Contact lens solution for makeup? I am sure, it leaves you shocked, isn’t it? Here, at StyleCraze we always love to share exclusive tips and tricks to help you get the best. Learn our secret tips on how to use a simple contact lens solution for makeup in 5 different ways! Go grab your makeup products and contact lens solution and try out these tips. You will surely be amazed on how versatile it turns out to be!
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5 Amazing Uses Of Contact Lens Solution For Makeup:
Now is that you can add more elements to your beauty with these makeup tips using contact lens solution:
1. Fix Dried Mascara:
You bought an expensive mascara and unknowingly left it. Soon after you have realized that, it turned dry and clumped. What would you do? Some people add a little baby oil or water to get back its consistency. But this can only mess up the application. Most of us might have undergone this situation. Isn’t it? Now, you can save your mascara!
Take your contact lens solution and add good 5 drops of the liquid to the mascara bottle. If your mascara is some months old and flaky, then adding about 8 drops of the contact lens solution will help. By doing this, the dry formula melts well to revive the formula. Please remember not to take a lot of contact solution, as it might create too much of greasiness and liquid to the mascara formula. Thereby, you might notice your mascara running, fading and creasing faster on your eyelids. Now, close the cap of the mascara back. The soft and moist formula of the contact lens solution will help in adding some moisture to the dried mascara.
2. Intensify Your Eyeshadows:
Love wearing vivid, intense and soft eye makeup, but frustrated with the dull look of the eyeshadows once applied to the eyes? Do you wish to give brighter color intensity to your eye makeup?
Then, simply dampen your eyeshadow brush with contact lens solution and then take your favourite eyeshadows. Please remember not to wet your brush too much with the lens solution. Or else the eye shadow will start running down from your eyes. Just dampen it with the solution. Now, the eyeshadow color will appear brighter and intense!
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3. Fix Flaky Eye Liner:
Not able to achieve a thin, precise and neat eyeliner look? The formula might have dried out and turned flaky.
Simply revive it by adding 3 drops of contact lens solution to the liquid eyeliner. Mix it gently and you will have moist, fresh and creamy formula which will spread evenly on your eyes.
4. Make Your Own Colored Eye Liners:
Love applying different colored eye liners, but does your tight budget stop you from trying new things? Then, this makeup hack will blow your mind.
Simply mix your favourite eyeshadow color with some contact lens solution in a clean container. There you will have an amazing, intense and bright colored liquid eyeliner. Green, pink, blue to black can turn any eyeshadow into eyeliner instantly! The most amazing thing about this tip is that you can even use your waste broken eyeshadow in making your eye liner.
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5. Clean Up Your Waterline For Kajal:
Does your favourite kajal appear faded and dull on your eyes?
Simply dip a clean cotton bud in some contact lens solution. Now run it on your waterline to clean it up perfectly prior to the application of your kajal. The most important tip to remember is to wait for a few seconds to let the solution dry off completely from your eyes. Now you can layer kajal to show up brighter.
There you have 5 amazing ways to use your contact lens solution for makeup. So, would you try these makeup hacks to look beautiful? Do not forget to share your experiences with us in the comment section below.
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