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I received this as a freebie with another purchase, can’t remember what (mind, sieve…same thing), and couldn’t wait to try it out. The fat bottle and brush leads one to assume that ones lashes (gosh I sound posh…and I’m a poet!) shall also become fat after using, and one gets rather excited.
But don’t judge a mascara by its bottle – lashes are left thin, sparse and hard as rocks, and the only good thing about it is that it has an eye-opening effect. Putting on more coats does lengthen the lashes but also makes them clumpy and uneven.
It is also extremely hard to remove. I went through 4 simple face wipes (usually it only takes one) and splashed my face with water before giving up. That’s right. I’m a giver-upper.
Not good. Not good.
I really don’t recommend this mascara, but let me know in the comments if you would!
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Click on these links for my other mascara reviews, including my favourite new find: Clinique Lash Power Mascara, Natural Collection Clear Mascara, Le Volume De Chanel AND M.A.C False Lashes, Eyeko Skinny Brush Mascara.