I’ve gotten an influx of calls and texts from friends wanting me to help them with false lashes. While I’ve only worn falsies a handful of times, I apply them like a pro and know a bit too much about them. If you don’t want to foray into false eyelash territory please do yourself a favor at pick up Trish McEvoy’s High Volume Mascara. It’s the bees knees, the cat’s pajamas, the ying to my yang. You get the point.
My favorite high-end mascara has always been Lancome Definicils for its precise application, non-goopy formula, and ability to lengthen like a champ. Then I tried Trish out. Man, thank god for Trish. This mascara does not clump or smudge, it lengthens your lashes, then slides off in full lash size sheets when you remove it- I can’t explain it, you just have to try it. All it takes is a little warm water to remove the mascara. You might be startled at first because you’ll see little black flakes if you don’t rinse well enough- those are the tubes! Those mysterious eyelash lengthening, smize-inducing tubes!
It dries quickly on the lash and you don’t need two coats but if you feel the need to double coat, do it quickly because once those tubes are dry they stay put until you rinse them off. Now, there are lots of mascara that create the ‘tube-effect’, Anastasia, blinc, Loreal…you get the picture, but Trish is the best. It doesn’t get clumpy or smudgy. It stays put, lengthens and I swear, it even brightens. Now go ahead and:
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