Products like Rimmel ScandalEyes Curve Alert Mascara all start running together after a while. This kinda reminds me of the recently launched NYC New York Color Big Bold Curl Mascara don’t you agree?
Plus I have to question how many editions of ScandalEyes Mascara does one girl need? They all seem like the same mascara after a while….!
Rimmel ScandalEyes Curve Alert Mascara supposedly lifts and plumps every single lash with it’s gravity defying curved brush. Jeepers, it feels like someone went to the moon to create this mascara.
The brush is a larger, chunky bushy curved applicator which creates more clumps than it does any real length or fullness. Supposedly the formula contains collagen and keratin for strong lashes and gives lashes more than 12x the normal volume and 70% of a lift.
I don’t really love all these massive sound applicators. I find they add more clump than anything else but on occasion they do work fabulously. In this instance I find the applicator creates a good deal of clumpy action. After a brief learning curve to avoid all that clump I was finally able to swipe easily through my lashes and not have them stick together. Yay me!
Funny enough and dare I say, surprisingly enough, all the drama you’d expect from a brush this large is simply not there. No curl, no majorly volumized lashes, and definitely no length. Granted, I’ll give it the benefit of the doubt as it doesn’t promise length but curl and volume? No way!
If anything at all it produced mediocre whimper-y looking lashes than I went into the application with. True story.
On the upside it wears fairly well for me without flaking or smudging.
In the end Rimmel ScandalEyes Curve Alert Mascara boast a big name and big packaging but the results are really, really tiny.
I’d recommend skipping it.
The drama isn’t here unfortunately.
Available now at drugstores.