So this is the third mascara review on my quest to find the perfect mascara, I previously confessed that thus far this is the closest mascara I've found to my perfect mascara. However, the £20.50 price tag puts me off buying it regularily.
I usually test these mascara's out for two weeks however, I have tried this out for a lot longer as this is my second tube of Lancome Doll Eyes mascara!
(Lashes with no mascara, rubbish picture I know, sorry! my lashes are a light brown though)
(Lashes with one coat of Lancome Doll Eyes mascara)
(Lashes with two coats of Lancome Doll Eyes mascara)
Packaging: 5/5 Not only is this packaging sleek with it's glossy black and pretty floral pattern but it's handy! It's durable and the curve down the centre makes it easier to hold as your applying!
Brush: 4/5 The tapered brush makes it easier to catch those little hairs at the edges that a larger brush would clump up. Also the brush has loads of bristles which makes sure every lash is coated. Sometimes lashes are brushed together therefore stick together.
Consistency: 4/5 The consistency of the product is a perfect balance between thick and watery, it makes for ease of building the mascara up. However, I find when you build up too much it starts to clump.
Ease of application: 3.5 The formula dries quick therefore no smudging or flaking. If your building up this mascara with several coats it needs to be worked with quick as the formula dries quick if several lashes are stuck together thats how they'll remain.
Overall look: 4/5 I love how this mascara makes my lashes look! It gives both length and volume I love how it wings out my outer lashes (not very technical but i hope you know what I mean!)My only problem with this mascara is it can clump if not worked with quickly. But once it's dry it causes no problems and stays put all day!
Price: £20.50 - expensive I know, that's why I'm on the hunt for an alternative. Right now Id say it's worth the price as I haven't found a mascara as good as it.