First, the fierce green and gold cat-print packaging of this mascara is ON POINT. You may buy this mascara for that reason alone – I know I did. But this mascara does serve as a great, waterproof mascara, to help separate and extend the lashes to create a seamless effect.
Superhero is an appropriate name for this mascara as it stretches and extends the lashes while creating slight volume at the same time. Beware though, this mascara has a tendency to break down leaving black flakes behind, after only a few hours of wearing.
A mascara that you may not ever think to purchase while you are at the drugstore. At only $4.29, being the cheapest of all of the mascaras tested, it gave all the other’s a run for its money. The results of this product create a clean, extended, separated lash look. Definitely worth the price for an elegant appearance.
Three words for this mascara -volume, volume, volume. If you already have long lashes, and volume is what you are looking for then this mascara is perfect for you. The formula creates a thick, dramatic look with a weightless feel that will draw attention to your eyes at first glance.
This was my least favorite for combined quality and price purposes. After multiple coats, it didn’t create volume or length. On a positive note, this mascara was incredibly easy to remove - However, do not be alarmed, the “tube-like” technology this mascara creates on your lashes appears as if your lashes are falling out when being removed.
Lastly, Covergirl LashBlast takes the cake for overall quality and price. It’s rubber-bristle brush allows you to create defining, lengthening, and thickening lashes, while remaining clump-free. Not to mention, it is very long-lasting.