powder on lashes to thicken them. I like to just dab some on with my fingertips or a makeup brush. To help you reach your entire lash, gently push your finger into your crease and lift upward. Layer on 1 coat of mascara to seal in the thickness. Apply a second and final coat of mascara in a zig-zagging motion to help separate and define lashes.

If you really want to make your lashes pop, ad just a section of false lashes to the outer corners of your eyes. Extend your liner out in an upward motion like you are making a cat eye, but don’t go too far out. It will give the illusion of even longer lashes without the drama/heaviness of winged liner.

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Every time I use a lash curler – it yanks my eyelashes out!

Nice tip, thanks so much… will have to try it out!

Great tip for me, my eyelashes are so fair and straight! Thank-you!

that’s a secret i wont soon forget!


Would never have thought of using powder as a thickening agent!


This would be great. My eyelashes are thin!


Mally is all about the lashes! Good tips.

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I am continuously browsing online for tips that can assist me.
Thank you!


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