This is my favorite mascara i've purchased from Sephora. IT seperates my lashes and doesn't leave a tacky clumpy look. My favorite product from marc jacobs
Not that impressed with that super high end mascara. It definitely needs more than one coat but don't find that it is really buildable. Ok for adding volume I guess but that's not what I'm looking for.
My best friend gave me a sample tube that she received, and it is most definitely in the top 3 mascaras I have ever used. It gave my lashes length, thickness, and definition. I'll be going to purchase some more as I am running low!
this was the worst mascara ive ever used. It dried oout and crumbled throguh out the day. It made my eyes red and took several weeks to get rid of the redess around my eyes that it had caused. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone you like.
One of he best mascaras I have ever tried. Gives me big lashes with definition and no clumping.
We’re always in the market for a new mascara. In fact, we’re always in the market for longer, fuller, lacquered lashes. And when longer, fuller, lacquered lashes come without clumps, smears, smudges, and flakes… well, we’ve found a product worth coveting. But the real formula test would be that evening when I returned home: would I look like a raccoon? Not entirely impossible considering my lashes were as long as spider legs and uber glossy black like Dita Von Teese’s patent leather stilettos. NOT A FLAKE. NOT A SMUDGE. NOT A SMEAR. I couldn’t believe it. I’m still in shock. How did Marc Jacobs make a formula so perfect that it elongates, volumizes, coats every lash in an incredibly seductive lacquer black… and it doesn’t budge — at all? Well, I don’t pretend to be a scientist but as a beauty obsessed who tests everything on myself first, I can say that they achieved the impossible — and I love it. In fact, the bristled brush that I hastily prejudged happens to be awesome at getting tight on the lash line and coating each tiny hair with a single wiggle of the wand. The only caveat: people will certainly suspect that you’re wearing falsies. And, let’s be honest, that’s more of a compliment than a problem.
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