People keep asking me how one mascara compares to another if I blog about them – but I have a big knowledge gap with mascara because I had lash extensions (and therefore no mascara) for several years. Mascara is one of my favourite things to blog about because I’m still on such a learning curve with it and rediscovering old favourites as well as new textures and brushes. D&G Passioneyes Waterproof Mascara has just about the most perfect brush – the curve hugs the natural line of the lid and more importantly, it doesn’t over-deliver.
Being rather out of practice, I’ve been way too enthusiastic with some mascaras and once you’ve over lashed, that’s it – it all has to come off including any make up you’ve put on your eyes already. This is so controllable and so easy to apply – one sweep is exactly right for a natural day look (especially the brown shade) and anything after that is up to you – it goes pretty dramatic with layering. The formula is not brittle but for any waterproof product, you’re best to remove with an oil based eye make up remover – your micellar won’t cut it for this.
I’m happy with a fat (ish) lash (love Chanel Le Volume) but when you want well defined, light-feeling, pretty lashes, D&G Passioneyes Waterproof Mascara is it. I love this – even at £28.
You can find D&G Passioneyes Waterproof Mascara from 1st April at Harrods – if you can’t tolerate waterproof or don’t like to use it, the same brush format is on the non-waterproof version HERE.
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