Mascara… one of those products that everyone needs in their makeup collection.
Okay, so technically, no one really needs any makeup, but when it comes to the millions of items out there, even if you are a basic makeup wearer, chances are, you have a mascara in your makeup bag.
I’ve tried my fair share of mascaras from a variety of different brands, but I don’t believe that I have ever tried Mary Kay’s formula. You guys know I am often impressed with MK products, so I set my expectations high for this one, and it didn’t disappoint.
The Lash Love mascara, which has been around for a while but recently came out with redesigned packaging, is a mascara that defines, depends, and gives you longer, more voluminous lashes. Available in just black, the water-resistant formula contains their exclusive Panthenol-Pro Complex and vitamin E to help moisturize, strengthen, and condition lashes. Lashes are left looking longer, more defined, and prevented by breakage and brittleness.
Now the real showstopper for this mascara is the brush. The flexible, thin, sculpted brush allows you to coat every lash from base to tip, leaving lashes looking fuller, longer, and defined (no clumping). I love mascara that offer these skinny wands, as it really allows you to get in there and coat even the toughest-to-reach lashes.
If you can’t tell already, I really like this mascara. The formula really did give me defined and long-looking lashes that didn’t drop as the day went on. I also like using mascaras that offer this type of wand as a finishing mascara paired with one of my favourites, Too Faced Better Than Sex or L’Oreal Paris Lash Paradise, since it helps to separate out the lashes even more.
Now I saved the best part for last. The price on this is only C$21, which is very affordable for a quality mascara like this (I was actually shocked at the pricing since Mary Kay products can sometime be a little bit more expensive). Since this mascara also features special packaging, Mary Kay will donate $1 from each sale of the mascara to The Mary Kay Ash Charitable Foundation, which supports women’s shelters and survivors of abuse, as well as the Look Good Feel Better program.
The only downfall of Mary Kay Cosmetics (depending on who you ask), is the fact that you have to buy it through an independent seller (but you are able to order through your rep through the MK website). If you have a rep who you deal with already, I would totally add this to your next order since it really is fabulous. If you don’t have a rep, well, I’m sure it’ll be easy to find one ;).
Have you tried Mary Kay Lash Love mascara?
Please note, products provided by PR, all opinions are my own.
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