Suncoat - Natural Sugar-based Mascara

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 Suncoat - Natural Sugar-based Mascara

3.0

1 review

0% would repurchase

Package Quality: 5.0

Price: $$$

Package Quality: 5.0

Price: $$$

INGREDIENTS

Water, kaolin clay, modified corn starch (natural sugar resin), iron oxide, vegetable glycerin, soya lecithin, citric acid, tocopherol, grapefruit seed extract

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Age: 30-35

Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm

Hair: Blond, Other, Fine

Eyes: Blue

PROS:
- Moderate volume, length and curl
- Does not smudge or flake
- Does not irritate my sensitive eyes
- Washes off easily
- Traditional spoolie brush does not scratch eyes
- Well matched brush to wiper hole, dispenses the right amount onto the brush without having to wipe excess on a tissue
- Natural Preservative based on Grapefruit Extract
- Free of PVP (polyvinyl pyrrolidone polymer), acrylic copolymer, VA (vinyl acetate) polymer, Free of fragrance, paraben, alcohol and glycol
- Vegan

CONS:
- Super thick, sticky, heavy, clumps lashes horribly
- Needs so much time and effort separating lashes after application it feels like work (I use a clean spoolie brush or lash comb)
- Leaves tiny fibers sticking out sideways from the lashes that look a little silly
- Navy Blue shade is a dirty blue-black, not very blue and very muddy, unflattering

This mascara is not one of those you can just swipe and go. Without taking a lot of time to brush out the sticky clumps it looks so gross it is unwearable. I like the look this mascara brings with length, volume and curl but I just can't be bothered with having to separate out sticky lashes every time and the colored one just wasn't colored enough for me. For natural mascaras I prefer the "Living Nature Conditioning Mascara" which can be applied in seconds without work.

I ordered from Suncoat, online and it took about a week to get from Canada to me in New Zealand.

http://suncoatproducts.com/index-mascara.htm

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