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This really is my current mascara I really like

That’s my current mascara collection, I didn’t realise I have this many mascaras until I fixed my make up drawer today. Most of them are almost new, I like to take to them to see which works best and depending weather if I have my lash to look more natural or maybe more volumising. I don’t keep track which old they’ve been but I might toss them out when the consistency had change or if they no longer work as I enjoy them to be.

When I look for mascaras, the criteria I look for are clump free, smudge free and either lengthening or volumising or both. All my mascaras barely smudges or provide you with panda eyes after running in the rain.

Mascara is a must-have. It opens up the eyes and maybe adds extra glam to a look. I rarely wear false eyelashes and therefore, I rely on mascara to glam up my makeup when venturing out. But you will find SO MANY mascaras. Each of them have bold claims though; length, volume, curl, lasting, waterproof, ‘falsies’ and more. Do they in fact work?

I put six mascaras with good reviews to the test to see what all of the fuss was about. A number of these performed well, some performed excellently plus some didn’t accomplish that well. This turned out to be less of a war but more a catalogue of good mascaras you can head out and purchase now, and should!

I can’t go a day on Social Media without seeing something about Benefit, it’s hard to figure out which of their products and services actually deserve a purchase. They’re Real is actually a great mascara. The brush is large enough to catch all my lashes and small enough to coat my lower lashes well. The mascara leaves my lashes looking longer and well separated. Overall, it’s a great look and it enhances what natural lashes happen to be there, ideal for a day look or dinner. One coat is not too dramatic, but a second coat creates an even more dramatic look.

Maybelline could be the ultimate drugstore mascara brand. Most of their mascaras are impressive plus they are so cheap you won’t bat an eyelash buying more than one. The brush applicator is a huge tapered bristle brush with a stem that allows more product to load onto the brush. I’m not only a fan of the applicator but the mascara gives me a good amount of volume, length and curl. It’s a tad too dramatic to daytime wear on my lashes, but it would have been a great enhancement on finer lashes. Used to do wimpernverdichtung may be the.

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