As you know from some of my past posts the Balm has introduced their new What’s Your Type? Mascara for Summer 2012. This includes Tall, Dark, and Handsome Mascara for adding length to lashes and the Body Builder for volumizing lashes.
I recently reviewed Tall, Dark, and Handsome for you and last week I was using The Body Builder’s formula.
Let’s take a peek!
the Balm has two new mascaras that launched this Summer which will either lengthen or volumize your lashes. the Balm What’s Your Type Mascara? is available in a body builder formula for plumping lashes up and giving them a thicker, fatter finish or the tall, dark, and handsome formulation that creates longer lashes.
What’s your type?
I’ll take either thanks so much or better yet give me Tall, Dark, Handsome and Built….!
But we can’t have it all and I respect the Balm for not creating a formula that promises volume and only delivers length and vice versa. Dontcha hate mascaras that promise length and volume but you come out of with one or the other but never both?
Aggggrrrrr! That stinks.
Let’s check out the Balm What’s Your Type? Tall, Dark, and Handsome Mascara first.
Rimmel Volume Flash Scandal Eyes Mascara is a newly launched volumizing mascara for Summer 2012. I have a decent relationship with Rimmel mascara so I was terribly curious about this as I’m always on the hunt for fatter, juicer lashes.
Perhaps Flash ScandalEyes Mascara would be my new BFF for longer, fatter lashes yes?
L’Oreal Voluminous Power Volume Collagen Mascara sounds like something epic. When you throw around words like “power” and “collagen” I think it really excites beauty junkies…
Whoa a power mascara…! This has to be good.
But in typical fashion L’Oreal Voluminous Power Volume Collagen Mascara shows more of a mediocre finish than a powerful one.
Maybelline Volum’ Express has extended their line to include the new Mega Plush formula for Summer 2012. Maybelline Volum’ Express The Mega Plush Mascara has a flexible brush and a gel-mousse formula that supposedly adds super volume to lashes.
I liked the idea of a flexible brush as you get that added wriggle action in for plucking lashes up and out but after using it I’m thinking I’d have preferred to do without as I feel like I loss a little control over application.
Let’s take a look and see what I loved and didn’t love about the new Maybelline The Mega Plush Mascara.