When i was pregnant my hair grew like weed it was the first time in ages it actually grew and so did my lashes they were so long and i loved it, but now post pregnancy as expected alot of hair falls out and sadly so did my lashes and i have been left with tiny tiny stumps. With how my life style is at the moment i cant wear false lashes every day so i was on the look out for a new mascara.
Whilst in boots i came across the new volume million excess mascara, its the new version of the volume million mascara which i have never tried so i cant compare them, L'Oreal seem to always bring out some of the best mascaras and its usually the brand i first go to for a new mascara. What first made me notice the mascara was the red and gold packaging it stood out and seems really festive and i like the colour combination and it really stands out from the crowd.
The wand is bendy,thin and long. I usually like the bigger brushes but they tend to be hard to get to the root of the lashes and the thinner brush means i cant get the brush into the roots and inner corners. When i tried this i really liked how it coated my lashes with ease the head is really flexible and doesn't clump the lashes and adds volume and length to my stubby lashes. The mascara brush has a "multitude" of bristles that L'Oreal say help separate the lashes for a fanned out effect, it also has a excess wiper so it doesn't get coated in too much product, and I'm not going to lie I'm a lover of piling on the mascara and wasn't sure i would like it but it give the rite amount of product on the brush and is easy to build on the lashes.
The formula isn't to wet and doesn't dry to quickly so it give time to add layers and build the mascara to your desired look, also i find with a lot of mascaras they end up printing on my lower lid giving that panda eye look and this mascara doesn't do that.
This mascara retails for £10.99 from boots and is a great little mascara, my picture doesn't do it much justice but with how short my lashes are it really adds volume and length that I'm in need of at the moment.
Have you tried this mascara?