Mascara wands come in different shapes - hourglass, spherical and wavy, does it really matter which one you choose?
Wand shapes do make a difference, you can take the same mascara and apply it with different brushes and get completely different looks.
The formula has a huge impact as well because the formula and the brush have to work together, you wouldn’t want a formula that lengthens but a brush that gives volume.
If you want a quick easy basic application of only using one or two coats of mascara, use a wand that deposits a lot product so that those few swipes will completely coat your lashes.
Choose a wand with a wide core this will pick up a lot of mascara and delivers it to the base of the lashes.
CoverGirl Clump Crusher mascara is great for a quick application.
The tight spacing between bristles is smaller than the usual clump size - so clumps won’t start forming on the brush, giving a nice even application!
Next time you are looking deciding which wand to try, here is a neat trick to remember - how the wand looks is how it's going to apply. For example: A thick and fluffy brush will give voluminous, fluffy lashes.
Long, voluminous and thick lashes are what almost all women want from mascara.
To pump up lashes, choose a wand that is big and fluffy.
Physician's Formula Organic Wear 100% Natural Origin Jumbo Lash Mascara is not only Eco-friendly but also maximizes and intensifies lash volume.
Pixi Beauty Large Lash Mascara uses Vitamin E to strengthen and condition lashes. Its large brush defines and separates for a clump-free finish that won't smudge.
Fluttery, Defined Lashes
For definition, separation and length, smaller brushes - ones with closely spaced bristles are the best tool.
Ball tipped brushes also allow you to get extreme definition because the smaller shape allows you to get from root to tip, and to evenly coat each and every lash individually.
It Cosmetics Hello Lashes Mascara - is formulated with peptides, proteins and jojoba to keep lashes soft and healthy.
L'Oréal Voluminous Butterfly Mascara extends and lifts outer corner lashes to give you a winged-out effect.
Curl and Lift
Choose a brush that mirrors the effect you're looking for – if you want curl, curved brushes are what you want or you can also try one that looks like an hourglass - the shape gives you the lift and curl of a curved brush while also getting to every lash.
Flower Beauty Zoom-In Twist 3 in 1 Ultimate Mascara - Lengthens, Curls & Thickens with a twist of the wand cap. My absolute favorite!
Benefit Roller Lash Mascara – this mascara was inspired by hair rollers, it curls and lifts lasjes without clumping.
Sometimes I like to make my own mascara cocktail by using two or more mascaras to achieve the look I want. Other times I find mascaras that have done the work for me!
CoverGirl's Bombshell Volume mascara was inspired by women who like to combine mascaras.
One side of the mascara is a volumizing formula and brush and the other side is a thinner formula that, through the use of a different brush, adds intensity and depth of color, One side volume – other side lengthens!
L'Oreal Paris Voluminous Million Lashes Mascara has a unique brush designed to amplify and separate lashes while building volume and the built-in Clean Sweep Wiping System wipes the brush free of clumps leaving the perfect amount of mascara for a volumized lash look.
I hope you found this look at Mascara wands helpful!
What is your favorite wand to use?