I thought the packaging was pretty nice, you could actually squeeze the product out of the bottom. The price wasn't so bad, less then $10. That being said, I would have done better with the over $20 Imju's fiberwig mascara. This mascara flaked on me by mid day, not something I like. Will not buy again.
I really like this mascara. I have bright blue contacts and thought it would be fun to try the bright blue mascara. I never thought it would magnatize the blue as much as it did. My eye lashes absolutly popped! They were inclredible blue and incredibly long. I wish I would have bought this in black as well instead of wasting $7 on the HC Ginormous Mascara, which I also reviewed and hated.
I would recommend this mascara. It lasted all day, didn't smudge (which is a miracle alone for me) and made my lashes look like I had extensions done.
Would buy again for sure.
Wonderful product, i admit to feeling like others at first, like i was mislead by the label, it will not give you thick lashes, but what it does give you is much better! This mascara lengthens and separates lashes for a really good, natural look which i love! It has zero clumps, no flakies and is just overall a really good choice! The packaging is a little strange, unlike any mascara I've ever seen before, but its not ugly or anything. I got mine in underground brown, which is a brown black color that also fits in with its natural fresh look! Definitely going to repurchase!
This stuff gave me an eye infection so bad that I had to use my 1-wk vacation up at work.. pus covered my eyelids, lashes and eyeballs and turned into a hard crust within minutes of rinsing my eyes from the previous "breakout". It was absolutely awful and I do not recc this. Holy crap it was bad news bears.
I'm sad to see all the bad reviews on this product! I just bought this a few days ago, and I love it. What many of you ladies are failing to realize is that this is NOT a voluminzing formula. It is meant to lengthen and stretch the lashes, and yes, it requires more than one coat. But I have yet to find a mascara that does what I want it to in just one swipe! Mascara is actually the make up step I put the most time into. Around five minutes for each eye. It takes time and patience to build the perfect look. This is true with any brand, any formula. Another thing girls often don't know is that you need to use a combination of formulas. I use THREE different mascaras on each eye! One that has a built in primer, one that lengthens and then one on top of that to fill them in and add volume. Stop looking for a one stop shop mascara. You won't find it. And one more mistake women make is having unreal expectations from a mascara. If you want the super dramatic, unreal looking lash look, then you must opt for false lashes. I think this mascara is pretty darn good for the price. Beats out DiorShow, which I thought was pretty weak for what it costs. Good luck.
I have tried the L'Oreal false lash fiber mascara, and about every other mascara on earth. Picked this up at Walmart because, well, I try mascaras. Long lashes at last, without clumps or flakes or itchiness. NOT a volumizer, it's a lengthener. I have very bleah lashes, short and ashy. I can't ever get a good look with a mascara that claims to be both volume and length, and of the two, I would rather have length. I applied it with 2 or 3 light coats. The tube is kind of neat, makes me think I'll get all of the product out of the container. And the brush is odd, not very plush, but achieves the length and separation. I don't feel the fibers at all. Looks great. Certainly worth the price. Happy happy happy.
Hmm...I don't understand all the negative reviews for this product! I have the black one- and it's fantastic.
Like with any mascara, it's not a 'one swipe miracle'. I find that the drier formula lasts all day on my lashes, and it makes my lashes look INCREDIBLY LONG!!
While this doesn't make my lashes appear anymore thicker- it definitely gives them curl and mega-length. I absolutely love this product, definitely give it a try!
I was hunting for a more voluminizing mascara in Walmart, and thought that this would do the trick. First off, I don't really like the packaging. There's nothing wrong with it, but just looking at it gave me a bad feeling. I really dislike the brush. It said it was a "weave" brush, and some of the bristles were weaved in and out like it said, but they fall off during application! I don't want that in my eyelashes. As for what the product is supposed to do, it really didn't do much of anything. I didn't have any adverse effects, but this didn't elongate or volumize my lashes either. It was sort of pathetic. But if anyone else would like to suggest a good Hard Candy mascara, I would appreciate it, since I do really like this brand and am Still looking for my perfect mascara.
Packaging was very cute. But the actual mascara itself wasn't all that great, in fact, there wasn't much of the mascara at all, just mostly fiber. I'd say about 30% was actual mascara. It wasn't horrible or anything, it just didn't do too much. Good news is that it doesn't clump, and it's very clean. the end result of the lashes was very wispy, which has its own appeal, just not for me. I like a more dramatic look. So not that bad, but like everyone else, it didn't really live up to its name or description,
I like the packaging of this product, but not the product itself. I have used a few different brands of "fiber" mascara before, so I do have something to compare it to. First of all, the consistency of the mascara is like next to nothing, I couldn't really tell anything was on the brush if it wasn't for the fibers. It took me literally like 5 or 6 coats to get to a point where it actually looked like something besides my natural lashes. It kind of gave a wispy, semi natural sort of look (totally not what I expected considering this was fiber mascara) so I changed my mind about it, because sometimes I like a natural look. Then I got home & the fibers were all over my face. I really can't find anything good to say about this product aside from the packaging & price. Even if it was around $6 or $7, it wasn't worth it.