First Impressions Right off the bat, I loved the informative packaging of the mascara and the confidence it projected. That might sound weird, but if a cosmetics company features a before and after image on the front of their packaging, that displays their faith in the mascara's results in my mind. A comforting reassurance, considering the $23 price tag. The mascara features ingredients like collagen and acacia Senegal tree extract to nourish, thicken and curl lashes, and they've got some pretty incredible clinical research to back up their holy grail mascara claims. According to one survey, 100 percent of participants reported longer lashes and dramatic volume, while 93 percent of people saw base-to-tip curl. (It's worth noting that only 3.4 out of 10 people said great lashes are actually better than sex. No surprise there.)
When I first opened the mascara, I was surprised to find an hourglass application wand. According to Too Faced, the design of the wand is meant to mimic the curves of a woman's body (everything about this mascara is sexy) and I was curious to see how it would transform my lashes. In the past, an hourglass wand meant clumpy lashes, annoying transfer due to too much product pick-up and very little lift. But I was willing to give it a shot.
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