They dazzle us with their smokey eyeshadows and extra layer of an obviously unreal amount of added “padding” to produce this idea of their product creating astoundingly prominent lashes. As usual, too good to be true is just that; it was all a ruse! The result of my trying this product only led to my deep disappointment, my moderately covered, slimy eyelashes and one more mascara give-away to an indifferent girlfriend. My best advice? Do not bother.
Yes, once again the promise to deliver luxe lashes is broken, and not even with the sure-fire three coat technique was the goop redeemed. More specifically the issues I’m finding are:
The first coat offers almost no coverage, and the second causes your eyelashes to stick together.
It’s very slick, and doesn’t apply evenly because of it; that also affects the dry time.
My vanity got the best of me after the third coat and had to apply a coat from another mascara, which actually gave it more dimension and separation, but only further proved its inability to live up to its name.
It has a slight chemical smell to it, which was a bit concerning and, of course, a turnoff.
Basically, their old-time number one, Great Lash, is a far cry better, and is a time-tested favorite.
C’est la vie… Perhaps one day we will find the ones that live up to their names, claims and expectations, until then, just rest assured this isn’t one of them.
And don’t get me wrong, it is workable, I wouldn’t throw it out if you’ve already bought it (unless you know someone that wants it!), but don’t go out of your way as this, and other reviews would reveal, its a huge (no pun intended) let down. But if you are adventurous, bored, or just aren’t afraid of returning opened and used products back to their stores, then give it run.
I’m still on the lookout for my dream.
But hey, at least my friend got free new makeup.