So in my attempt to find a animal-friendly mascara I can across Revlon's Lash Fantasy and although not a great mascara it will do in a pinch. I tried applying it two ways and here's what I found:
Method 1: Curl lashes + apply primer + apply mascara = straight lashes and some clumping.
Method 2: Curl lashes + apply mascara + apply primer to tips of lashes + apply more mascara = minimal clumping but dramatic lashes, not as full as I like but still dark and thick.
Overall, it's an okay mascara that clumps very little and washes away easily with water and doesn't flake. I will continue to use and will buy as my drug-store mascara until I find something better.
I Hate this stuff!.. it takes SO much time, if your in a rush in the mornings then this isnt for you.
also it makes lashes stick togther and is very clumpy.
ive tried everything to make it work...
the mascara over wet primer.
the mascara over dried primer.
the mascara alone.
i want my money back.
My eyelashes are naturally long and full, I just like to have that extra push every now and then. I wasn't satisfied with the overall performance of the mascara. I use the primer often as a base for other mascaras, to add that extra kick of length. If you have 30 minutes for makeup each day, go ahead and get this. I also have a problem with plastic brushes. They just don't do it for me, and I am always poking myself in the eye.
A sale at Rite Aid persuaded me to try this seeing as how I have a lash obsession as of late.Worthless mascara. Seriously, I'm trying to decide which one is worse, this or Lash Exact. Does NOTHING for my lashes. Even with primer and several coats of the mascara itself, absolutley no difference. I got this as a free product @ Rite Aid so it's not as if I paid for it but nevertheless it still sucks.
i actually got this product free in a magazine and was the best $7 i ever spent. i love this mascara is the best ever and the best two step mascara because usually they'd make my eyelashes really think.
although you have to becareful not double layer either the primer or the tint because otherwise it gets too thick and gets clumpy.
be quick when applying.
I really didn't care for this mascara at all. After curling, applying primer, combing lashes (because the primer made my lashes stick together), applying mascara, and combing again (mascara was clumpy) I would expect to have FABULOUS lashes. Instead, I could barely tell the difference between my primered/mascara'd lashes and my naked lashes. My only consulation is that I got my tube free at CVS.
This waterproof mascara was truly the worst mascara I've ever used. It started flaking the moment it dried. I will never use this again! I'm still looking for a good waterproof mascara. It's a must have for me since my eyes water.
I didn't like this at first but it's growing on me. I don't think I would repurchase because I still liked the L'oreal one better but it's not too bad at all, especially if you let the primer dry before applying the second coat.
Very unimpressive. I bought this because I wanted to try out the special brush (which promises no clumps... what a joke). The primer is kind of icky... I don't mind that it's white, because most primers are white anyway, but the texture is gooey, and lumpy and makes my lashes stick together. The mascara is watery, and when used with the primer, only highlights clumps. I also find that the primer straightens out my lashes instead of curling. Big massive no-no for me.
On the other hand, when I use the mascara by itself, it's a lot better, although still a very average product. I think it would be a lot better buying a mascara-only product, rather than the mascara-primer combination.
This is a review about the Lash Fantasy TOTAL Definition. Finally Revlon got one of their mascaras right. This mascara is fairly new, it has a primer on one end, mascara on the other. The difference is this time around it has the famous rubbery brush. The primer does its job if you let it dry, and the mascaras formula is medium weight.Amazing volumizer, decent length. It holds a decent curl and doesnt smudge. For $9 its totally worth trying at the least.