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The Myrabelle Mascara Shield – Say Goodbye to the Mascara Smudges and Mascara Spider Legs on your Eyes!

October 14, 2012

Once you start using the Mascara Shield you will never stop. I for one, always used to get my black mascara on the top of my eyelids when applying it. An absolute nuisance, as I normally apply mascara after I have put on my eye-shadow, which means I had to go and try to very gently remove the black spider legs from my eyelids without disturbing my eye make-up. Not very easy!

The answer to my prayers is the Mascara Shield.  Such a simple innovative idea…

This small Pink Shield has a curved shaped top which fits perfectly under your bottom and top lashes. By placing the Mascara Shield behind the upper lashes ensuring to line up the the edge along the roots of the lashes, just pull up slightly while pressing VERY GENTLY against the eyelid and apply mascara. For the bottom lashes, place the Mascara Shield under the lashes and apply mascara. Wipe the Mascara Shield clean between applications.

Its small compact designs means it will fit into any make-up bag. For me it’s now an essential makeup tool! The Mascara Shield has lot of other uses too. Check these out:

  • Combing lashes to separate them
  • Applying eye shadow or glitter without fallout on the lashes, cheekbones or in the eyes
  • Applying eye liner thin or smudgy exactly along the lash line
  • Tinting eyelashes safely
  • Adhering strips of false eyelashes or prosthetics & holding them down till dry without using fingertips to do so
  • Adding individual eyelashes & using mascara to blend them with the real one
  • Shielding lashes while airbrushing makeup
  • Inserting contact lenses or eye drops
  • Used as a template to fill in eyebrows arches
  • Used as a template to add a pout to the bottom lip

Mascara ShieldThe Mascara Shield costs €13.99/£11 and would make an ideal Gift for any girl, It is available to purchase at www.SecretFashionFixes.ie website

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One Comment
  1. Greetings! Very useful advice within this article!
    It’s the little changes that will make the largest changes. Thanks a lot for sharing!

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