In the past, every time the words “natural” and “mascara” were linked, I inwardly groaned. “Oh sure, I’ll try out your natural mascara,” is what I said, but inside… I just knew to expect. Wimpy lashes that would rain down black powder and flakes onto my cheeks.
So, when I heard that CoverGirl, the makers of my beloved LashBlast Mascara, I was really unsure of what to expect. Would this just be “Natural” a’la those mascaras you could buy that promised natural looking lashes (I never got those, why even bother with mascara then?) or would this be different?
I think it is different, though I couldn’t quite capture the lashes with a picture. No matter how many days I took these pics, they look clumpy. In person they are not clumpy. I can only assure you that they are not. Instead, they have great volume and length, and hold curl very well. My lashes look just as good at the end of the day. And there isn’t a collection of black gunk on my cheeks either.
Apparently a few of the synthetic ingredients have been removed and in their place you’ll find natural ingredients. Like honey. I only noticed because my lashes actually felt a bit softer and lighter.