Maybelline • Lash Discovery Mascara • Mascara
|Would buy this product again.||60%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
My HG mascara! After trying MANY different kinds of mascara (high-end to d/s), I have finally found my HG. I can't stand mascara that goes on thick or gets clumpy, but this mascara goes on perfectly to make my lashes a bit darker and more defined -- and brings out even those tiny lashes close to the inner corner of my eye -- without ever getting messy. Love it!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
does nothing for my sparse lashes... i'd discover more lashes if i used my revlon lash fantasy
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Ive been using this for a while now and i think its a great product.. The small brush is really gd cause it seperates all your lashes. It doesnt smudge and stays on the whole day. You get a natural look so if thats not what u want thn this is not the right one for you. But it does length for meh and its not heavy.. :):)I wud buy it again yehhh
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
This is all I use now. I curl with SE eyelash curler & then use the waterproof black/brown version of this amazing stuff. It really lenghtens & "finds" each lash. I'm not sure that it adds tremendous thickness or volume, but why would that be necessary? Lengthening & definition, with milder volume building & thickening properties, works for me.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I wore this mascara for a week to give it a chance (and after so many people swore by this mascara)... but in the end I chucked it in the garbage after a week. Like all Maybelline mascaras, this one left me with raccoon eyes at the end of the day! The only redeeming value about this particular mascara is the wand - I wish I had kept the wand and just threw out the mascara only. And while the wand does help find those small short lashes, which was mostly thanks to the wand design, the actual mascara doesn't do all that much for the rest of my eyelashes... just kind of coated my lashes and gave them definition without much lengthening or volumizing properties.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry Hair: Red Eyes: Hazel
One of my favorite mascaras. Great for defining every lash without clumping. A great everyday mascara.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I agree that this mascara is definitely underrated because it is wonderful! The little brush does discover each of your smaller lashes and brings them out. If you like a more dramatic, plumper look you probably will be disappointed with this product, but if you prefer a more natural look, an easy to handle brush and better than average lengthening, I'd recommend you try this. Better yet, if you're thinking of buying ANY expensive mascara, try this first, it'll set you back only about $6.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I have been searching for my HG mascara for over a year now, and this one is one of the best out there, IMO. I have tried Revlon Fabulash (stunk), L'Oreal (Full Definition Voluminous, Lash Architect & Panoramic ("yikes" to the latter), several other Maybelline versions, Sonia Kashuk, MAC, Lancome, Estee Lauder, Clinique, Dior, Max Factor, etc., etc... and the list goes on and on! I have spent a FORTUNE on mascara in the past several years, yet still, I find that the most reliable, best performer out there is my Lash Discovery by Maybelline! I am surprised this did not receive higher marks on MUA, becuz I feel it deserves high praise and recognition. My second fave is Estee Lauder's Lash XL, but that is SOOOOOO very expensive for mascara, IMO. Who wants to spend over $20 on a tube of mascara, when Maybelline's Lash Discovery costs so much less... especially when you catch it on sale? Lash Discovery outperforms many of the more expensive mascaras that I have tried, all without the clumps and flakes! The tiny brush doesn't overburden my curled lashes and weigh them down, nor does it leave splotches all over my upper eyelids the way some of those bigger-wanded mascaras do. All this, and it gives me the length and volume that I am looking for from any good mascara. I have repurchased (and plan to again and again), and I highly recommend this. :o)EDIT 2/22/06:Took a few lippies off, I like Maybelline's Full n' Soft much better. Lash Discovery leaves me with raccoon eyes by the end of the day, where Full n' Soft barely smudges, and when it does, it only smudges on my lower lashes. Lash Discovery leaves me with dark rings in my crease (upper lids), and black smudges under my lower lashes by late afternoon. ~NOT GOOD~ I still like LD, but I only use it when I know I won't be out all day and night, becuz it doesn't hold up to the challenge. Full n' Soft has longer wear with less smudging, at least for me.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I got this at a sale, buy any maybelline mascara, get one free. The other I got was Full N Soft, but back to this:
I love the mini wand, because ti does grab all of my lashes, and make my eyes look more open, but what I don't like is the fact that after 2 coats, it starts to clump up. It's a nice mascara if you only use two coats, and it does give you a wide eyed look. I'd probably buy it again just because it grabs all the lashes, I use it with Full N soft, and it looks amazing. This is a nice mascara.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
I use this mascara in the waterproof formula, and really like it. I tried this product for the first time last summer after reading a review for it in Allure magazine. I had been using mascaras that cost a lot more than this and thought I'd try it since I could save a little money. Without mascara, my lashes are short, and not so visible, so I like a mascara that can lengthen and thicken. I also want my mascara to look natural, not as though I'm wearing 10 coats of tar. The results that I get with Lash Discovery are just as good, if not better, than pricier mascaras. I believe the smaller, more manageable applicator brush is the key. With the narrower brush, I have more control over the application of the mascara, because there isn't so much mascara on the brush in the first place. I am able to separate my lashes with each stroke and even pick up the tiny lashes at the corners of my eyelids. This mascara lengthens my lashes significantly. It does also thicken them a little, but not too much. If you are looking for a real thickening mascara, Lash Discovery may not be the right choice. For the look that I prefer, it is just right for me. I apply 2 coats for daytime, and 3 coats for night. I also use a good eyelash separator with a metal comb in between each coat. This further helps to separate lashes and prevents clumping. LD mascara also comes off easily with eye make-up remover, and again, I use the waterproof formula. This mascara is easily found at WalMart, Target or grocery and drugstores. Price usually ranges from $5-$7, a very fair price for a very good mascara.