I was so excited to try this mascara! I first read about it on one of my favorite blogs, Beauty Junkies Unite. There weren't very many reviews on this mascara at the time, so I really just wanted to try it for myself. I bought mine at Target for $7 with tax.
Claims: "Massive yet supple lashes"
Instructions: "For best results, apply the Flexor brush against the lashes and sweep from root to tip until a full plush look is achieved"
Ingredients: see photo
Application: This would be a great mascara for a beginner because it's so user-friendly. What I mean is, the tapered bristle allows every lash to be coated effortlessly. There is no fussing with this mascara.
Wand: "Our patented Flexor brush coats every lash with supple volume" Everything about this wand is unique. The wand itself is very flexible. I'm not sure why they made it that way, because I don't really feel that having a flexible wand is necessary. The bristles are made of nylon and taper on both ends. This middle is thick, and grabs every lash. I feel that it makes application fairly smooth and easy.
- coats every lash
- lashes do feel light and soft
- doesn't clump
- gives a some length
- wand and bristles allow for easy application
- only $7
- I really like the teal tube! Such a pretty color(:
- I don't see the point of having a flexible wand , it's like those Barbies with the flexible arms. It's weird!
These are my lashes before and after. I applied 2 coats, and curled my lashes beforehand.
I thoroughly enjoy using this mascara. I really like the tapered ends and the thick middle of the wand. I feel that it actually is a lighter formula than most mascaras. My lashes were surprisingly soft and volumized. I even saw a little length. This mascara definitely lives up to its claims. I didn't have any clumps during application, and I applied two coats. This mascara is great for a beginner, or anybody who wants all day volume for their lashes. I highly recommend this mascara, especially since it's only $7 and the teal tube is adorable!