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Which mascara is best for hay fever sufferers?

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daffsntulips Thu 14-Apr-16 17:53:45

I would like a mascara that neutralises the pollen as it lands on my lashes but I doubt it exists.

i currently use Liz Earle but I'm not impressed with it.

So failing that do you have any recommendations?

Shannaratiger Thu 14-Apr-16 17:55:54

I wouldn't use any. Eyelashes will be more efficient at catching irritants without mascara on.

daffsntulips Thu 14-Apr-16 17:59:02

But make up without mascara just wouldn't look right

TheSpottedZebra Thu 14-Apr-16 18:19:31

I've been using Clinique Lash Power for years. Every time I change, I get itchy eyes, or bits flake off, or I smudge it all over my face.

It's a tubing one - maybe other tubing ones would suit me but I've not actually tried them.

NB I don't think it has magical pollen neutralising powers, alas. But it does cope with my watery eyes, and me using eye drops a lot.

daffsntulips Thu 14-Apr-16 19:18:50

I may try that next time, thanks

sneepy Thu 14-Apr-16 20:28:16

None. I get mine dyed.

SunshinePanda Fri 15-Apr-16 06:49:48

Also use tubing mascara - No 7. This has made me able to wear mascara in the Summer as I really scratch at my eyes when I have hay fever. Tried Blinc tubing one first but prefer No 7.

BringMeTea Fri 15-Apr-16 07:23:14

Second tubing mascara. Only type I can wear. Kanebo do a great one if you can get that but the No7 is good too. I found the Clinique one too spidery and clumpy.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Fri 15-Apr-16 07:24:53

No 7 intense volume waterproof- fab stuff and doesn't shift.

Don't understand neutralising the pollenconfused

JapanNextYear Fri 15-Apr-16 07:33:12

I get my eyelashes dyed so don't need mascara. Friend has false eyelashes that last a month, looks really good, but I think I rub my eyes too much for them to stay on, but might be worth a try.

When dye fades I use no 7 waterproof mascara.

daffsntulips Tue 19-Apr-16 07:18:53

I got the No 7 tubing one and I am v impressed with it so far

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