A black French beauty brand has released a tutorial on how to apply black French Mascara to your cheeks.
The French brand, Mascarell, has been on the hunt for a black mascara for some time, but its been a tough one to find.
They have been searching for the perfect black mascara to cover all the dark spots around your cheeks, but they haven’t found it yet.
So now, Mabell has released an application tutorial.
The tutorial shows you how to use the black mascara with just two coats of a single black mascara and a small amount of water to create the perfect mascara look.
The two coats are applied with a sponge applicator, which is a fancy way of saying you use a toothpick.
The first thing you will notice about this mascara is the fact that it’s not watery like most black mascaras.
You can apply a few drops of water onto your brush and then apply the second coat.
Mabello recommends using the same brush as the first coat.
That means you’ll need to apply it from the base of your cheekbone to the tip of your nose.
After that, it’s just a matter of using a light touch to the brush.
After applying the black French mascara, the mascara is ready to wear.
The first coat of black mascara is extremely pigmented, so you will want to let it dry for at least 30 seconds before applying the second layer.
After 30 seconds, the black color will start to show up on your face.
After your mascara is dry, you can add a small dab of the product into the brush, or use a tissue or even your finger to apply the black pigment.
Once the black is fully applied, the product will stay on your skin for up to 10 minutes.
It’s not too sticky, and there’s no clumping, so it won’t stick to your skin after a while.
The final step is to wear the mascara and put it on.
You should notice the dark circles in your cheeks starting to disappear within the first hour of wearing the mascara.
I know I noticed the black lines in my cheeks while wearing the black makeup and it was an immediate relief.
After a day or so, your cheeklines will start looking even more dramatic.
It is an incredible effect, and Mabel has taken a lot of time to craft this mascara to achieve.
If you have any questions about black makeup, we’re here to help. Just ask.