Mascaras or eyelash enhancers as I like to call them, are a wonder-tool in any makeup bag. They may darken, lengthen, thicken, or define your lashes, and if you’re really into it, choosing from the myriad of options may prove a little stressful. So in no particular order, here are 10 of the best mascaras to help you achieve your lash goals.
Huda Beauty Mascara– This volumizing mascara will give you those thick, lifted, and lengthened lashes that make your eyes pop.
Pat McGrath Labs Dark Star Mascara is one that comes highly recommended. It is lightweight and fluttery and can be applied such that you get a more dramatic look.
Morphe Make It Big Volumizing Mascara – The morphe brand is a popular cosmetic brand in many parts of the world and if you want big and bold, then make it morphe.
Zaron Volumizing Mascara – is known to add volume without clumping up your lashes. This is because of its wand design.
Dior Diorshow Iconic Over Curl Mascara – As you might have guessed from the name, the wand of this mascara curves into a shallow ‘c’ to give that effortlessly curved lashes.
Zaron Lengthening Mascara – Amplifies each lash with its intense color to help bring that pop to your eyes.
Lancome monsieur big – Go big or go home with Lancome big.
Clinique high impact extreme mascara – This mascara would work very well for thick lashes. The bristles on the wand are designed so that they maximize lash coverage while simultaneously separating them.
Kevyn Aucoin The Volume mascara – The award-winning mascara that is described by Vogue magazine as ‘the best all-rounder. This is credited to its wonder brush and formula.
Becharm Ageless Mascara – So this is the mascara I’m using at the moment. In all honesty, I did not even know the brand before I made the purchase but I like it. It is quite volumizing and covers my lashes completely.
This list is a mix of high end, drugstore, and products that fall in between.
Points to Remember:
- If you have longer natural lashes, consider wads with longer bristles to maximize coverage.
- Shorter, tighter bristles help to separate your lashes but, be careful to avoid wand bristles that are too tight or lack definition as these can clump up your lashes.