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COVERGIRL - LashBlast Mascara Very Black - 0.44 fl. oz. (13.1 ml)

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My only qualm is that the thicker brush doesn't grasp onto my outermost lashes without a little handy work. Probably the strongest recommendation for this mascara that I can give you is the fact that, despite trying many dozens of other mascaras over the years, I have bought at least one tube of Covergirl Lashblast Volume annually for almost a decade now--and in several of those years I bought multiple tubes. As you can see, my lashes are actually visible in the photo on the right, and noticeably thicker and more curled. While it's not the most dramatic difference I've ever witnessed, CoverGirl LashBlast Volume doles out the perfect, everyday dose of lift and definition to give my tired, weary eyes a little boost as I stumble out of bed and into my desk chair to begin the workday and start my Zoom meetings.

This clean formula is free from parabens, sulfate, talc and mineral oil, and it’s infused with argan and marula oils to help condition lashes while you’re wearing it. I also don't believe any brand claims or before-and-after photos until I've actually tested the mascaras on myself. I wonder how the CoverGirl LashBlast Volume Waterproof mascara compares to CoverGirl LashBlast 24hr.The shape seems to be a nod to the original COVERGIRL Lash Blast Volume Mascara—a chunky, easy to grip design that carries over well. It turns out there are very few mascaras that don't make my lashes clump and provide adequate lift, curl, and volume, and CoverGirl's LashBlast Volume Mascara is one of them. The downside of the blunt ended brush with short bristles is that it's hard to get all the tiny lashes in the corners of my eyes or to get right to the roots of my lashes, especially on the back/top side of them (which I always coat, because they are blond, and they will look two-toned otherwise).

New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging . My favourite remains the original Volume for dramatic lashes, but Clump Crusher has also won my heart as a great everyday mascara. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.The Length version has short fine bristles that are spaced closer, the Clump Crusher has a curved shape and very short bristles, while the Full Lash Bloom has varying lengths of bristles, as well as bristles at the ends that form a little spiked ball. Read more about the condition New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging is applicable). Yes for sure the Full Bloom provides softer lashes but I’m not entirely sure WHY softer lashes are that important? But be warned, during a very long and very awkward work dinner a few weeks ago, I went to the bathroom and saw that my waterproof mascara had transferred slightly to my eyelids, because the sweatiness of having to make nice with my professional nemesis in front of a foreign colleague was apparently more than any mascara could handle.

For the Brits out there, Max Factor is the sister brand to CoverGirl and offers the equivalent mascaras in different names / packaging. The bristles really did grab each and every hair, especially after I wiggled the wand through them for good measure. With 10x the volume from bare lashes, there's no smudging or clumping - just long, full eyelashes that stay put all day! All of this to say, when I got the opportunity to try the new COVERGIRL Lash Blast Clean Volume Mascara, I was 1) completely thrilled that the brand has become Leaping Bunny-certified cruelty-free and 2) really stoked that there was a clean mascara option for less than ten bucks.

I'm wearing two layers of the shade Very Black in the after shot, but the formula also comes in Black, Black Brown, and Brown. YEARS OF BIG, BOLD VOLUME: The iconic waterproof mascara delivers up to 10x more volume* for a big, bold lash look.

Curl lashes again, holding the curler gently clamped at the base of lashes for 10 seconds on each side. Petroleum Distillates, Polyethylene, Disteardimonium Hectorite, Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax, Trihydroxystearin, Propylene Carbonate, Pentaerythrityl Hydrogenated Rosinate, Tall Oil Glycerides, Tocopheryl Acetate, Propylparaben, Panthenol, Tocopherol, Phenoxyethanol, Iron Oxides. This particular mascara is especially difficult to review, because there's nothing exactly remarkable about it, despite its being one of my favorite mascaras out there. I’ve been experimenting with makeup since I was in middle school (earlier, if you count my mom letting me wear her lipstick to run errands at Walmart circa nine years old). By submitting, you consent to the processing of your personal data for the purpose of offering and processing marketing offers by Notino International Limited.

Both of them are great for not clumping, much like their younger sibling, Covergirl Clump Crusher by LashBlast ( reviewed here). I figured, to add some interest to this post, I'd compare the regular and waterproof versions, because they're not exactly the same. On top of everything else, my lashes are very sparse, so when mascara starts lumping groups of lashes together, it's an automatic "no" for me. I happen to have all of CoverGirl’s LashBlast mascaras in my stash, so I thought I’d do an overview post to show the differences between them, and my preferences. I’ve also grown to be super conscious about the mascara I use on them, choosing cleaner formulas these days and being that much more careful about ingredients.

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