If you’ve been reading my blog for awhile you’ll know that I love CoverGirl mascaras.
When people ask me what my fave mascaras are I’ll usually say Too Faced Better Than Sex and a few from CoverGirl. Since I love them so much, I always get so excited when they release a new one, since they have an amazing track record for releasing great products.
In case you didn’t know, Covergirl is no longer part of P&G Beauty, they are now owned by Coty and their first mascara release under that conglomerate is the So Lashy by BlastPRO mascara. Now you may have heard about this mascara since the commercial and ad campaign features the newest CoverGirl spokesperson, Internet superstar James Charles. The campaign is all about #LashEquality and features celebrities Sofia Vergara and Katy Perry, as well as Muslim beauty blogger Nura Afia.
Available in five shades (four of which are black), this mascara promises bold, dark, and voluminous lashes. What really sets it apart though is the three-in-one brush, which shapes, moulds, and builds lashes, while the ball tip lets you coast those inner- and outer-corner lashes which are often hard to reach.
This brush is definitely different from any other I’ve seen from CoverGirl. Aside from the ball tip, it has two rounded edges and two normal straight ones. Because of that you can get in to reach the root of the lash.
After using this mascara, I wouldn’t say it’s my favourite CoverGirl mascara. In fact, I don’t think it would even break the top five. CoverGirl has tons of great mascaras, so I always get a bit hesitant when I try new ones since there are a few already that blow me away. I certainly don’t hate it since it does make my lashes look nice, however, I would rather buy the Supersizer or Clump Crusher over this one.
With that being said, I do like the wand on this since it has that balled end. Because of that, the brush lets me cover those difficult-to-reach little lashes in the corner, as well as the lower lashes where they can tend to get overcoated.
Since I was using this brand new, I’m interested to see how this will shape up when the mascara is two weeks old. I find that mascara that is a little more drier works way better than when it’s brand new and wet.
If you’ve tried this mascara I would love to know what you thought of it.
Do you like CoverGirl mascaras?
Please note, I received this product for review. All opinions are my own.
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