Because I’m a mascara hoarder and you should be too…
Fun fact: I absolutely love testing new mascara. Sure, I’m loyal to a small few (see here and here), but when I hear good things about specific new launches it’s honestly super easy to quickly test them out. Unlike skincare, you know instantly whether or not you like a mascara and I’m pretty into these five…
Oh and how great is this makeup bag?!
5 New-ish Mascaras You Should Try
I knew I’d like this brush right from the get go. The wand includes Fiber Lock Technology with interlocking fibers that wrap around each lash to build amplified volume and outrageous length and I wore this version for a full day with literally NO flaking.
This brand was fairly new to me but I liked the black and white packaging (haha, being honest) and I ended up really loving the formula as well. This lash-to-lid-saturation formula is an exclusive combination of waxes to extend and curl lashes for the look of wider, bolder eyes instantly. Love.
After becoming totally obsessed with Julep’s gel SPF, I figured their mascara would be just as awesome (and I was right). This creamy formula layers on easily to create major length, lift and definition with a flexible hold that lasts. The finely tapered, micro-bristle rubber brush wraps each lash with the perfect amount of mascara, while a unique beeswax formula allows for smooth, clump-free building and layering.
Kristofer is another favorite and this mascara actually also comes with an eyeliner, so you’re getting an amazing deal with two amazing products. The mascara is a super rich black and creates legit dramatic lashes.
I called in this mascara after reading a bunch of great online reviews and, of course, they were all right. Stay Perfect Mascara contains unique tubular technology for long-lasting, life-proof lash perfection that lasts for up to a full day. Each eyelash is individually wrapped with a special film. It creates tiny elastic tubes around your lashes for greater volume and length. It’s also smudge-proof, humidity-proof, tear-proof, etc. and it really DOES stay put, guys.