Let's face honest; it happens to each container of mascara after some time. The issue is it dries out and after that begins to frame ugly protuberances. To keep this, don't pump your mascara attempting to get more on your wand; you're mainly pumping air into the tube making it dry out considerably quicker.
In spite of the fact that mascara ought to be supplanted each 3 to 4 months, I use to supplant mine much sooner since it dries out so quick and makes undesirable results. In any case, there's a simple fix for that! Include a drop or two of Visine (or any brand of eye drops) into the tube, and after that rub the wand around inside. The Visine diminishes the mascara fluid, making it apply as though it were a fresh out of the box new tube.
Another tricks is run the mascara wand under high temp water until the water runs clear, and afterward puts it back in the tube, rubbing and moving it around. The water and warm mollifies the mascara fluid making it apply as though it were a shiny new tube.
To twist your eye lashes, heat your lash styler. Hold an explode dryer alongside your lash styler for around 3-5 seconds. The warmth works the same path as it does with your hair curling accessory, giving you those coquettish lashes that will last throughout the day.