Fluttery lashes: Covergirl LashBlast Flourish mascara
I’ve always loved CoverGirl mascaras.
Not sure what it is about them, but every one I have tried I’ve just loved. When people ask me for mascara recommendations I’ll usually say Too Faced Better Than Sex, Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes, L’Oreal Paris Voluminous Lash Paradise, and pretty much any mascara from CoverGirl.
A couple weeks back, the drugstore beauty brand sent me a box which opened up to every single LashBlast they have released, as well as their new one, Flourish. Available in four shades (brown, brown black, black, and very black), this mascara – housed in a turquoise packaging – includes lush ingredients such as coconut, avocado, and papaya oils to help condition lashes, build volume, and add definition.
It seems like coconut oil in mascaras is a thing now since I feel like I have tried numerous new mascaras lately with that star ingredient. I have to say that I do enjoy this little addition since it helps to nourish lashes and keep them soft. With Flourish, you’ll definitely notice that your lashes look nice and soft.
Just like how CoverGirl has knocked it out of the park with their other mascaras, this one kills it once again. This mascara is perfect for everyday wear since your lashes look and feel soft, long, and separated. There’s no clumping and there’s soft buildable volume in here. The reason this mascara works so well is no doubt the brush. It’s long and thin, letting you coat every single lash and get the product on from base to tips.
So how does it stack up to the rest of them? I would say this is like Clump Crusher, but with a more nourishing formula. Long, luscious lashes that are soft and nourished? Total win-win. Pick this one up, ASAP.
Which CoverGirl mascara is your favourite?
Please note, I received this product for review. All opinions are my own.
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