November 19, 2012

Physicians Formula Organic Wear Fake Out Mascara

Physicians Formula Organic Wear Fake Out ($8.79) for Spring 2013 should be popping up at drugstores soonish. I located mine at Bed, Bath, and Beyond when I went in to grab some odds and ends for Thanksgiving.

This is an all on one wonder mascara or at least it’s marketed as such. However, I’m always a little distrustful when a mascara has too many bells and whistles.

Perhaps it’ll be good?

Physicians Formula Organic Wear Fake Out Mascara promises 24 hour wear with a false lash effect that curls, lengthens, and adds volume. Made from natural fiber the formula is 100% natural supposedly.

I was a little skeptical of the formula since the brush is one of those club-like applicators that Covergirl Lashblast has. The thing is Lashblast is a big fail for me due to that brush so I’m unsure how well this will work for me.

Looks promising though so I have hopes it’ll be great.

Review upcoming shortly.

Tried it?

Do share your thoughts I’d love to hear your experience with it.

Available now at drugstores.

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  • Tiffany Martin

    I haven’t tried it but I love a good mascara, so I hope it rocks!! I have the covergirl lashblast volume, and it’s doing well for me so far, but I have a unique way to apply mascara that helps make my lashes ridiculous, and negates the problematic club applicator. (I really should do a post, my friends keep asking me to). So far I think the formula is actually really good. Then again my lashes are pretty good to begin with (long and they hold a curl) but not so good in volume so I have to be careful of spiderlashes >_>

    • Majick

      Hey Tiff- I was anxiously waiting for you to “spill” your technique so I could compare notes. LOL. I always enjoy reading how some folks do their makeup to see if I can improve mine or, if maybe I do something diff that I might share as well.

      • Tiffany Martin


        It’s kinda hard to explain my “technique” so I should really do a blog post on this. (I’ll write it up and throw in pictures so people don’t jam their eyes out by accident or something.) I’m a slow poster but a diligent one, which I like to point out so people don’t think I forgot/gave up lol.

        What mascaras do you like?

        • Majick

          Tiff- I have several that I like, right now I have 3 in rotation. It cosmetics has a nice one but the brush can be a challenge because it has a ball on the end for pushing the lashed up/ out. I really like tarte lights camera lashes- it’s basic but doesn’t clump or smear, and you get pretty full lashes.

          I wear contacts so that also comes into play. I used to be a Dior show fan but have not used it in a century.

          A few others I have tried and liked are: hourglass, benefit they’re real, and… Sorry, my brain just went south lol.

          Anyway, I look forward to your tutorial.

  • Pauline

    I’m looking for a brand new organic mascara which has the false lash effects, so i can’t wait to see your review, i’m quite interested !

  • Ruth

    it should come with a warning: “objects are enhanced to empty your wallet because of our false claims” or “nobody’s eyelashed will look like falsies, unless, you know, you’re wearing falsies”

  • Hillarie

    I’d be willing to try this. I have yet to try any of the other PF Organic Wear mascaras, though

  • Rebekah

    Muse, have you ever tried Mary Kay Lash Lengthening Mascara? I almost NEVER wear mascara, but I remember I used to love that stuff!!! I’m not nearly the makeup connoisseur that you are..but I just remembered that mascara while reading what you said about distrusting mascara that claims to do everything!

    Anyways..just a random thought! πŸ™‚ I hope you have a marvelous Thanksgiving week!!!

    • the Muse

      aw thanks rebekah and to YOU and yours too ;-D can’t wait! turkey coma!!!!!!!!!!!! I haven’t tried that, no, but thanks for the rec! may check it out at some point ;D!

  • Melissa

    Tried it and wanted to love it. It looked great on my lashes, but it was so smeary! Like it didn’t dry.

    This mascara is fineβ€” unless you touch or rub your eyes, sweat, or get your face wet. πŸ™

  • Danii

    That applicator scares me. Did you hear about the Dior Diorshow ad that got into trouble in the UK?! I thought it was HYSTERICAL! The model (some celebrity whose name escapes me for good reasons) was wearing falsies for the ad and L’Oreal made a claim against them. So funny. This reminded me of it.

    • the Muse

      mmm this seems to pop up all the time. L’Oreal had their own issues with their mascara, so it’s ironic they are taking a claim out against Dior!