One of my favourite makeup product to try is mascara. There’s something about having bold, black lashes that makes me all mushy inside. I know there are other ways to achieve this (false lashes, lash extensions), but there’s just something about a good mascara that gets to me. So I was really excited when I received this mascara from Essential Care (also known as Odylique) to try out.
With smooth and fast-drying application, our mascaras are smudge-resistant and packed with deeply conditioning plant extracts like aloe vera, calendula and sea buckthorn fruit to beautifully define and care for your lashes.
I really like the brush on this mascara because you really get NO CLUMPS! If you see a little clump on your lashes, just go over it again with the brush and it is GONE! I don’t like clumps.
MASCARA FACE! 😀
Let see how this one performs on my lashes – here I am au naturel, with one coat, and with two coats.
The end result is very natural, and I mean VERY natural – a bit too natural for my liking.
I have a problem with mascaras where I’d say 95% of the ones I try give me raccoon eyes. For the longest time I thought it was because I had oily lids, and it may have something to do with it too, but I recently realized there’s also another reason: I have this nervous tick where I squeeze my eyes shut tight every few minutes or so. It’s something I’ve been doing since I was a kid and as much as I try to stop it, the need to do it gets stronger the more I try not to do it.
Let’s see how this mascara held up against my habit; here I am four hours later…
Not too well, but like I said most mascaras do this to me so I was expecting it – I always do.
In the end this mascara is not for me – obviously. If it was not for the smudging, I don’t think I would use it all that much though because I like my mascaras to give me ultra black and bold lashes, and this one did not do that. However, if you like a very natural look and you don’t have smudging issues like I do then you’d probably really like this mascara.
What do you look for in a mascara? Is this one too natural for you or is this the effect that you like?
– Chantal 🙂