Today I have a little round-up of my top three favorite mascaras right now. I’ve been using all three of these for years and they have never steered me wrong. They all perform differently and leave my puny, minuscule lashes looking full and lush. If you have struggle-bucket eyelashes, then this post is for you.
Benefit Cosmetics They’re Real
I’ve talked about the Benefit Cosmetics They’re Real Mascara before and it’s ability to separate and lengthen the lashes. I’ve used several mascaras with the hard bristles like the one this has, and none of them hold a flame to this mascara. My lashes are left looking longer, blacker, and fuller. Granted, not as full as the other mascaras in this post, but definitely much better than other mascaras. I’m always pleasantly surprised by how much length I’m able to get with this mascara. Don’t leave this one off your list!
Lancome Monsieur Big Mascara
The Lancome Monsieur Big Mascara has been holding me down for a long time. I tried this mascara several years ago on a whim after using the brand’s Hypnose Drama mascara forever (which is also great). The only reason I switched to this one is because of the need to try something new, and I felt like Monsieur Big makes my lashes fuller-liking than Hypnose Drama. Honestly, I’d consider that mascara an honorable mention. Plus, it smells like roses! Another thing I love about this mascara is that there’s always a sale of some kind of value pack option. Definitely put this one on your list.
Milk Makeup Kush Mascara
The first time I tried Milk Makeup’s Kush Mascara I was impressed. I’d had a bad experience with mascara that has fibers in order to make lashes look longer but I didn’t have that issue with Kush. I was also impressed with the way it make my bottom lashes look, which need the most help. The way it looks on the brush can be deceiving; it doesn’t clump or take too much on the brush. I love the metal packaging and I often use Kush as my go-to travel mascara. Check out my post, 5 Things You Should Know About Kush.
I hope you enjoyed this post and found it informative! Feel free to share your favorite mascaras in the comments!