Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Mally Beauty More Is More Mascara Review

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You'll love what you can do for your eyes with this mascara.



Unlike some of you, I don’t naturally come by long, lush lashes unless I meet up with great mascara.  I don’t know if you had a chance to try Mally Beauty’s More Is More Mascara yet, but PR kindly sent me one to see what I thought.

This is a jet black formula with a nicely designed, slender brush with additional bristles on the tip for lengthening, defining and separating to give that effect of false lashes. This mascara also has a special sealant that helps protect from smudging and flaking.

The formula has a creamy, wonderful consistency that goes on the lashes beautifully.  This mascara really captures lashes easily to thicken and lengthen.  I liked how quickly I could build up my lashes and separate them for real impact without needing to curl them first.  
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This mascara is easy to take off, too.

My eyes can be sensitive, especially at this time of year with everything blooming.  However, the formula is gentle and non-irritating as well. This mascara also didn’t smudge in all the hours I had it on, but flaked slightly toward evening when I went to take it off.

Something else fantastic about More Is More mascara is how great this mascara is to remove with just a regular eye makeup remover.

The next time you are on the prowl for new mascara, especially if you don’t have the best lashes, make it a point to try Mally Beauty’s More Is More Mascara ($20) because you will be glad that you did!

3 comments:

Cami Valenzuela said...

I need to try this. My allergies have been so bad lately. My mascara sometimes even irritated my eyes. Love that I can use regular makeup remover as well.

Tamra Phelps said...

I haven't tried Mally's mascara, but it does sound like a good one. Why does it seem that kids or men always get the thick long lashes when they don't need them??

carol clark said...

i so need this i used to have thick lashes but now as im older its like where did they go ill look into this