Liz Earle Lash Definition Smudgeproof Mascara
I’m no stranger to Liz Earle skincare but I haven’t yet had the chance to dabble in their make up line, so where better to start than with one of my favourite make up products, mascara. I love long fluttery lashes and there are some great mascara’s you can buy on the high street that will do this but I wanted to see if a higher end brand can do a better job.
“Our unique mascara is water-resistant, flake-free andlong-lasting, and glides on smoothly to perfectly define each lash. The specially designed brush allows you to make the most of even the shortest lashes, helping to create length and definition. Enriched with natural source vitamin E.”
The Liz Earle Lash Definition Mascara is packaged in a boxwhich immediately separates in from high street mascaras. The tube itself is asleek shimmery navy colour but my favourite part of this mascara is the brush. The brush is medium sized but the bristles are small and fine which helps grab and define each lash. I have to agree it is very water resistant which is great if you get watery eyes or have unexpected tears, it definitely won’t budge.
I love the finish this gives and I’d say it’s definitely agreat day time mascara, my lashes are long and defined but there’s not too muchvolume which is what I like, I think it’s best to keep make up subtle at work.
I remove this at night with my eye make up remover followedby my Emma Hardie cleansing balm.
The Lash Definition Mascara retails at£14.50 which I really don’t think is bad considering you can end up paying about £12/£13 for a L’oreal or Max Factor mascara. If you’re looking for an introduction to higher end mascaras I think this is a great place to start.
Have you tried this? Do you recommend any more Liz Earlemake up? The cream blushes are next on my wishlist.