Make up Artists and Mascara?

#1
Hi Everyone,

I hope someone on here can enlighten me! I have just started a make up course and have been getting all excited about getting a kit together! Then a question hit me about Mascara, if you are making someone up, how do you use mascara with out risk of cross infection? Is it just a case of washing the brush everytime? Or do you rely on false lashes?

Thanks :hug:
 

Jen Smith

theHOTWAXroom
#2
Hi Everyone,

I hope someone on here can enlighten me! I have just started a make up course and have been getting all excited about getting a kit together! Then a question hit me about Mascara, if you are making someone up, how do you use mascara with out risk of cross infection? Is it just a case of washing the brush everytime? Or do you rely on false lashes?

Thanks :hug:
You can buy disposable mascara brushes ... job solved :)
 

#3
Ah ha! Now why didn't I think of that :lol:

Thanks for your speedy reply!
 

#4
hiya i got a great tip when i used to do body shop at home, when you get a new mascara, cut the wand off, stops the habit of using that wand and saves the question of where to put it. hope that helps
esther xxx
 

pazzy

Well-Known Member
#5
Yes disposable mascara wands are perfect. I was alwasy taught at college to use 2 seperate wands one for each eye .
 

oey

Well-Known Member
#6
This is how we were taught at college too but I do love the brush that comes with the Max Factor Masterpiece mascara, what I have decided to do is to save the brushes as I come to the end of the tube and I can then wash/sterilise them in between clients and still be able to use the "perfect brush".
 

chantell simone

Well-Known Member
#7
Yes disposable mascara wands are perfect. I was alwasy taught at college to use 2 seperate wands one for each eye .
this is the exact answer i would give, its all about hygiene
 
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