L'OrÃ©al Paris Miss Manga Mascara Black
Something a bit different
I gave this a go because I hadn't used or seen anything like this before with the brush being attached to almost a flexible head allowing the actual brush part more freedom to move.
It's actually a really good mascara for both top and bottom lashes, lengthening, true black colour, no clumps and lasts quite well.
My only problem with it is that it's not quite as volumising as some other brands but still it is something that I'm really enjoying using and have got a few nice compliments wearing.
January 6, 2014
I was recommended to this product by a friend who complained of having short eyelashes, which I also have. I have been using the Maybelline Falsies 'Flared' mascara for several weeks, which makes my eyelashes look messy and clumped, so I decided to give this a try.
When I opened the mascara, I was really uninspired by the brush, which looks uneven and quite messy. I prefer brushes which look neat and only lightly coated with mascara. However when I used the product, I completely changed my mind. This mascara makes my lashes look evenly seperated and much longer, in just one coat! It doesn't clump at all, lasts all day and is easy to remove which my last Maybelline mascara's haven't been. At the price, I'd say this was a fantastic buy as it's one of the best mascaras I've tried (and I've tried a lot!!) and I'd really recommend it!
January 7, 2014
I love the tapered brush on this mascara and the tapered part is why you can get to those tiny bottom lashes, thus giving the wide eyed "Manga" look.
More than one coat of this made my lashes spider like in that it looked like I had perhaps 10 lashes in clumps rather than 50 lashes evenly spread out!
Using just one coat however meant it wasn't such a problem. The lasting power is great - no flaking, no running or smudging, & easy enough to take off.
I'm surprised at it being called "Mega volume" because I feel it's more a lenghtening mascara than a volumising one.
Overall, pretty good considering I am ULTRA fussy with drugstore mascaras.
January 8, 2014