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Clarins Mascara Supra Volume Review and Photos

It’s about time I review the newest Clarins mascara which was launched as a part of their Autumn collection and was  already included in my monthly favourites several times in  September and October.

And it is actually pretty awesome! It gives the most dramatic results out of all Clarins mascara (at least out of those that I have tried). You can get pretty impressive volume, without being clumpy, and length, and it is ultra-black, too.

I think Supra Volume will work great for girls who

YSL Faux Cils Mascara Review. Rave

My name is Marina, and I am mascara snob. Although most make-up artists and beauty writers say how mascara is the product to save on, this is not for me. After all mascara is one of the most important products in my makeup bag, so it has to be perfect. And YSL Faux Cils meets all my requirements.

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This lill’ gem does not need an introduction, a cult classic for a reason, it gives you phenomenal lashes, hence the name. You get ridiculously -long-touching-your-eyebrows lashes which are voluminous and ultra-black, too. On me this mascara stays on pretty well, without smudging for the whole working day.

And that is not to mention that it comes in the gorgeous YSL gold packaging. And although I am the biggest fan of black you will ever find, I still think that YSL’s gold feels more luxurious. And, yes, when you pay a lot for

Rouge Bunny Rouge WITCHERY Modelling Mascara. Review. Rave

Today I’d like to tell you more about one of the best mascaras that I have used, and it is Rouge Bunny Rouge WITCHERY Modelling mascara. I have already mentioned it in my October favourites so here are more details.

Rouge Bunny Rouge WITCHERY Modelling Mascara. Review.

Who knows how you look better than your Mum? So when the other day when I was seeing mine she asked if I was wearing false lashes or had lash extensions I knew that this mascara works. Especially considering that my lashes are not something to write home about…

First of all I really love the rubber brush which is bendable, easy to use,  and mess-free, I don’t get the

Max Factor Mastepiece Transform High Impact Volumising Mascara Review

When I was a teen, I considered Max Factor mascara to be a proper luxury, I had to save money to  get myself a tube. Although that was ages ago, but I am still in love with the brand’s mascaras. In fact, their latest one – Excess Volume Extreme Impact was  very innovative and brilliant

But what about Masterpiece Transform High Impact Volumising Mascara?

Max Factor Masteprice Transform High Impact Volumising Mascara ReviewIt is actually phenomenal, I think. I have been using it for weeks now, and I am absolutely in love. It gives the most amazing effect – intense, dramatic ultra black  lashes with impressive volume and  fullness.

But I have to  mention that this mascara gets a lot better with time when it dries out a bit, but I think that it’s the same for all the mascaras.

And what I personally appreciate the most – how long-lasting it is. It stays on really well, of course not as a waterproof mascara,  but definitely better than any other mascara that I’ve used. My eyes are very sensitive and they are watering a lot, so I really appreciate it.  It can be hard to remove it by the end of the day, but who cares?

The  bendy rubbery brush has short bristles which distribute the product that way that  it coats each lash and gives this dramatic effect.

I have actually noticed that  Mastepiece Transform already won several beauty awards, and rightly so! It is that good.Max Factor Masteprice Transform High Impact Volumising Mascara Review brushYou can buy it from Boots and Superdrug for £9.99.

Ellis Faas Mascara Review

I wanted to write a review about Ellis Faas’ Mascara for a long time already, so here is is finally.

It comes in a signature “bullet” design which all my designer friends rated very highly.  I love the brand’s products a lot and always expect exceptional quality. And this mascara does deliver, in my opinion.

Here is, by the way, the image to support the mascara created by Ellis.  Those are clearly false eye lashes and, unlike a lot of other brands, EF doesn’t claim that you will get a ridiculously long and thick lashes, that is just a creative and fun image.

But back to the mascara. I would say that it is a lengthening mascara and actually, I have just checked, it is described as a lengthening one. Not that is doesn’t give any volume but it is great at giving length and separation.  And it is probably my favourite thing!

This mascara is not clumpy at all, even if I apply several coats, the lashes are defined but they don’t stick to each other, so I son;t need to comb through.

The other thing that I love is that Mascara is pretty long-lasting, it doesn’t smudge or