Hi! Today I'm going to share my new mascara obsession. But first I wanted to say I had a really hard time finding this! One of my friends saw it at a store like 25 min away from where we live and we could not find it anywhere else! So I'm sorry if you all want to try this out after I rave about it and can't find it! I'm hoping that it just hasn't hit many stores yet and it will soon!
This is suppose to be a 'full fan effect, volumizing mascara'. I got the shade very black, and this is super affordable (around $7) just like all Maybelline Mascaras.
The wand is really unique. It has plastic bristles that go all the way around the brush in different angles/directions.
I really like this brush because I feel like each side gives my lashes a different effect. The top (curved side) thickers them, and the outer side (bottom) that fans out makes them super long. This side is also really great for getting on top of your lashes because the curve fits perfect with your curve of your lashes.
You can see how long this makes my lashes look! I feel like I have on Flase lashes when I wear this.
Sorry the lighting is all whack in these pictures. And yes I realize my eye color is different in each picture lol >.< I could not get an accurate shots until the last picture. I also kind of hate taking eye pictures like this, I think they make my eyes look creepy. LOL.
My overall thoughts
-The formula of this is very wet so you have to be careful or you will get a lot of clumps. After a week or so of using this the formula thickened up a bit though.
-It doesn't make my lashes as thick as some mascaras do, which I usually perfer, but I still really love how much length it gives me.
-The brush reminds me a little of that Loreal Butterfly one, I personally did not care for that, but if to did then you will probably like this brush as well!
-If you can find this, then I really recommned try it out! It's the best mascara that I've tried in a really long time!
Have you tried out this new Maybelline mascara yet? If so leave your thoughts on it in the comments!