You already know that it is so hard to perfectly line the outside of your eyes. Envision attempting to put eyeliner on the internal edges of your eyes — a technique called tight-lining.
It’s not fun, however some beauty masters like the look so much, they can’t live without it.
Sadly, a three-woman study from Canada’s University of Waterloo demonstrates its likely not a good idea — in the event that you hadn’t speculated that as of now.
Specialist Alison Ng used video tracking to analyze the amount of Avon’s “Glimmerstick” eyeliner that made its way into the eye’s tear film (its top layer) when it was put both inside and outside of the lash line.
At the point when the liner was near to the eye, it appeared in the eye itself within five to 10 minutes of utilization. Following two hours, thankfully, the bits had dispersed from the tear film of all participant’s eyes.
However, when eyes were tight-lined, 15 to 30 percent more liner bits moved into the eye than when cosmetics stayed outside the lash line. Can someone say,
As per Ng, this is the first study to analyze the way eyeliner moves into the eye itself. She’s trusting her outcomes will be mulled over by those considering contact lenses and eye health. As you may envision, having an eye brimming with pigmented particles is definitely anything but natural.
Don’t feel awful on the off chance that you could never ace tight-lining — turns out, its better that way.