Guys, I have found my new favourite mascara.
I have tried so many Charlotte Tilbury, and for the most part, the brand is definitely worth the hype. When it comes to mascaras though, it really take a lot to blow me away. You guys know that my fave is Too Faced’s Better Than Sex and every time I see a mascara come out with a similar brush, I have high hopes for it. Sometimes it performs and other times they fall flat.
Well, Charlotte Tilbury’s Legendary Lashes Vol. 2 definitely performs.
Legendary Lashes Volume 2 (C$38) is a the brand’s reformulated version of the original Legendary Lashes that promised volumized lashes in a long-wear, smudge-proof, humidity-resistant formula. The brand also guarantees that it increases volume of your lashes by 507 per cent after one application (seriously, such a random number).
This mascara is only available in one shade, black, which I love, since let’s be honest, how often are you going to wear another shade? I didn’t try the original formula, but I absolutely love this one and it’s right up there with Too Faced’s BTS, Tarte’s Lights, Camera, Lashes! and Marc Jacobs Beauty Velvet Noir. This mascara gives you dark, thick, and long lashes, leaving you with noticeable eyes.
The brush on this mascara is that hourglass shape that I love. One swipe is really all you need, but the more you layer it, the more your lashes will stand out. I wouldn’t say that my lashes look over 500 per cent increased, but it does a phenomenal job at making them look fuller and longer. I would definitely say that this makes my lashes look double.
If you can’t tell already, I absolutely love this mascara and can’t recommend it enough. The brush is so fluffy and really allows you to coat and exaggerate each lash, leaving you with that false lash effect. If you are interested in picking it up, Sephora is having their VIB and Rouge sale starting tomorrow, so you can get some money off!
What’s your favourite mascara?
Please note, products provided by PR, all opinions are my own.
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