The Extreme Volume Mascara formulation and precision wand targets the lash line to create a fan like lash spread - ooooooooh, int-er-est-ing?!
Mascara c/o ARTDECO
The shaped brush coats even the smallest lashes to define and magnify. I find it both pleasantly simple to look at, and wield. Don't get me wrong I'm all for innovation, but some mascara wands out there are quite frankly, ridiculous. Keep it simple and let the actual mascara do the talking! So anyway, you get a good amount of mazzy on the brush and it doesn't overload too much. It's really easy to get to the smaller inner and outer lashes, and I found it just as easy to do the bottom lashes without getting it under my eye - yey!
The idea is to leave a few seconds between coats to allow the mascara to work the line and spread the lashes. I do this anyway with any mascara to be honest, but I did feel like the first coat made a lot more difference than my usual (Lancome) mascara usually does. I went in for a second coat anyway and my lashes came out of it looking much longer and separated than before, so a light go over with my metal lash comb to smooth out what small clumps were clinging to the tips, and we were good to go!
The result is a natural but dominant look. Lashes look noticeably longer and defined, yet retain the fluttery softness that I love. I can't stand the waxy hard look some mascara's leave lashes in, it feels vile to me, so this is perfect. It also looks really natural on the lower lash line, again a bonus for me because spider legs are a huge no no.
Overall, YES, I am really enjoying using this mascara. It does everything I want and expect from a mazzy - lovely long fluffy lashes! At £12.75 this is a quality product for a easily repurchasable price (no Ebaying your life away before you can buy a new one!) and probably the best I've used for a long time, two thumbs up!
J - Extreme sports.