2010年8月21日 星期六

How to Put Mascara On

How to Put Mascara On


>

> As a sissy I find leaning forward looking into the mirror closely seeing

> my pretty polished finger nails holding the mascara wand a very

> feminizing experience. It is something totally foreign to the male

> persona and is a very feminine gesture. As I see myself dressed in bra

> and slip, the rest of my eye work done and applying the Mascara it makes

> me feel ever so submissive and emasculated. It is such an obvious

> deviation from the male face, pretty massacred eye lashes, a tool often

> used by dominant females to show the sissy whose boss by making their

> mascara run from tears, streaking the face and humiliating them in front

> of guests then being scolded for having messy make up and sent off to

> replace it and then back again for inspection by all. Yes Mascara is a

> marvelous sissy training tool and should be practiced daily by the

> practical sissy or her owner.

>

> When you learn how to put mascara on, you're doing a great favor for

> your eyes. Mascara is the finishing touch to any eye shadow look and

> brings instant drama to your eyes. Not all mascara is created equal, so

> decide what your lashes need (volume, length, just some color, or all of

> the above) so that you won't be disappointed by the results when you

> learn how to apply it.




> Coating the Wand

>

> Once you've decided which color and type of mascara you would like to

> use from the collection of volumizers, lengtheners, natural tints,

> waterproof formulas, washable formulas, and more out there, it's time to

> coat the wand.

>

> What not to do: Many sissies tend to pump the mascara wand in and

> out of the tube. Don't do it! You'll shorten the life of your

> mascara by adding unnecessary bursts of air to the tube. The air will

> cause the mascara to dry out quickly, leaving you spending more money on

> new tubes and getting clumpy lashes in the meantime. Pumping also

> encourages bacteria to grow in your tube of mascara which can cause eye infections.


> What to do: Simply rotate the wand inside of the tube to evenly

> coat the bristles with the product. If you need more mascara after

> coating the lashes on one eye or you wish to go back for a second coat,

> insert the wand once, roll it around again, and reload the brush.





> Application: How to Put Mascara On

>

> Part of knowing how to put mascara on comes from the prep work mentioned

> above, which is coating the wand. You may also want to curl your lashes

> beforehand, too, though it isn't necessary, it's one more

> emasculating gesture every sissy should perform. Start by holding the

> wand horizontally along the underside of the lashes, at the roots.

> Wiggle the wand back and forth to really coat the roots and give the

> look of fuller lashes. Drag the wand through to the tips of the lashes

> and go through again until the desired effect is achieved.

>

> For extra drama, you can also coat the tops of the lashes. Start from

> the bottom and then do the same roots to tips method on the tops of the

> lashes. Go from the underside once more to keep the lashes from

> drooping.

>

> To apply to the lower lashes, you can hold the wand horizontally, though

> that may cause you to smudge mascara onto your skin unless your lashes

> are very thick. Another method is to hold the wand vertically and

> lightly glide the wand down the lengths of the lashes in short, downward

> motions, working from one side to the other. If you're going for a

> natural everyday look, you may want to skip the lower lashes completely.





> Dual-ended Mascaras

>

> Some mascaras come with a primer on one end and the colored formula on

> the other. These are just as easy to use as regular mascara, though they

> take another minute or so to apply. This is the best way for a sissy to

> apply mascara as a sissies eye lashes, unless already added or modified

> usually need little more thickness than a real woman's do to get

> the look of beauty that every sissy desires. First, apply the primer to

> the lashes on one eye. Then follow up with the mascara. Follow with the

> second eye.

>

> In most cases, this is the most effective way to apply primer and

> mascara combinations, though some formulas work best if you allow the

> primer to dry first. If you try applying mascara directly over wet

> primer and end up with grayish lashes, try letting the primer dry before

> applying the black or brown mascara.



> When One Coat Isn't Enough

>

> If you like drama, one coat probably will not be enough for your lashes.

> You'll want a second and perhaps even a third. The key to applying

> multiple coats of mascara is to never let one coat dry before applying

> the next. Applying wet mascara to already dry lashes will result in

> flaking and the dreaded "spider legs" appearance. Remember that the

> eyes and the lips are the most looked at portions of the body and

> providing a very pleasing face to look upon will win you points with

> your owner and impress guests. It will also make you more attractive to

> someone else you hope to meet.

>

> If there's a volumizing mascara you love and a lengthening you love as

> well, try doing one coat of each for the perfect, flirty lashes you're

> hoping for. People might not even believe they're real. Practice as much

> as possible and make sure you don't go to the slutty look. It does

> not look real; it makes you stand out in the wrong way. Try for that

> perfect look of innocence and pure beauty!

>

> This is another great makeup component to ask for help from a cosmetic

> dealer private or at a store. Just explain what you want to do and be

> sure to make it worth their while. Expert help from a real female will

> speed up your ability to look nice and to feel the power of a real woman

> over you. Always follow her advice to the letter and thank her for her

> help. Be polite and submissive and she may turn out to be able to help

> you with much, much more!

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