No Mascara, No Problem

In case you’ve misplaced observe, your make-up is outdated—actually outdated. Great ladies and Great Lash have gone hand in hand for the reason that third millennium when Cleopatra began coating her lashes in goop. Now there’s mascara to thicken, to elongate, to separate, and mascara routines for while you want all three. There are mascaras for simply the little lashes on the backside. Mascaras with wands that appear like this. High finish and drugstore. Regular, waterproof, and tubing. There’s brown and black, blacker, blackest—there’s each coloration of the rainbow. You can prime, curl, elevate. You should purchase falsies, half strips or people, and you may even get them (semi)completely glued on.

But what should you toss the mascara altogether? (You in all probability have to, it is perhaps expired.) You’re left together with your pure eye form for one, and lashes that in all probability aren’t as quick and wimpy as you bear in mind. As make-up artist Taka Okada demonstrates, a mascara-less eye look could be a good change of tempo—one that appears recent however nonetheless completed. One much less step, with a surprisingly elegant outcome.

Cassie photographed by Tom Newton. Makeup by Taka Okada. Styled by Lilli Millhiser. Hair by Kayo Fujita.

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