3 Mascaras to Achieve Longer Lashes

The judicious, careful application of a good mascara makes your eyes pop like no other tool in the makeup tackle box. To get the maximum effect out of your eyeball fringe, try one of these lengthening mascaras to amp up the femme fatale look.

Yves Saint Laurent’s Mascara Volume Effet Faux Cils Babydoll

Yves Saint Laurent’s Mascara Volume Effet Faux Cils Babydoll wants to help you lift and separate each individual lash to its utmost potential, and with a patented formula which includes a “sensorial elastomer flexiblematerial” to ensure softness and optimum lash separation, you’ll get great lash coverage without the “crunchy” after-effects of some mascaras that can dry your lashes out. Bonus: this golden tube really invigorates a stale makeup bag, and the light floral,almost rose petal-y scent is lovely.



Physicians Formula’s Organic Wear 100% Natural Origin Fakeout

If you want some organic options in selecting your next lash cosmetic, try Physicians Formula’s Organic Wear 100% Natural Origin Fakeout mascara. With the first 100 percent natural nylon and silk cotton fiber ingredients ever offered on the market, this product promises to “amplify lash volume, length and curl for an unbelievable 3D effect.” There’s an absence of harsh chemicals, GMOs and synthetic preservatives, which means this mascara is less likely to irritate your sensitive peepers.


Hypnose Star Waterproof 24 Hour

Lancome offers many great mascara products, but the Hypnose Star Waterproof 24 Hour mascara stands out in a crowded field for its long-lasting wearability and smaller wand brush, which at first would seem a drawback, but in fact allows you to really get in there at the base of your lashes and also reach those teeny-weeny lashes at the corners. We also like how it doesn’t seem to “flake out” like most waterproof versions and is easier for contact lens wearers to use during sports activities or swimming.


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