After a long Navarathri holidays, I am here with a mascara review. This is the falsies volume express mascara from Maybelline. It is the one which bloggers all over the world rave about.
Read on to know if its tall claims in making eye lashes look so luscious that you end up confusing them with falsies holds true or not.
This product is priced at Rs. 425/- and comes in a bright purple packing that looks similar to the colossal one. (I so wish to have mascara in an animal print bottle or in a dark pink one with rhinestones studded to it).
Unique flexible wand helps lift and separate lashes to provide the look of more lashes.
Patented spoon brush and kera-fiber formula instantly build 5X more volume without clumping to complete the false lash look.
Opthalmologist tested and contact lens safe. The mascara comes in two variants. Washable and waterproof.
The wand is flexible like the flexible toothbrushes. It is unique and flexible enough for seamless application.
The formula is thick and goopy like almost all the Maybelline Mascaras and the product is jet black in color.
I personally like the formula to be on the thinner side as I love increasing the intensity of the lashes step by step. I hate it when it gets thick in the first swipe.
The mascara imparts great volume and length when compared to the other mascaras in the similar price range. The lengthening is so intense that my lashes end up staining my crease. It makes my eyes look dramatic.
On the other hand, this mascara clumps big time. You need to immediately separate your lashes using a lash comb to avoid that. And, besides clumping, it feels so heavy on my lashes and I get the feeling of having wet mascara on my lashes throughout the day. Having used Loreal and Max factor ones which impart light and fluttery lashes, I had difficulty in wearing this throughout the day.
I got the water proof version and i use coconut oil to remove it every night. You need a good makeup remover or oil to remove this and even with that it doesn't come off easily. I remove it slowly and it takes time to remove it completely.
On my eyes before and after:
Indian Beauty Maniac’s Rating
Great pocket friendly product for girls with sparse lashes. I personally feel this mascara to be quite heavy for every day. And, being a fan of weightless fluttery lashes, I don’t like the way it clumps.
Hope you girls loved the review. Do let me know your favorite mascara apart from the Loreal Million Lashes one. :)