I know alot of you are uber excited about the new Covergirl LashBlast Fusion hitting stores in April (learn how to pre-order it) so I thought I’d give you a little sneaky peek review of it.
Uh-oh return of the monster applicator! Ahhhh! Covergirl LashBlast Fusion sports a monster club applicator like it’s predecessors. I’m not keen on this style applicator to be honest because I’m as clumsy as they come and the chances I’ll poke my eye out is a seriously real threat. The applicator is just so huge! Anyone love this applicator? Do share why as I’m not getting it’s appeal at all.
I’ve tried Covergirl Lashblast before and I’m unsure if I can pick out the main differences between the original formula and Fusion as they feel like the same mascara to me however I did think Fusion fattened up lashes a tad more. The formula isn’t waterproof and I know many of you had recommended I try the waterproof version of Lashblast because it performed better however Fusion is not waterproof.
One coat will get you fatter lashes with decent length, two coats will get you darker, dramatic lashes and again added volume however I didn’t see much in the way of length. I didn’t feel it gave my lashes a longer look just thicker lashes.
It removes fairly easy and doesn’t break lashes off which will be a welcome relief for those with delicate lashes that tend to fall out easily. The formula isn’t heavy so it doesn’t weight lashes down however it doesn’t curl lashes upwards either.
Overall, I’m not particularly impressed with Covergirl Lashblast Fusion. I imagine it’s destined to be a cult favorite with everyone out there who already loves Covergirl Lashblast however I happen to not be one of those fans sadly. If you’re already a user of the original Lashblast I imagine you’ll simply adore this and deem it a worthy haul however I didn’t feel it did anything terribly dramatic for my lashes sadly.
Will you be hauling Covergirl Lashblast Fusion?
Already a fond fan of the original?
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