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Best mascara please

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feathermucker Mon 24-Apr-17 13:41:42

One that doesn't clump at all and has a nice normal brush ( by that, I mean I don't normally get on with thin ones lol) Thank you smile

TomaytoTomahto Mon 24-Apr-17 13:49:51

I've been using www.benefitcosmetics.com/uk/en-gb/product/theyre-real-lengthening-mascara or www.charlottetilbury.com/uk/legendary-lashes-volumizing-mascara.html?gclid=Cj0KEQjw4827BRDJvpbVuKvx-rIBEiQA2_CzsKfXnI1Q5BsRVWRVUyf4TMPnht-D3YL1X75l_sKptawaAnC98P8HAQ these days and they're great.

theredjellybean Mon 24-Apr-17 13:56:56

sisley
www.sisley-paris.com/en-GB/phyto-mascara-ultra-stretch-7-5ml-3473311850100.html

very pricey but definitely the best ever ...it is my holy grail of mascaras

FurryElephant Mon 24-Apr-17 13:58:05

I love the L'Oréal telescopic! The brush is pretty thin but it's the only one that's never clumped for me.

Rumblemumble Mon 24-Apr-17 14:06:35

My favourite is Bobbi brown smokey eye mascara. Lasts all day, doesn't flake and you can really build it up for maximum impact

Zampa Mon 24-Apr-17 14:08:15

I've had a huge problem with mascara giving me 🐼 eyes throughout the day. However, I've just come across Beauty Pie and it's fabulous! Cheap as chips and high quality.

PolaDeVeboise Mon 24-Apr-17 14:33:20

Max Factor Masterpiece Max. Been all round the (expensive and cheap) houses looking for the perfect one and ALWAYS come back to this. Best tenner you'll ever spend!

MusicToMyEars800 Mon 24-Apr-17 14:35:40

benefit they're real is very good, but a pain to remove. I love the bourjois mascaras especially the false lash effet liner one, and rimmel volume flash is another I always go back to.

MusicToMyEars800 Mon 24-Apr-17 14:36:30

also Benfit Bad gal lash is good, I love the brush on it, the name is a bit teeny though grin

stumblymonkeyreturns Mon 24-Apr-17 14:45:27

Benefit They're Real

I've just tried roller lashes but it's giving me reverse panda 🐼 (it's coming off onto just under my eyebrows, it's an interesting look).

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