This is an early look at the forthcoming Clinique Lash Power Flutter-To-Full Mascara launching in September. The tube contains a dial which alters the amount of mascara that the brush picks up, allowing you to moderate or amplify how much lash power you want.
The big question is, does it actually work? Well, I am wearing two different mascara strengths this morning – the lightest application on one eye and the fullest on the other, and the answer is that yes, it does work. BUT, the degree is minimal. There is definitely more on one set of lashes than the other, but I am not sure that anyone would notice other than me and a magnifying mirror. I do think, however, that if you have very long lashes, it is difficult to get a minimal mascara look on the days you might want it and I think it could be useful in that respect – it is unusual to have something that moderates the amount of product that goes on your lashes. Clinique Lash Power Flutter-To-Full Mascara seems to work better the less you want, rather than for massive, power lashes.
Well, I am a push over for a kajal pencil and while this one isn’t a game changer, it is very black and glides like butter on both inner lid and outer. So far, it’s stayed put, but it’s not one for a precise line, I don’t think, but more to be smudged for a smoked look.
The Clinique Lash Power Flutter-To-Full Mascara will cost £20 and I don’t yet have a price for the Kajal.
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