A few weeks ago, I was scrolling through various beauty blogs and websites and I came across and article that was telling outlining all the ways that I was putting mascara on wrong, which I did not know that I could even do! One tip that I took away from this that when applying mascara instead of doing three or four really heavy coats of mascara, mascara should be applied in very thin coats, and should be allied in thirty quick coats. THIRTY COATS, I thought that this was absolute madness, the only way that I could see this ending was with really clumpy mascara that was going to take an endless amount of makeup remover to get off. But the next morning when I was applying my makeup, all I could think about was those thirty coats of mascara and when it came time for me to apply mascara I grabbed my new favorite mascara Charlotte Tilbury’s Full Fat Lashes Mascara, brushed off a majority of the product and went for it, expecting nothing but disaster. As I continued to comb though my lashes, I was pleasantly surprised. I thought that this was going to take forever and only have catastrophic results, but in actuality it didn’t take any longer than it would normally to apply mascara, and my lashed were actually extremely voluminous and not clumpy at all, my lashed were actually more separated than they usually were. I think it is safe to say that this is definitely going to be a tip and trick that I put into practice on a regular basis.