Emilia Clarke tells us his trick with the mascara

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    Although it is not what most caught the attention during his role in ‘Game of Thrones’ what is true is that when we have seen Emilia Clarke without being characterized as Daenerys Targaryen, at any red carpet or interview, yes we were quite surprised to your look. The actress has eyes of a blue-greenish very intense look so much more thanks to the pestañones to those who are accustomed to look. But it turns out that the eyes of the protagonist have a secret hidden, or better said, a trick that has finally wanted to share with all his fans. The ‘Mother of Dragons’ has a ‘tip’ to show off the look more intense of the television. At 32 years the interpreter has wanted to reveal it in an interview: it is a small gesture and it is that instead of using a single mascara, she uses two.

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    The process is as follows: first apply a coat of a mascara with a formula breaker, to separate the lashes and then spread a layer of the rimmel vegan ‘Caution Extreme Mascara’ from Hourglass.

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    The case is the second rimmel that applies Emilia Clarke is one vegan from Hourglass, a brand that has just landed in Spain of the hand of Sephora. “It’s a pass. It’s so good. By using two masks at the same time, you get separation and also a dramatic effect. It is a trick of the day to the night that I love it,” told the actress herself.

    But the same thing that we tell the good news we tell you the bad: the mask is used before the Hourglass, ‘The One Mascara’, of Dolce&Gabbana, with that lengthens and separates the lashes without leaving clumps in them is discontinued.

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