I have to say that I don’t love the name of this – it just doesn’t sit quite right really, but nonetheless, I trialled the Isadora Insane Volume Mascara over the weekend and can say that the volume is huge! The brush is a design I haven’t seen before and the curve that you see is a reservoir to hold extra product. It also allows you to stretch and push up the lashes.
I got amazing volume from this, and not clumpy, but fanned out volume. I would say, however, that it’s very easy to overload and end up with a hot mess. What was noticable was that while my lashes were towering away, they still felt soft – this isn’t one of those formulas that dries to a stiff, flake away finish. There was no flaking or smudging. I still can’t decide whether the arched well is help or hinderance – I did use it to push up my lashes and in that respect, it worked, but you only need so much mascara in one coating before things go wrong. Ironically, I think that Isadora Insane Volume Mascara will work better for long lashes that can take all of the product in an upward sweep than short lashes that need the extra length but get overloaded more easily.
Generally I find Isadora mascaras to be good – Feel Unique is the UK stockist for this brand and it hasn’t quite made it onto their site yet. If you’re looking for the massive lash thing, keep checking for stock.
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