Well, maybe not that different. But almost. The first time, it did seem to add volume and length, but it was a bit smudgy. Two weeks later, much less smudging. Much less. It holds a curl, adds oomph - and length, which is a bonus - and is easy to remove. I don't feel like I'm yanking out all of my eye lashes. It's kind of amazing.
|The brush is big and uh...I'm not a mascara expert, so I don't have much else to say. It's a fat brush. Not for those who like tiny, precise brushes.|
I still don't wear mascara daily, because I still don't consider it an essential and I'm lazy. But when I do, this is the go-to. I curl my lashes, apply this, and bam. There is minimal smudging in the first five minutes, perhaps, but after that, it's nice and solid. I usually just bat my lashes gently against a finger to remove the excess, and it's fine. Now. Photos!
|Both eyes have mascara. Please ignore the wonky uncurled lash on the left, haha.|
|This is the smoky eye from my Bandit Nude Lips post. Ignore my-color changing face ;)|
7.95 on drugstore.com; I originally bought mine at Fred Meyer with a coupon, but next time I'll probably buy them from drugstore.com. And there will be a next time. The mascara hunt is OVER.
What do you look for in a mascara? I'm a volume girl. Do you go for length? Curl? Volume?