Who doesn't need more mascara?
The brush itself has two rows with an almost "y" shape on each bristle. It's to make sure that each lash gets precise coverage
I only used one coat because it made them look real naturally long and added some volume.
Here's some Before and After pictures with Studio Sculpt Lash mascara, with the Befores on top.
Now keep in mind that I didn't photo shop any of these pictures. For me, when it comes to mascara, I can't stand it when I see a commercial or catalog photo and the companies claim, this and that, then the models are wearing falsies!
These are the real deal pictures!!
You see how natural looking they look.
I just kept it with the one coat on starting from the tightline and wiggling to the top of the lashes.
It hasn't flaked off and looks so natural on.
So, if you're looking for a mascara that adds length and a lil volume that doesn't flake and looks like they're naturally yours, just plumped up a bit, then this is the mascara for you,
If you're looking for a dramatic mascara, then you should pass on this one.
$16 at M•A•C
What are you looking for in a mascara?
Are you going to go out and snag the new MAC Studio Sculpt Lash Mascara?
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