To lash out like the lovely Courteney Cox, recommends wiggling a waterproof, no-flake mascara wand along the roots of lower lashes, then tapping each lash while holding the wand vertically. Wait two minutes, then gently curl lashes with a Sephora Lower Lash Curler.

Which mascara to use? CoverGirl LashBlast, my hands-down new favorite mascara, is now available in a waterproof formula! Lash Blast supersizes and volumizes, with no clumps. I love how it makes me look like “that girl” – you know the one with the ridiculously fab lashes? Yeah, well…that’s me now.

Here’s another lower lash tip: Last month, I had an opportunity to learn some tricks of the trade from CoverGirl celebrity makeup artist, Molly R. Stern. She said that if you wear a slightly lighter shade of mascara on your lower lashes than on your upper lashes (i.e. – very black on top, black on bottom), your wide-eyed look will look more natural. And at $8 a pop, you can afford to splurge and buy two tubes.

Cover Girl Lash Blast Mascara is available at your local drugstore.

3 Comments on Lush Lower Lashes

  1. lui
    March 1, 2008 at 1:54 AM (10 years ago)

    All the comments on the main website and from other reviewing sites seem to not like this product. Is it really that great?

  2. JennBee
    March 1, 2008 at 3:37 AM (10 years ago)

    Excellent tips, thanks 🙂 I’ve kinda wanted to try this mascara, too, but didn’t know if it was any good.

  3. Daneen :)
    March 1, 2008 at 3:40 AM (10 years ago)

    Yes. I really do love this mascara. I love it more than DiorShow. I didn’t think I could get down with the rubber bristles, because I’ve had bad experiences with other mascaras and their rubber bristles. But Lash Blast goes on clump-free, it doesn’t feel dry (like DiorShow and some others can get) and it’s half the price that I’d typically pay for mascara. My reviews are always my 100% honest opinion. Lash Blast may not work for everyone, but it works perfectly for me.