While rubber bristles seem to be all the rage in mascara, I’m such a fan of natural-bristled brushes. This mascara has a large tapered spiral brush with natural bristles that really holds a lot of product. The first coat went on super pigmented with nice length. While working the product through, I had to be careful because it started to clump together into little spikes.
The pigment on the second coat grabbed well, but my lashes started to get a bit clumpy. It looked nice when I combed through with a lash comb, but this isn’t a viable option for those on-the-go. By midday, the pigment had faded a bit (surprising with a water-resistant formula) so the touch-up was nice for a boost.
In regards to the water-resistant capabilities, I teared up at one point and the mascara smudged. Ironically, I still needed to use eye makeup remover to get it off at the end of the day. This one’s not at the top of my list, but its pros outweigh its cons. Try this baby if you like to “play” with your mascara.
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