This might be one of the most retarded tutorials in all of tutorial history.... I wouldn't know..
But I WANT TO do it anyway, so please enjoy... LOL well at least try to!
Has this ever happened to you?
*le me in the midst of applying eye make up
OH GAWD WHY DOES MY CONTACT LENS HAVE TO BE SO GOD DAMN DRY NOW?!!
If I drip the contact lens solution directly, there are some possible consequences:
My eyeliner may smudge AND GET INTO MY EYE
My fake eyelashes may become wet and wouldn't stick and I have to repaste them
The solution may overflow and RUIN MY FOUNDATION!!! (refer to pic below)
So here's how I solve it!
Instead of dripping the lens solution in directly (and I usually squeeze too much solution out, cannot control...), I used a Q-tip to help!
This minimizes the "overflowing" and it doesn't hurt at all if you are gentle! :)
I am hoping no one jabs their eye accidentally cause of my tutorial.. *fingers crossed*
*le contact lens not dry anymore~~
YOU AMAZING BITCH OF A Q-TIP! :D
Okay this may only apply to people who apply really thick foundation and eye make up like me but..
YOU'LL NEVER KNOW!
Like maybe one day you need to do dramatic make up for a photoshoot or a performance and your eyes are dry as hell during the process of applying make up?
For me it feels really crazily dry when I'm applying mascara and I need to open my eyes all the way and can't blink else it'll smudge T~T
I shall choose to believe that this tutorial will help at least one person out there.... I think! LOL
Till my next post,
Thanks for reading, love you all!