For me, mascara is one of those desert island products. The lift and definition it brings to anyone’s face is undeniably beautiful and who doesn’t want their eyes to look wider, brighter and more piercing all at once? One of the best things about mascara is how easily you can personalise your purchase to the look you’re wanting to achieve. These days, there’s as much flexibility in the mascara world as there is in lip colours! So, if you’re wanting lashes with va-va-voom volume, these are the ones to try first.
Marc Jacobs Beauty Velvet Noir Mascara
The inky finish of this mascara is like no other. It’s slick and voluminous all in one for a unique fluttery look. The bristles of the brush manage to catch and lift every lash right from the root and evenly spread your lashes as it coats them with the creamy formula. It’s smudge-proof and you don’t need much of it for major impact.
Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara
There’s a very good reason this mascara is one of the best-selling mascaras across the globe. With just a few swipes it gives you intensely thick and fluffy looking lashes without any crumbliness or clumping. The result is a lifted, natural looking false lash effect that lasts all day and even into the night.
The volume this mascara gives you isn’t the regular fluffy kind you may expect. Instead, it individually coats and lifts all of your lashes to make them look longer and more dense for a fluttery finish. It’s hold on your lashes is long lasting and you won’t have to worry about smudging because this mascara doesn’t budge.
Kat Von D Beauty Go Big Or Go Home Mascara
The way this mascara manages to be extremely voluminising without flaking or going clumpy and look like a beautifully waxy coat on your lashes, all while being vegan is beyond amazing. The finish is an intense inky black colour that almost looks wet but certainly isn’t as once it’s on your lashes, it doesn’t move. It uses vegan oils as the base instead of animals fats and the bristles of the brush help to pick up and lift your lashes.
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