Monday, 23 March 2015

Collection Big Fake Curves Mascara Review

If there's one thing I am, it's a mascara snob. I have always, for as long as I have been wearing the magical stuff opted for high-end mascara. From Benefit to Yves Saint Laurent being my favourites, this year I decided I needed to dive more into the world of drugstore and gather a better knowledge for my lovely readers. 

Looking at my collection of high-end mascaras I decided it was time to inject some drugstore magic into my life. Collection caught my attention, as all the mascaras were under £6.00, admittedly the packaging of ‘Big Fake Curves’ snatched my attention. The pink, black and white compliment each other so well and it just looks so pretty sitting in my stash (priorities?)

The brush scared me at first, its huge! I really thought it would be one of those annoying mascaras that hit your eyelid and underneath your eye and just cause a horrifying mess. But to my surprise it applied my mascara very neatly, although as you can tell by the picture a bit clumpy. If I had enough time in the morning, basically if I didn’t eat breakfast and apply make-up in the first place I would have the time to apply this perfectly… The mascara lasted well through out the day, with no drop outs and my lashes stayed volumised!

What’s your favourite drugstore mascara? My bank account needs a cheaper option!


1 comment

  1. I think Collection are one of the best brands for cheaper mascaras, I used to use them all the time! At the moment I really want to try the mascaras by MeMeMe as they apparently have a good dupe for YSL Baby Doll which is my ultimate mascara xx

    Charlotte / Colours & Carousels


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