Lashes that wow: Rimmel London ScandalEyes Wow Wings mascara

I’m always down to try a new mascara, and although my favourite is Too Faced Better Than Sex mascara, I’ve tried so many new ones through the years that totally rival it.

One line of mascaras I’ve always really enjoyed from the drugstore was Rimmel London’s ScandalEyes. I’ve tested various formulas from the line over the years and am always interested whenever they release a new one.

New for 2019, the Rimmel London ScandalEyes Wow Wings mascara promises to deliver instant volume and flared-out lashes for a perfect winged look.

Rimmel London ScandalEyes Wow Wings mascara

This mascara features a unique two-sided brush that has a winged side and a curved side.  You can up the volume with the winged side for sky-high lashes and then wing out the outer corner lashes with the curved side. The idea of this mascara is that the brush really focuses on those outer corner lashes to really give you a nice fringe effect.

Rimmel says that Wow Wings is supposed to give you up to 11-times the volume, and although my lashes definitely looked flared out and bold, I wouldn’t say they had that false effect look to them. I did like how they looked and I would say that the mascara made them noticeable.

Rimmel London ScandalEyes Wow Wings mascara

As for wear, I did find it wore well throughout the day. There was no smudging or flaking going on and my lashes held up from morning to night.  Is it my favourite ScandalEyes version yet? I would say it’s pretty high up there and I really love the design of the brush and how it is focused on flaring out those outer lashes.

If you are looking for a new drugstore mascara, I would definitely take a look at this one.  It did the trick for my lashes and held up throughout the day. I mean, what else could you ask for?

Rimmel London ScandalEyes Wow Wings mascara swatched

Are you a fan of Rimmel’s ScandalEyes mascaras?

Products provided by PR. All opinions are my own.

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