Question-what are you willing to pay for mascara that delivers the same affect as falsies without the pain of glue? I’ve been trying out a variety of formulas, brushes and price ranges in the last year. From Cover Girl to lines I never use like Burberry and Guerlain-it was love at first sample, only to find in the long lash dash to non-clumpiness none of them made the grade.
I also recently watched a make up video where the artist came out and said it-“I like to use mascara after it’s gotten a little old because otherwise it just gets too clumpy. I wait til it’s dried out.”
But then, in the inner sanctum of our own confessions, we all know the golden rule for eye products, especially liquid based ones like mascara-one shall not use products older than 3 months else risk of infection. Also along the same lines; one shall not use other people’s eye products at all.
I recently started liking Clinique City Block sun block because it has a little color in it-I think they added tint because the original formula made people look pasty. I like the tint-it’s just right for a little smoothing out of my complexion without the fussiness of foundation and the incomplete sunblock coverage of tinted BB cream with spf.
Can I get an upgrade?
I noticed that upscale stores have better gwps. Specifically the Clinique gwp at Nordstrom and Blooms has products like Chubby Lash and kohl eye liner. At Macy’s you pretty much get High Impact mascara and yet another tube of liquid facial wash.
This is how I came to find my chubby friend. I took it out and lazy as I am, refuse to put on more than one coat. Chubby Lash delivers both long and thick lashes without clumps. Plus, if I do want a touch up later, I can re apply the mascara and it still won’t clump.
The only time it does flake or clump is when,
It’s gotten too old to use.
How’s that for product safety?