Cover Girl Lash Blast Waterproof Mascara
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  • I tend to avoid waterproof mascara at all costs, but since I love wearing mascara daily and have been going to the beach often, I really wanted to get something that wouldn’t give me raccoon eyes the moment a bit of moisture gets near my face
  • Another reason why I bought this mascara is because it seems like everyone has been hyping it up in reviews
  • Sadly, I regret caving in and making this purchase
  • I have already heard so much about how damaging waterproof mascara can be and from experience, I know how hard it is to remove
  • The sad thing is that I do not even want to buy the regular (non-waterproof) formulation of this mascara to see if I might like it better because I know that won’t do anything to change the design of the overly large brush

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      I recently purchased the Covergirl Lash Blast Mascara in the waterproof formulation. I tend to avoid waterproof mascara at all costs, but since I love wearing mascara daily and have been going to the beach often, I really wanted to get something that wouldn’t give me raccoon eyes the moment a bit of moisture gets near my face. Another reason why I bought this mascara is because it seems like everyone has been hyping it up in reviews. I can’t lie. The big orange tube that this product comes in really stood out to me in the beauty aisle. I am a sucker for packaging and this did draw me in and make me curious. Sadly, I regret caving in and making this purchase. To be quite honest, I hate

      this mascara. After trying to use it daily for a week, I finally gave up and just threw it in the trash. I am not usually one to waste unused makeup, but this mascara was just too terrible to try to put up with any longer.

      My reasons for disliking it aren’t simply the fact that it is a waterproof mascara. First of all, the brush is way too big. It is so hard to maneuver this mascara, especially in the small space between the top and bottom lash lines. How am I supposed to be precise with mascara application when the brush is so large? Basically, the design of the wand is the biggest downfall for this particular product. Another thing that I do not like is the formulation of ...


      • the mascara. This clumps my lashes up like no other, even on the first application. Usually, I do not notice any clumps from a mascara until the second or third application. This one was terrible from the very beginning. It made my lashes aggregate together. I got absolutely no lash definition whatsoever. I did not notice any increase in volume because my lashes just kind of disappeared into one another. Even curling my lashes didn’t help because for whatever reason, this mascara does not seem to hold a curl very well at all. I have already heard so much about how damaging waterproof mascara can be and from experience, I know how hard it is to remove. Removing this waterproof mascara was not as tough as some others have proven
        to be in the past, but it did take a bit of work. It definitely did not remove as quickly or as easily as my normal mascaras. I just do not feel like all the damage and the hassle are worth it so I will stay away from this product in the future. The sad thing is that I do not even want to buy the regular (non-waterproof) formulation of this mascara to see if I might like it better because I know that won’t do anything to change the design of the overly large brush.

        Overall, I have to give the waterproof Covergirl Lash Blast Mascara a rating of a 1 out of 10. I do not recommend it to anyone. Do not let the hype about this product fool you.




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