Rimmel Rockin’ Curves ScandalEyes Mascara Review
Rimmel Rockin’ Curves ScandalEyes Mascara is Rimmel’s newest ScandalEyes Mascara formula that’s launched in the UK a few months ago and is now popping up in drugstores here in the US for Fall 2014.
How many ScandalEyes Mascaras do we have at this point? I’ve lost count!
The big difference and draw with the Rimmel Rockin’ Curves ScandalEyes Mascara formula is a new “first ever” broken heart shaped brush that’s supposed to create big, curvy, “rockin” lashes due to the cleverly designed application that twists and curves around lashes.
Take a look!
If I’m honest the Rimmel Rockin’ Curves ScandalEyes Mascara brush looks cool but actually makes a bit of a mess if you’re going to be twisting and turning it as you apply. This brush proves a little difficult to use as it doesn’t exactly fit the contour of your lash line in a conventional manner which for me means a clumpy, uni-lash looking finish.
I had a little bit of a learning curve for the brush! Maybe I’m getting old. Finally after getting comfortable with it I was finally able to apply the mascara without have my lashes clump together. The formula seems pretty standard and pretty much like any of the ScandalEyes Mascaras I’ve tried in the past. No crunchy, stuff lashes, and a nice fringe of more natural looking lashes since the brush distributes a really light coating of mascara on lashes.
It’s probably not going to win any awards for curling, lifting, or creating super long lashes. It does give my lashes some volume but not enough to get me excited!
Unfortunately Rimmel Rockin’ Curves ScandalEyes Mascara has an awkward brush that doesn’t really work to lift, lengthen, or curl my lashes. After a brief learning period I was able to get some volume and a more natural fringe of lashes but nothing as dramatic as what the new “broken heart” brush promised.
Rimmel Rockin’ Curves ScandalEyes Mascara Before and After
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