I just starting buying Mac mascara. (It may cost more than some commercial brands) ...... But I find it is worth it! ........... I can't get over the difference! ............. Once again, I apply and my lashes are super thick ......... do not clump, it separates to each lash and I do not get the smears.......
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For me mascara is always a drug store purchase. I've tried expensive brands(Benefit Better Than Sex) but the price has never been worth it.
I usually layer two different brands to get a falsies look. The 1st layer is Covergirl Professional (blue tube).
Depending on how much thickness,length or volume i want the 2nd can be either: L'Oreal Miss Manga Voluminous or MIllion Lashes Excess Revlon 3D Photo Ready Maybelline Colossal Pumped Up Volume or Lash Sensation
My current favourite mascara is Essence Lash Princess. Its packaging is too cute and the product makes my lashes a mile long. It sticks lashes together quite badly (that's why I tend to prefer mascaras with silicon or plastic bristles), but that's what a lash comb is for!
I second Clinique (I use Jet Black) but if you're looking for lots of volume and thickening this isn't your brand. It's great for a no-make/natural look; never clumps or flakes, easy on, easy off, and I love how it looks.
Maybelline products are really good I to use many products from Maybelline. I also started using the mascara from www.iloveno1.com . Don't know how good it is yet, just started using it. But the product is really fine and It makes me look and feel good.
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I agree, Tarte's lights camera lashes is good (I used the waterproof one because my lashes don't hold curl otherwise). I still use Lancome Hypnose Drama Waterproof for the super black color. I tried and did not like Diorshow.
Honestly, I've found that mascara is the one beauty product that I look for in drugstores. I really like Maybelline Colossal Volume Express (yellow tube), waterproof of course. and Maybelline Illegal Length (grey square-ish tube) for length. I use these everyday.
Hope this helped!
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one of the best i have tried lately is from a Japanese brand called Kiss Me, the mascara is -Heroine Make-Long and Curl Mascara. It stays on matter what (even during my sweaty workouts) they stay very full ^_^ I love it and it won the best mascara in Asia for 2010. I got mine at www.Sasa.com
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Tarte lights, camera, lashes! It's the best and I am a mascara queen. This mascara gives volume, definition, and makes my lashes almost fake big.
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I don't know if you know about the site www.beautypedia.com but there you will find reviews on mascaras and it tells you which are the best ones and why. I got a Neutrogena mascara that she raves about on there and it works as good as she says! Good luck!
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I have yet to use one I truly love - I seem to bounce from one brand to another. I'm currently using CoverGirl Lash Blast Fusion. It's pretty good and does make my lashes longer and a little fuller. I'm a natural blonde, so my lashes are very light. It's hard to find good brown mascara (black is too harsh for everyday wear).
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