|Can you tell which mascara cost 16.50 and which one cost 1.99?|
The main difference between mascara's is their brush. You can buy fat ones, thin ones, little ones, curved ones, rotating ones, soft ones & thick ones.
Some also claim to have special formulas, for example.....
Bourjois Volume clubbing -
"waterproof formula is
enriched with vinyl for an intense look
that won’t budge all evening."
Bourjois Elastic Mascara -
"Enriched with hevea from the rubber tree"
Rimmel Volume Flash x10 -
"Next generation ‘Quick-Bond’ lash inflating formula with unique gel texture"
I think the main thing to look for in a mascara is the type of brush it has, Mascara's with hard bristles are going to separate the lashes. Curved brushes will help to curl eyelashes. Think about what you want you eyelashes to look like, do you want them to look thicker? curlier? longer?
benefit badgal lash is the most expensive mascara I own, However my favourite one is natural collections lash length, second on the right.
Do you have any tips and tricks when it comes to buying mascara?