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The Mascara That Changed My View on Lashes...



I was gifted with naturally long and curled lashes. Therefore, there isn't a mascara that I've tried and haven't liked. There have been formulas that I don't get along with in terms of longevity and ease of removal, but for the lengthening and curling part, it always does the trick! Everyone always talked about how their lashes need to be so long and I'd always think to myself that they already touch my brows without mascara...

I've come to realize that I love any kind of gift set/trial size packages because there's about five things for the price of one and you get enough in the sample to last a while so you get a fair test with it. That being said, when I got the Benefit Advent calendar, I was given the option of another mascara that I've haven't heard much about, the BadGal Lash.

When I first tried it, I mixed it with my Neutrogena mascara. I loved it straight away but it wasn't until I used that mascara solely on my lashes for me to see the full effect. I believe I'm correct on saying this, but it's a volumizing mascara. And me oh my does this stuff volumize! Once I stopped obsessing over my lash length, I saw that my lashes instantly became fuller. I'm in love with the brush actually being a brush and not plastic, I feel that that kind of brush is best for volume as it clings onto each and every hair. Now I've currently moved on to a different and equally comparable mascara so it's not like it's the best thing since curled lashes, but if you're a fan of Benefit, try it out!

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