Keep Mascara Like New Using Cocoa Butter Formula

Edited by Jessica, Sluderml, Eng, Evgeny Vasiliev

Hi everyone. Welcome to VisiHow. My name is Jessica and today I'm going to show you how to keep your mascara like brand-new. All we're going to need is two simple things.


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    We're going to need any kind of mascara, new or old.
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    We're also going to need cocoa butter formula. It's cocoa oil and this is good for scars, stretch marks, it's amazing for all sorts of different skin things.
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    What we're going to do is take our mascara brush out of our mascara.
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    We're going to place one drop right into our mascara and swish it around a little bit.
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    As we can see, the mascara brush is nice and oily, which is exactly what we want. We want our mascara to last a long time. We don't want it to last a couple months, then have to get rid of it and have to get a new one.
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Categories : Makeup & Cosmetics

Recent edits by: Eng, Sluderml, Jessica

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