|Would buy this product again.||65%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Other
I love the formulation of this mascara. It is very inky, and does not clump. I love how natural it looks. The only thing that kept me from giving it a 5 star rating is the fact that I cannot use it on my bottom lashes because it smudges very easily, and also because the mascara wand is quite short and hard to use at first. Other than that, it is my favourite mascara of all time and I will definitely stick to it. So much better than my Dior Iconic mascara, and for less money too :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I have a love hate relationship with eyes right. I love the formula. It's very black, very build able and it doesn't clump. The problems tho is that it smudges very easily and the tiny wand makes it hard to apply. The top lashes arnt to bad but getting the inner and bottom can be quite a pain. It smells of wheatgrass, which IMO love. But after a second the smell goes away. Iv used eyes right for over a month now and my lashes seem to be fuller and my healthier.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Love love love. NO clumps. Look completely natural. It costed $20 but i was worth it
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is legitimately my favorite mascara of all time.
I already have long lashes and curl them so I don't look for crazy qualities in mascara. I like a lighter product, but you can easily build Eyes Right to get thicker lashes too. Wen I first tried Neutrogena's Lash Tint, this is what I wanted it to be like. It's all natural and the oils in it keep it from clumping. There is no clumping. No. Clumping. Every mascara on the planet advertises its no clumping, but more often then not, they clump. This doesn't. It's because of the ingredients, it's literally wheatgrass, 2 waxes, and pigment. Your lashes stay supple, not crunchy (crunchy lashes are a pet peeve of mine). I also have heard from others that the wheatgrass helps with lash growth, so there's that. The packaging is cute, it reminds me of an apothercary. You'd be surprised at how quick you get used to the short wand too. My only gripe is the wand head/brush is nothing special, but Eyes Right is so solid, that's hardly something to lower its rating over.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
For a natural, no fuss mascara look this is amazing. I love build-able mascara, and I was using Bobbi Brown's Extreme Party. I have switched to this for everyday, and I can leave the house with just this on and feel pretty. The applicator is small, however, I like it because I feel more control over the brush.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I was so excited about this product - I love Lush, and I have sensitive eyes so thought this would be the perfect product for me. Alas no. As others have pointed out the super short wand is annoying and makes it hard to apply. And I find my eyes start to sting after only a few hours of wearing it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
So I've been using this for a couple months now and as stated in other reviews it does come with a ridiculously short wand. That aside I think this is my new HG mascara. I have very very sensitive eyes, oily lids and work with water that splashes around. This stuff holds up to all that with no smudging, flaking, clumping or fall out, plus after using it for a while I've noticed my lashes look longer and thicker than before. The price is a bit higher than I would pay for mascara but for what it's done and how it feels I would definitely buy it again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
For makeup junkies who are looking for more natural and organic beauty, this is a homerun. The ingredients for the mascara are lovely and for an organic product to work this well, it is certainly rare.
The price point of $18.95 CDN is a bit steep, considering you receive 5 g of the product. It is smooth, unscented, doesn't flake, cake or smear and creates a very natural and thickening effect without looking false or cheap.
The product comes in a an eyedropper bottle and has the expiration date, like all Lush products, right on the container - which when you think about it, should be done for ALL mascaras!!!
I have a complaint about the wand as it is very tiny and somewhat difficult to maneovre, but it isn't impossible. Awkward at first but not impossible. The bottle itself is tiny and very travel friendly.
Overall, this is a great product and feels like I am doing something good for my lashes instead of slathering layers of chemicals over my lashes. Anyone with contact lenses, glasses or eye sensitivities would also really benefit from a product like this.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
This product actually goes on the lashes nicely, but I find the wand to use very awkward. It's a good mascara from the standpoint that it doesn't irritate my eyes, and its lightweight in that when you curl your lashes, it holds the curl well. If they would make the mascara in a normal tube shape and wand, and perhaps in black/brown shade, I would buy again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
The packaging of this is crap. I don't mean that the brush is too short because after years of putting mascara on, I found that no real problem (though the eye corners are more challenging.) No, the problem is the flimsiness of the lid. Today I was getting ready to go on a first date. I had 20 minutes left, and wanted to use them to do flawless mascara. I had one coat on one eye before I put the lid back into the tube to get more product--and the brush bit got lodged in the bottom I figured I'd just screw the lid back on and when I screwed it back undone, the part would've fit back in. No! By the time I'd used needle-nosed tweezers to pull all the bits out of the bottle, I had mascara all over my hands and the guy was supposed to be t my house in 10 minutes. I tried to just use the loose brush, to apply the product, but because it needs the opening reducer to control how much product gets on it, it just got huge quantities of mascara out and even wiping the brush couldn't really fix it. Disaster.
This mascara is actually really good. When the brush is able to function, the application leaves no clumps and gives the lashes excellent definition. The packaging is a huge problem, though. I don't care about having to put out a few dollars more for this product than for others, but if the packaging can't survive until the end of the use, there's improvement needed.