Back in rotation
I ran out of my Loreal (???) Voluminous mascara and saw that I had a full unused tube of full n soft in my drawer. Was skeptical bcuz I live in hot ass Houston and was afraid I would like a raccoon by the end of the day. Not at all! The name fits this product perfectly, so pleasantly surprised that it held up the way it did. Will repurchase.
I've been using this mascara for years! It is the only one gentle enough on my sensitive eyes, makes my lashes super full and gorgeous.I've tried all kinds of mascaras, but I always come back to this one.
I've been using this mascara for quite some time. It's good for a soft everyday natural look. My only problem with it is it has a tendency to clump.
This is my all-time favorite mascara! It's true to its name, is very washable, and goes on nice and smooth. I've compared it with CoverGirl Colossal Volume, CoverGirl Exact Eyelights, Maybelline Great Lash, Flirt! BIG FLIRT Mascara, and many others, and this is the one I always come back to.
True to Its Name
I have short and somewhat sparse lashes that I normally don't doll up and especially don't lengthen because I wear glasses and hate it when my already short lashes happen to smudge mascara onto my glasses when I blink. I wanted a mascara that volumized and separated my lashes rather than lengthened them, and heard pretty good reviews about this mascara.
I happened to find it for $2 at a swap meet and it is the best $2 I've spent at a swap meet in a long time! My lashes are volumized like Maybelline's Great Lash mascara did, but they were much better separated and less clumpy, and the best part about this mascara is that it kept my lashes soft and conditioned all day—I didn't feel like they were one bit brittle. Would definitely buy this again, though of course I'd rather pay $2 for it than the retail $6.
Great mascara! I definitely recommend it to anyone in the market for a good drugstore mascara.
Maybelline Full 'n Soft Mascara completely took me by surprise. I had heard great things about it from other beauty bloggers but still had my doubts. Partially this is because everyone seems to love Covergirl Lash Blast mascara but me, so I was hesitant to get my hopes up for this mascara. But it is awesome! The best mascara I've tried in a long time. Here are my pros and cons for this product:
- very dark black
- thickening and lengthening
- doesn't flake
- smudges a bit if under eye area is not set with powder (to prevent this, I use Benefit Powderflage)
- hard to find in Canada (I picked mine up on a trip to the States, I've kept an eye out for it in Canada but haven't found it)
- slightly harder to remove than an average mascara
I swear by this mascara
I've been using this mascara for years. It is my go-to mascara, perfect for everyday wear and daytime looks. I have long lashes, so this helps to define and thicken my lashes. I sometimes layer it on for night and it can get pretty thick.
Natural Looking Lashes
I've purchased this mascara so many times over the past 10 years. No matter what other mascaras I try, I go back to this for my daytime looks. Just as the ladies below me have mentioned, if you're looking for a dramatic look then this isn't for you. But, if you want soft lashes that are thick and full with a no fuss, zero clump formula then this is perfect! I up the anty at night with a more dramtic formula, but adore this for the day time!
My mom first let me start wearing makeup when I was 11 ( makeup back then was chapstick, mascara, and a little blush :-)). This was one of the first mascaras I bought, and its great for girls just starting out on makeup. It's not to dramatic but it still gets the job done.
Simple, Too Simple
I used this when I first started wearing makeup, and because my mom was not keen on the idea, I tried to wear things that we not noticeable. It worked, it was just enough pop to appeal to my young mind. As I got older, I realized I wanted more drama, especially for my eyes and I quickly kicked this one to the curve. In fact, I gave it to my little sister, who was 14 at the time. I would purchase this for someone just beginning to wear makeup, or just warming up to the idea.