Maybelline • Volum' Express The Falsies • Mascara
|Would buy this product again.||54%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
It didnt do anything for my eyelashes.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I bought this mascara after hearing my co-workers raving about it one day. I work at a drugstore so naturally I hear a lot about products from customers as well, and multiple girls had told me that they loved it. I saw it at walmart for 6 bucks so I figured I'd try it out.
I will say, I had high hopes for this mascara. I won't say that I hate it, however, I will definitely not be re-purchasing. For one thing, as others have said, it causes a lot of clumping. Flaking is also a problem with this. The formula is also way too wet. One thing I really do not like about it is the brush. It's big and bulky and makes it very easy to accidentally get mascara on the inner corner of your eye or on your eyelid.
Once you de-clump your lashes and clean off any flakes, it does give you a nice thick and long look. The color is dark and I find it to be pretty buildable. I've continued to use this and will keep using it until it I run out of it. This is the reason why I'm saying that I don't completely hate this mascara. But I just can't deal with the clumps, flakes and how wet it applies to buy this mascara again.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I bought this because my lashes are already very long, but they're blond and thin, so I wanted volume and color. I got this in the non-waterproof version but it works very well, so I'm excited about trying the waterproof kind. This mascara definitely gives great volume, but it doesn't really look like actual falsies. It is also slightly clumpy, but nothing too bad.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I have pin straight lashes, medium length. I agree with an earlier poster that if you want it the Falsies NOT to smudge and to maintain curl, you need the waterproof version (I tried both).
About the waterproof... its nice, it separates my lashes well, and cooperates with my curler. It is, however, REALLY HARD to take off! You need an oil based makeup remover, and you have to be careful, or else you'll take your lashes off with the product. Also, I have gotten two little pimples along my lash line since purchasing this mascara. I have never, ever gotten those before. Coincidence? Maybe. But I won't be repurchasing...
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I bought this mascara after seeing the commercial and of cource got sucked in by those gorgeous lashes, i bought it for 12.99 + tax at a local drugstore. The only think i liked about it is, Yes it does make your eyelashes bigger, but in the process it clumped up and stuck my eyelashes together, and when it came time to take it off for the night, it wouldn't budge with eye makeup remover or water, and when i did get some off, i could still feel clumps 2 days after, so i discontinued use due to the dissipointment and loss of lashes! I wouldn't recommend this mascara.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I've been using this mascara for about 2 months now, so I think I can give it a fair review. I bought in in black.
ME= I have medium brown lashes and I look for volume and separation & a little lenght (mine are naturally long enough) in my lashes.
This has to be the WETTEST mascara I have ever used. Even 2 months later, it is so wet and heavy on my lashes. Pulls the curl down.
When I pull the wand out, the mascara is globbed all over the bristles and tip. I have to wipe w/a tissue several times to get the excess off--now, I've always wiped my NEW mascara's off because they are new and yes, wet, but they eventually dried to a more useable mascara. I thought it would "dry out" after a few weeks, but no.
The curved brush is wide and flat and I never really seemed to use it to my advantage. I would use the "curved" side up and get mascara on my eyebrows, so then I would turn it to use the "side of the curve" and that did nothing except smear my lashes together.
The only good this is that is is a nice black color, didn't flake, and I could remove with regular make up remover.
I won't recomend nor will I buy this again.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
Nice everyday mascara. I do, however, find it much more flaky than other mascaras and ironically it's still pretty hard to wash off in the evening. Fairly priced, but not the best product out there.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Holy grail mascara! My eyelashes are relatively long (for being Asian) and relatively curled (again, for being Asian) but very, very sparse. The Falsies in Very Black? Blackest Black? (Is there really a difference?) gave me the most amazing long, full and fanned out fringe I've ever had.
I found that both formula and wand were key. Don't know if my application is "proper", but this is how it works for me: hold wand so that the curved side faces down. Use the thin side to put a thin coat on lashes first--gives the mascara something to grab onto. Do each eye. Go back to first eye and hold wand the same way. Apply thin side of wand to the base of your eyelashes, then slowly twist your wrist so that you are applying the wider "back of the spoon" portion of the wand to your lashes, then flick upwards. (Sounds complicated as I type this, but really, it can be done in one smooth motion.) This action loads color onto your lashes, combs them out, and curls them upwards--all in one artful wrist twist! Two coats is a great everyday look for me, but if I'm feeling vampy, I'll add a coat to the outer lashes.
Best part is that I get no smudges and no flakes (and I didn't get the waterproof version) after a 10-hour day. And it wipes clean off with makeup remover towelettes.
However, as great as this product is, I would not say it gives a false lash effect. In my experience, only actual false lashes do that.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This mascara is not the best or the worst that I've tried.If you are looking for a mascara that is going to thicken your lashes, then I would say, go for it. If you are like me and need all the help you can get with thin, pale, sparse lashes that need lengthening, I would recommend trying the Lash Stiletto which is my current HG mascara. I actually wore the Falsies on one eye and Lash Stiletto on the other and like how Lash Stiletto lengthened my lashes much better.
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
EH. I liked this mascara for about a day...and then...EH.
I have short sparse asian lashes, so I was NOT expecting "Falsies" effects with this mascara...honestly, not with any mascara. All I really want is a mascara that is dark, and good at separating my lashes. First of all, I hate the giant package. This is a similar problem I have with LashBlast. Why...why do we need a jumbo sized mascara bottle? It makes maneuvering the thing so much more difficult than just a normal handle/bottle.
Anyways...the mascara itself is ok. Pretty dark, and the formula is a nice, thin formula...but perhaps a little too thin. It has very little buildability for me..and tend to clump up into these watery little triangles. The brush itself is inexplicable...slightly haphazard bristles in a curve (?)...I doubt if that adds anything to the mascara.
Overall a pretty EH mascara for me. Nothing special, nothing great...just mediocre at best.