This mascara worked well for me. I personally love these kinds of plastic brushes because I feel like they separate lashes much easier than others. I have long lashes that have a bit of a natural curl, so I don't use a lash curler. I feel like this mascara really brings out the curl and holds it. It's also very buildable and it lengthens my lashes a lot. Even my very oblivious boyfriend has commented on how long my lashes look when I use this! It's kind of pricey but I would definitely purchase this again.
I guess I'm one of the few who really liked this:-( I got the sephora gift for my bday and it included this and watts up. I decided to give it a try. At first I wasn't too impressed but I put it on in a hurry. The second time I loved it!!! I have long thin straight lashes and this actually gives me a slight curl, lengthens, thickens and doesn't give me raccoon eyes. I love it!!!! I can layer it to give me the thickness I like and I love the brush. It makes it easy to get corner lashes. I don't have trouble removing it either. I use mac cleanse off oil and then wash face with Neutrogena deep clean wash and voila!!! It comes right off no problem at all. I ended up buying the full size. I highly recommend but i understand all products work different on everyone.
This Is a big no for me! It's so sticky and all clumpy. I could get something from Walmart for way cheaper and it would work 10 times better!
I really liked the brush on this mascara, especially the little spiky ball-end that allows for easier application in the corners of the eye!
The mascara itself seemed okay. I have very long (but very blonde) lashes naturally, so it's kind of hard for me to tell if it adds a lot of length. The color was nice, the volume was fine.
When it came to take it off, though, it was awful. The mascara just did not want to come off, regardless of what kind of remover I used, and I ended up losing a fair number of lashes in the process. If I had shorter lashes that benefitted more from this mascara, maybe the insane removal process would be worth it, but it just wasn't for me.
um, no. there are so many better drugstore mascaras than this. didn't do much for my already long lashes, wasn not dark enough, and the worst part was it pulled out lashes like whoa.
Although this mascara is pretty volumizing, I just can't stand how easy it smudges on me and causes panda eyes. Disappointed.
I got a try-size of this mascara as a gift and I am glad I did not spend money on it, as it would be a total waste.
It smudges pretty badly on me. I have to admit I am wearing concealer in under-eye area, but my other mascaras don`t give me panda eyes, like this one does.
I wasn`t impressed with neither application (found it uneven), nor with the end result. My lashes looked ok, but no extra length was detected. It gives a decent volume, but I am sure you can find that effect in cheaper brands.
All in all I wouldn`t recommend it to a friend.
My favourite mascara by far. Normally I don't like plastic brushes, but this is definitely an exception. It separates every single eyelash and you can build it amazingly, I've discovered it might not be the mascara for everyone, but if you have long thin eyelashes like me and you're looking for volume AND length, this is definitely right for you. Love using it, I've gone through about 7! Will definitely continue to buy.
This was a birthday gift from Sephora and I really dislike it! I makes my eyelashes all stuck together and later flaky! I smushes easily and yeah. I definitely will not buy it, it's freaking expensive, I can just buy that same kind of junk (or even better) for less than $7
I got this as a free sample from sephora and i love it! i was previously using the Falsies Flared Volume Express by Maybelline which was pretty good but i thought 'why not try the BeneFit one, it was free after all.' this stuff makes my allready long lashes so much longer! it doesn't clump even when i put a lot on, I mean I kinda' go a lil' overboard to begin with so....
over all it fabulous! the bristles sometimes scratch my eyelid but I that could just be my fault