Can anyone recommend a good mascara--one that lengthens and gives volume?

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  1. anglnwu profile image87
    anglnwuposted 7 years ago

    Can anyone recommend a good mascara--one that lengthens and gives volume?

  2. emilybee profile image89
    emilybeeposted 7 years ago

    Good question. I've tried lots of different mascaras but really I never notice a big difference in them. Now I just use the $5 dollar Maybelline one. Great lash, or any by Maybelline. Works fine for me and much cheaper than many other ones.

  3. vespawoolf profile image95
    vespawoolfposted 7 years ago

    I've found a mascara I love and is so much better than anything else I've tried at the's more along the lines of cosmetic counter brands. It's CoverGirl Lash Blast Volume. It both thickens and lengthens, and I would know because I have skimpy lashes.

  4. jennyreeve profile image59
    jennyreeveposted 7 years ago

    I have tried so many mascaras that promise to do just that. The best I have found so far is Maybelines falsies.  It adds definition definitely, and gives the appearance of longer lashes.

  5. DarylnCochrane profile image72
    DarylnCochraneposted 7 years ago

    The best mascara for me is L'Oreal Voluminous in Carbon Black. It's lengthens and thickens my lashes. I don't like any other brand mascara and I've tried many. I'll only try new products by L'Oreal when it comes to mascaras!

  6. authorh profile image61
    authorhposted 7 years ago

    Mary Kay has a great mascara that lengthens and adds volume to your lashes. I know because my Mary Kay Beauty consultant sells me and you have to try it.

  7. nicnac profile image60
    nicnacposted 7 years ago

    I gave up on trying to find the one that does both, im not sure it exists... so i swear by this trick and have been asked a few times if i wear falsies! buy a lengthening one, and a thickening one, and apply the thickening one first, really go to the very base of lashes, and then straight away apply the lengthining one... it really really works!! L'oreal double volume, and the telescopic one, or maybelline, for length... smile

  8. fitmom profile image79
    fitmomposted 6 years ago

    I stopped buying mascara from stores years ago. I now use an organic mascara. When I did shop in stores for mascara, women would come up to me and ask me what kind I used because my eyelashes were so long and full. The funny thing is that I didn't use the same kind every time.

    I have to say that it's more about the method that you use in applying the mascara that helps your lashes to look full and long. I love the mascara I use now because I don't have to worry about what chemicals are in it that may be harmful.


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