5 Years of Favorite Products: LashBlast Fusion Mascara Review

LashBlast Fusion Mascara Review, Lash Blast
Back when I originally reviewed LashBlast Fusion mascara, I called it a holy grail mascara. I still feel that way. This is a go-to mascara for me, one that offers great volume and length without flaking or smudging. The brush is plastic, which I find is the best way for me to avoid clumps.

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I originally had a sample of this mascara, but I've since repurchased many, many times.

3 comments

  1. This continues to be my fave mascara too! Nothing beats it!

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  2. I was thinking of buying this and (CoverGirl) LashBlast Clump Crusher but when I looked at reviews on walgreens.com (to like check the price and such) people kept saying its really flaky and doesn't hold up curl. Is Fusion all you use or there's something else that holds the curl?

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  3. That's strange, because I haven't had any flaky issues with either mascara, and I think both do a decent job of holding curl.

    I did have a couple of months last year when I was trying to get off of my lash growth serum and see what would happen. What happened was that my lashes were unruly, didn't want to curl at all and fell out. :( So, I went back on and they're lovely and like to hold curl again. Like they were pre-serum at all, but just a little longer. So, this mascara wasn't great when I was in that strange unruly period, but it works fine now for curling. If that even makes any sense.

    I usually use 2 mascaras together, Clump Crusher is usually layered over something else, which honestly I pull randomly out of my mascara area. Probably the best mascara for holding curl is the Stila curling one, if that helps!

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