have to echo a reader’s recent comment that they are, “sick of every brand
promising longer fuller lashes and then failing to deliver.” I mean, instead of
bugging us bloggers to state where we get a product from when reviewing
something, maybe they should focus on the products and the claims they make.
It’s a well known fact that a lot of the ads in magazines for mascaras have the
models wearing false lashes. Why is this ok to do? It’s completely misleading. So
when it comes to mascara, my flag is also up but two new ones are getting my
stamp of approval here.
BROWN Extreme Party Mascara ($22 @ bobbibrown.com) is one is you can layer. As
in let a coat dry and then add another one to get le volume. Have you ever been
able to do that before? Not to my knowledge. Just make sure you use a lash comb
to comb through each coat. (I’m a big fan of this one to comb through lashes).
And just how many coats? I tried three and then four and decided three looked
Lash DNA Mascara ($19 @ smashbox.com) uses a, get this, Double Helix Brush to get
every single lash, no matter how short, lengthened and defined. And this has
such a cute tag line, “Defy genetics with Lash DNA.”