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Mascara help

(7 Posts)
HerrenaHarridan Sun 07-Dec-14 21:34:21

Ok I'm feeling brave so in going for my second ever post in s and b.

Since my merrel boots worked out so well flowers

Mascara, I have ridiculously thick, very dark lashes. I have never bought (or worn out of the house) mascara as it just goes clumpy on my thick lashes.

However I now have an outfit planned that it's won't work without it, big swing dress, huge underskirt everything overstated.
So can anyone recommend a mascara that won't turn my eyelashes in this

Madaboutthrows Sun 07-Dec-14 23:35:06

Try the clinique site. May help you

SofaCanary Sun 07-Dec-14 23:50:27

Unusual problem.

Try Eyeko Skinny Mascara,

TheCowThatLaughs Sun 07-Dec-14 23:53:54

Max factor masterpiece doesn't clump on me. Try just putting a bit on and keeping it near the roots too? You can always put a bit more on if not enough

mowglik Mon 08-Dec-14 00:30:50

Try this technique: put some mascara on a lash comb then sweep that through your lashes. You'll get a light coat of mascara that won't clump and you can build up layers too

MsVanRein Mon 08-Dec-14 11:12:02

Clinique Naturally Glossy or High Lengths both good for a thin coating that doesn't clump.

LetItBeMe Mon 08-Dec-14 16:00:16

hi, I have a lot of lashes too. I recently tried one in boots number 7 range with argan oil. its very light and not heavy at all. I find because I have long lashes, mascara feels so heavy.

this was more defining, a bit more so than clear but certainly not clumpy and conditioning too.

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