When something like this comes along, it does make a bit of a mockery of those intense fibre mascaras where fibres go everywhere, including in your eye very often. They do work to give incredible length to lashes, but then, so does this – without anything falling in your eyes.
If I compare directly to a recently tried fibre mascara, they are not even cousins. In the L’Oreal version, the fibres are black and in a mascara like ‘liquid’ so you don’t end up over lashing just to cover the little white bits still evident.
The double end thing is unavoidable but I know for absolutely sure that I will muddle the ends eventually! It would be good if they could have put the number (1 or 2) on the central wand holder as well to help avoid this, because currently, it’s only on the tubes.
In terms of length, you certainly get plenty – the primer acts more as a slight lash fattener and the mascara itself coats over without clumping or looking over-done. In fact, I got really lovely lash separation with this – long and spiky with more width without being over the top. It’s not really a high ‘false lash effect’ mascara – it doesn’t seem to be quite that dramatic but I liked the results. It[s £10.99 HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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