Do you wear mascara on your lower lashes? Adding some volume and definition to your bottom lashes can open your eyes, making your face appear more awake. However, applying a traditional mascara to these delicate, short lashes often makes them look spidery or clumpy. One solution is lower lash mascara, which has a smaller brush than mascara for your top lashes. We love Tarte’s Bottoms Up Lower Lash Mascara
($16 at Sephora
) because its tapered brush allows you to coat and separate your tiniest lashes. If you don’t feel like splurging on an additional product, you can use your regular mascara on your bottom lashes too. The trick is to simply touch the mascara wand to your lashes instead of pulling it through, which can cause that wet, stuck-together look.