Sharing some of my favorite mascaras.
Mascara is an important part of my daily beauty routine, it’s something I wear almost every day. Even on my “no makeup days” I usually put on some mascara to liven up my face. From long lashes to thick voluminous lashes, I’ve found a few different mascaras that help me achieve the look I want.
This is a sample I received recently from Nordstrom, it’s Yves Saint Laurent ‘Volume Effet Faux Cils Baby Doll’ Mascara. If you’re looking for a super easy to apply lengthening mascara, this is for you. I was blown away by how long my lashes were after applying this mascara. It helps separate your lashes really nicely too, so they aren’t clumped together.
I love CoverGirl Mascara so much. CoverGirl has been a part of my life for a really long time. Their CoverGirl LashBlast Volume Mascara has been my go to mascara for years, I usually buy it in bulk and always take it with me when I travel. This is a great mascara for every day wear and does a really nice job of thickening and lengthening my lashes.
I recently picked up CoverGirl’s LashBlast Super Sizer Mascara and fell in love immediately. It does exactly what it promises to do, lengthens your lashes for days. The brush is easy to use and soft against my lashes.
I got this from Birchbox (I love Birchbox by the way). It’s Benefit’s Roller Lash Mascara. Every time I’ve worn this mascara people ask me where I get my lashes done, they’re always surprised to hear me tell them that I get my lashes done at home, by myself with this mascara. The combination of the bristles on the brush and how it’s shaped helped thicken and curl your lashes, for real.
This Dolce&Gabbana Volumized Lashes Mascara is $31.50 at Nordstrom, it’s on the more expensive side but totally worth it. Not only does it help you create beautiful lashes, it glides right through your lashes lengthening them and separating them nicely. It’s also packaged very elegantly.
Two other mascaras that I use but am currently out of at the moment are Tom Ford Ultra Length Mascara and Armani Eyes to Kill Classic Mascara. Both are a bit more of a splurge but feature really well made brushes that feel nice to hold and apply.
Those are a few of my favorite mascaras. I’d love to hear what your favorites are, I’m always excited to try new mascaras I haven’t before.