Maybelline The Falsies

After the debacle with the previous mascara I'd reviewed (note: my sister ended up liking it a lot!), I picked up a couple other mascaras in the hope to find The One.. or just one that doesn't annoy me to bits. After a couple postive reviews I picked up Maybelline The Falsies and I've tested it for quite some time.

Maybelline promises 300% more visible lashes with no gaps, which can be easily achieved with the flexible fan brush. Personally I don't think it was neccessary to put the flexible bit in the brush because it makes it harder to control but the fan brush itself is fine. It was easy to reach all the lashes, not in one single stroke, though, but I don't think that's possible whatsoever.

 The coverage is easily buildable, you can definitely go for that full lashes look with this one. Sometimes I find that some mascaras give you that extreme lashes look a bit too quickly but I didn't have that issue with this one. It also dispenses product very nicely so you don't overcoat your lashes with this one. However, there's one thing that I disliked about this mascara and that's that it's just a little messy. It almost always gave me mascara clumps, on the lid or lower lashline but also on the lashes themselves. That bothers me a little because although it looks great often, I want a product that I can fully trust and perhaps use in the dark. That's not the case with this one, sadly.

As a person with very teary and sensitive eyes I was very impressed with this mascara. I didn't get the waterproof version but it never let me down when my eyes got irritated and teary. It might be because I heard somewhere that this mascara contains and ingredient that makes it waterproof? Although it's not on the bottle? I definitely heard that somewhere and I believe it, because it gives me the same security as a waterproof product does, except that this one comes off without all my eyelashes.

All in all I quite like this mascara. It does give me more length and volume and it stays on all day. The messy-ness sadly just makes it harder to apply, and harder to love. But it's fine to use for now but I don't think I would repurchase it when it runs out.

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