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Maybelline Jade "Cream Pearl Mascara":

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I think it seperates perfectly and makes for beautifully long, natural looking lashes.

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^ I see barely any difference there

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Can someone reccomend a good light brown (maybe) mascara for me? I have very fair eyelashes and I've truthfully never worn mascara a lot, although I do curl my lashes. I just want something that will make them a little more noticeable, but I think if I get a regular brown or black shade it will just be too jarring.
Giorgio Armani has great mascara's in brown

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^ I see barely any difference there
That's exactly what I want from a mascara, to be invisible. I've naturally long lashes but they are pale so the mascara should make them "visible" without making it obvious. I hate mascaras that make my lashes look clumpy and made up.

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then new clinique bottom lash mascara is PERFECT! I even made a blog post about it a couple of weeks ago. You should try it.

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I was a devoted fan of Lancome Virtuose, then my cousin put me on to Clinique High Definition and now I am converted! The trick is to wipe the brush on a tissue before you apply it, and that gets rid of the excess so that you can feather it on. It lasts all day, doesn't smudge, and if you build it in layers it gives the longest, thickest lashes you've ever seen!

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The best mascara I've ever used is Maybelline's Volum' Express Turbo Boost. It stays on forever, and gives me thick, long lashes. No matter which other brands I try, I always go back to that one.

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best mascara ever is lancome hypnose. it seriously looks like false lashes. i have one of those, clinique lash doubling and mac dazzlelash on the go. lash doubling is ok, it gives nice length and seperation but it transfers after a few hours. the dazzlelash irritates my eyes a little but is an ok day mascara. hypnose is just..perfect!

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I love bUXOM Lash mascara. New Favorite.

http://www.sephora.com/browse/produc...egoryId=C22533

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best mascara ever is lancome hypnose. it seriously looks like false lashes.
It looks a bit too false for me. If you have naturally long lashes it tends to look rather weird.

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i think hypnose makes lashes too glumpy looking and dont separate them well. that mascara is not for my type of lashes-

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I just bought Lancome Hypnose Precious Cells that promises to turn the lashes naturally fuller and longer by the time we wear it... I started to wear it every day to see if the magic happens

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I think I mentioned this in the 'Budget Friendly Makeup' thread, but I've now been using it for a few weeks and wow, a major thumbs up to Covergirl's Lash Perfection Mascara! I've personally found that LashBlast flakes off (a lot) on me, but not this one! One coat looks super natural, but it also builds up so nicely. No clumping or flaking! I highly recommend this!

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I have short, straight lashes and seriously can't live without L'oreal Double Extend Mascara. It makes my lashes long and thick. I've tried so many (Dior show, Lancome hypnose etc.) and they don't stand a chance.

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