Mascara and glasses?

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Dec 09, 2012

Grace D.

I just recently got glasses (yesterday) and I have no clue what kind of mascara to use! I normally use a Clinique or Rimmel lash volumizing mascara. So, what type of mascara should I use? Thanks!

Dec 09, 2012

Amanda L.

Urban Decay Big Fatty!

Dec 09, 2012

Nadine S.

I wear glasses and mascara too. To be honest since I have long lashes they always touch the lenses. Use something not extremely volumizing. Simple mascara teddy bear brush mascara not rubber bristle ones 

Julia A.

Dec 09, 2012

Julia A.

When you get your mascara, make sure that it's not always touching your glasses, trust me, it's annoying:/

Dec 09, 2012

Grace D.

thanks guys! so helpful! should i curl them? would it help, so they wouldn't touch?

Dec 09, 2012

Allix B.

I had glasses for a while and yeah it can get annoying! I would definitely say you should curl them! It keeps the out the way and makes them look great! :) hope this helps 

Dec 09, 2012

Sa J.

Also it depends what kind of prescription you have, if your lenses are magnifying ones you'll need less mascara since the lenses magnify your eyes. Otherwise I'd go for something not too thick, and flaky since it might be rubbing against the lenses. 

Dec 09, 2012

Ashley S.

Always let your mascara dry before you put your glasses on. Black lines on your lenses aren't a good look. ;)

Dec 10, 2012

Courtney B.

I second what Ashley said, definitely make sure your mascara is dry before putting your glasses on. I don't think you need to switch mascaras unless what you're using is bumping your lenses. I curl my lashes every day and I never have a problem with my lashes bumping up against my lenses.

Dec 12, 2012

Victoria M.

One with a dry formula. If you prefer high end try Lancôme but I you prefer the drugstore/department store try mega plush by maybelline

Racheal P.

Dec 12, 2012

Racheal P.

It doesn't matter as long as you curl your lashes first

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