Root Stamping

Root stamping is a technique used to create a more defined and voluminous look for the lashes. It involves using a small brush or wand to apply mascara directly to the roots of the lashes, rather than just coating the tips. By concentrating the product at the base of the lashes, it creates the appearance of thicker and fuller lashes.

How to root stamp?

To perform root stamping, start by selecting a mascara that is specifically designed for this technique, as it will typically have a smaller brush or wand that is easier to manoeuvre close to the lash line. Then, starting at the inner corner of the eye, gently wiggle the brush or wand at the roots of the lashes, moving outward towards the outer corner of the eye. Repeat this process on both the upper and lower lashes for a more defined look.

Root stamping is a great technique for those who want to enhance their lashes without the use of false lashes or extensions. It can be particularly useful for those with naturally sparse lashes, as it creates the appearance of more volume and thickness. Additionally, it is a quick and easy technique that can be incorporated into a daily makeup routine. When selecting a mascara for root stamping, look for one that is formulated to provide volume and hold. Waterproof formulas can also be beneficial, as they will help to prevent smudging or flaking throughout the day. It is important to avoid using too much product, as this can lead to clumping and a less natural-looking result.