While mascara seems to be one of the easier products you can skimp on (after all, you should replace it after three months) I have a hard time finding mascaras in the drugstore that live up to my expectations. I like them extra dark, extra long and they should be able to make it through a full day without flaking under my eyes. Now that my lashes are extra long thanks to RevitaLash, I can actually wear a variety of lash looks. Some days, I like to go for the extra glamour and some days I prefer a natural, feathery look.
COVERGIRL recently launched the new NatureLuxe Mousse Mascara. It's kind of amazing, for a lot of reasons. First of all, it's made with beeswax, which adds volume without flaking. This mascara is very light and feels almost weightless on the lashes. According to their scientists, it's actually 20% lighter than traditional mascaras. It's made with Tapioca Polymers that keep lashes curled while allowing them to feel flexible. Finally, it lives up to its green packaging. Compared to other similar mascaras, NatureLuxe Mousse Mascara is created in a way that reduces emissions, water consumption, energy use and package waste.
The brush on this is a simple plastic bristled brush that gets into the base of the lashes and encourages them not to clump. This tool provides a nice combo of stiff bristles to control the mascara and a medium thick brush (diameter-wise).
But how does it look? Gorgeous! Light, shiny and feathery. My lashes looked perfect all day long, even though I was walking around outside in the heat and humidity. This mascara didn't budge or flake, at all. If you are looking for lashes that look naturally very pretty without being overdone, heavy or super thick, Natureluxe Mousse Mascara is for you!
(Wearing NatureLuxe Mousse Mascara and Rapture Lip Perfection Lipstick)
It's available officially in July, but I've seen it everywhere already. It's selling for about $9 and is available in a waterproof formula as well (I tested the regular formula).
Product was sent for review. COVERGIRL tests on animals.
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