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Can anyone recomend a cheapish tubing mascara?

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cuddybridge Mon 25-May-15 20:40:15

My DD has asked for a tubing mascara for her birthday, but I dont know where to start looking for one. I had a poke around boots, but non of the mascaras I saw said that they were tubing ones. Any help gratefully received

Sansarya Mon 25-May-15 20:56:07


Talisin Mon 25-May-15 21:01:10

No7 Stay Perfect in the gold tube. Superdrug do a couple as well but look them up online first because they don't say on the tube and the staff have no idea.

domesticslattern Mon 25-May-15 21:07:06

Yes, Boots number 7 in the gold tube, Stay Perfect. It doesn't say it on the packaging, which is most annoying. As I hate tubing mascara with a passion - it is not buildable and the bits go everywhere when you try to take it off. I am wearing it today as I need to finish the mascara tube and it is taking forever! But on the other hand it is unbudgeable.

Rocksie Mon 25-May-15 22:10:28

I use Superdrug's B.Longer lengthing and defining which is a tube mascara. It coats the lashes really well, doesn't clump or smudge and lasts all day.

It's usually £9.99 but is currently on offer for 4.99


Enjoyingtheattention Mon 25-May-15 22:28:00

Clinique lash power is a good tubing mascara which I use for everyday use. I ordered a great one from the U.S. called Blink, which is better for lengthening and came very quickly. Both roughly £18 from memory.

Carpaccio Mon 25-May-15 22:37:09

L'Oreal Beauty Tubes ( ) is very good IMO.
I don't really care much for the primer bit, but the mascara bit is very nice.

Estee Lauder Double Wear Zero-Smudge Lengthening Mascara is also very good, but it is more expensive. It does come in brown as well which I really like.

Euphemia Mon 25-May-15 22:59:49

Boots No. 7 is the best - all-day wear, comes off in easy, satisfying tubes. smile

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