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Is there a fab mascara that fattens lashes? Preferably waterproof?

(11 Posts)
Purplerainbow Mon 17-Apr-17 18:40:28

I like to wear waterproof as it doesn't budge. Normally use max factor false lash effect. That doesn't budge at all but I do have long lashes but they are quite skinny so I'd love a new one that really fattens them up without clogging. Can anyone recommend one please? Iv tried so many and none really seem to make a massive difference so I'm not sure if I'm flogging a dead horse?


justanotheryoungmother Mon 17-Apr-17 19:36:56

Depends on budget but Lancôme Hypnose Mascara is amazing smile

Purplerainbow Mon 17-Apr-17 19:57:11

Don't mind too much on the cost of it's worth it just! Is that one waterproof?

leadrightfoot Mon 17-Apr-17 22:48:13

Yep she's got it Lancôme Hypnose it's waterproof and does not flake unlike every other mascara on the planet

Judydreamsofhorses Mon 17-Apr-17 23:10:10

I like MAC False Lashes waterproof - the Lancôme one was really claggy on me.

gaggiagirl Mon 17-Apr-17 23:12:23

L'oréal lash architect 4D waterproof came out top against more expensive brands when it was tested on the BBC show shop well for less.

Purplerainbow Tue 18-Apr-17 06:31:15

I'm not desperate for the best waterproof one iyswim, more the fab mascara that's good at fattening lashes that happens to be waterproof grin I need to have a look at these though. I wear a lot of mac make up and have samples of their mascara and didn't really rate them....

FrannySalinger Tue 18-Apr-17 06:38:42

I always recommend Clinique flutter to full - a great tubing mascara (and almost impossible to remove).

Rudymentary Tue 18-Apr-17 06:43:02

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Purplerainbow Tue 18-Apr-17 06:46:03

I do swim (but with dc not full on lane swimming) I just find non waterproof ends up in the creases under my eyes?

Purplerainbow Tue 18-Apr-17 06:46:56

I also walk a lot and find in the drizzle/rain and also at the gym anything other than waterproof smudges...

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