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Mascara that doesn't give me panda eyes

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CadleCrap Fri 03-Jun-16 14:19:52

I have bought a gazillion different types of waterproof mascara, but within 30 mins of putting them on, my eyelashes are half way down my face.

What brand will actually stay put? Without breaking the bank?

I never used to wear much make up . But as I am getting older, 44, I feel my eyes need a bit more definition.

scaredofthecity Fri 03-Jun-16 14:21:04

The only one I've found that stays put is estee lauder double wear. Pricey but worth it

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Fri 03-Jun-16 15:37:53

No 7 intense volume waterproof

Tubing mascaras are what you need. Guaranteed will not pandify.

Smurfingreat Fri 03-Jun-16 16:05:44

Benefit, they're Real. That stuff does not shift even if I sleep or swim in it.

Toxicity Fri 03-Jun-16 16:53:15

Guerlain Maxi Lash So Volume is great and never gives me panda eyes!

WellTidy Fri 03-Jun-16 18:54:24

You need a thing mascara. A tubing mascara will not smudge. I read about them on MN and realised that I owned knee, the Estée Lauder double wear zero smudge mascara, which I hadn't yet opened. It is fab.

WellTidy Fri 03-Jun-16 18:54:37

Tubing, not thing!

AwkwardSquad Fri 03-Jun-16 20:31:45

Yup, tubing mascara. Boots no. 7 does one if you want to try some without paying high end prices. There's almost always a money-off No. 7 voucher floating about!

Euphemia Fri 03-Jun-16 20:37:00

Tubing mascara from Boots in a gold tube. I've tried all the rest!

nickdrakeslovechild Fri 03-Jun-16 21:22:39

There was an amazing mac one which was discontinued, so now I use barry M vegas waterproof its as good as the Mac one. I have not found anything other than these 2 that dont give me black rings in an hour!

ejska Fri 03-Jun-16 21:44:23

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Specialagentblond Fri 03-Jun-16 21:51:22

Panda here too.......I have just had individual extensions put on, and they're fab. They do look 'done' though

Lucy1308 Fri 03-Jun-16 21:53:25

Another vote for Estée Lauder Double Wear. It is a tubing mascara (like the Boots one) so stays on well and comes off super quickly!!

helly29 Fri 03-Jun-16 23:25:37

Another vote for boots no7 stay perfect (gold tube) it's a tubing one and does not budge, but comes off easily with warm water when you want - it's really the best of both worlds. I occasionally try others but then remember why I shouldn't.

Trojanhorsebox Sat 04-Jun-16 00:12:31

Agree re tubing - Clinique Lash Power is good

I used to be faithful to Lancôme Définicils and it is very good.

I changed to the Clinique one as I preferred the warm water removal as I am sensitive to make up removers.

SuckingEggs Sat 04-Jun-16 00:15:49

What is a tubing mascara?!

Trojanhorsebox Sat 04-Jun-16 00:28:44

What is a tubing mascara?!

I'm not a technical expert but instead of just painting your lashes it forms little tubes around them I think. The little tubes come off with warm water, they look like little spider legs! I'm sure someone will have a better explanation.

CadleCrap Sat 04-Jun-16 01:23:55

Thanks for all the advice. I am not I. The U.K. So can't buy the boots one, but I will look into tubing mascara.

Now, If you can just tell me how to sort out the wrinkles and the greys!

SuckingEggs Sun 05-Jun-16 23:20:24

Thanks Trojan

Damsel Mon 06-Jun-16 17:01:51

Blinc is the best tubing mascara I've found. If you use the primer underneath, you can build length and thickness with that to your desired effect and then use mascara on top.
Blinc

YorkieDorkie Mon 06-Jun-16 17:07:55

How about an eyelash tint?

whitesklyer Mon 06-Jun-16 20:02:34

my sis swears by Eyeco mascara - its the only one she buys. She too is afflicted with Panda bear eyes

hippydippybaloney Mon 06-Jun-16 20:50:24

Thanks nickdrakeslovechild - I grabbed the Barry M one while I was out as I figured for the price it's worth a gamble!

newroundhere Mon 06-Jun-16 20:53:34

I use Bobbi Brown Smokey Eye mascara - doesn't shift all day, it's the best mascara I've used.

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