Best curling mascara on the market?

(8 Posts)
singingsixpence82 Wed 21-Sep-16 14:40:40

Just wondering if anyone has tried loads of them and found one to be better than the others? I just want a proper curl...

Jackie0 Wed 21-Sep-16 14:44:32

You could curl your lashes first with an eyelash curler or another option is a LVL treatment which perms your lashes.
Lisa Eldridge did a YouTube video on it.

singingsixpence82 Wed 21-Sep-16 15:00:02

Thanks Jackie0 - I'm trying to find alternatives to using a curler as it takes so many attempts to get a decent curl then it usually dies. The only curlers that really fit my eye shape have a spring that seems to lose its springiness after two or three curls and then it doesn't work any more. I tried the perm thing but it didn't do anything unfortunately.

Heat up your curler with the hair dryer, it lasts then. Only don't burn your eye with it like I did the first time blush

DoYouRememberJustinBobby Wed 21-Sep-16 15:58:56

The Soap and Glory Thick and Fast HD (gold tube) is outstanding. My lashes usually can't hold a curl but this stuff really manages to keep them looking fantastic for hours.

This one m.boots.com/h5/cat_hub?unCountry=uk&path=%2Fen%2FSoap-Glory%25E2%2584%25A2-Thick-Fast-HD-Mascara-High-Definition-Collagen-Coat_1281366%2F

singingsixpence82 Wed 21-Sep-16 19:55:35

I use heat with the curlers but it still doesn't give me a great result just because no eyelash curlers fit my eye properly apart from one brand that only works the first few times until the spring goes.

I'll try the soap and glory one, thanks for the tip Justin!

LazySusan11 Thu 22-Sep-16 03:01:41

Waterproof mascara holds a curl better, start with one coat wait until it dries then curl your lashes comb through add another coat.

singingsixpence82 Fri 23-Sep-16 15:50:58

Thanks lazy

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