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Friday, 27 February 2015

Soap and Glory Thick and Fast Mascara | Review

Soap and Glory Thick and Fast Mascara
I very rarely swap and change up my mascara. I tend to just stick to the one I love, the Rimmel Day 2 Night Mascara. I've used my Rimmel Mascara for a couple of years now and I knew it was that time. Time to change it up a little bit and experiment with different ones, so I decided to make a new purchase. This came in the form of the Soap and Glory Thick and Fast Mascara

I'd purchased it from Boots a while ago, popped it into my muji storage and sorta forgot about it, up until a couple of months ago. I've never tried any makeup products from Soap and Glory before but I've always indulged in their bath and body products. I was intrigued to see what the Thick and Fast Mascara was like and see if it lived up to my coveted Rimmel mascara, or was even better.

First thing's first; the packaging. It looks as pretty and girly as you'd expect from Soap and Glory. Pink and shiny with bold lettering. I quite like it.  

The main things that I look for in a mascara is that it lengthens and gives that 'fake' lash look. Ya know what I mean? Like you're wearing false eyelashes. I'm a complete nightmare when It comes to applying false eyelashes so I'm stuck to using just mascara to give me some er, 'fullness'. 

The Soap and Glory Thick and Fast mascara have a lot of claims. It claims to create 'amazingly, longer, fuller, fabulous lashes. featuring SUPERFILL False Lash Fillers, Shine Amplifiers. NOFLAKE24 technology and super-fine no-clumps natural wax film formers'.
Soap and Glory Thick and Fast Mascara

Soap and Glory Thick and Fast Mascara
Surely you can see why I was drawn to it? Yep, there's a lot of claims but does it live up to it? It sure does. 

I am completely in love with it. The mascara itself is quite bulky but I feel it's a good thing as its pretty easy to handle. I completely hate thin mascaras, they're a nightmare to use so this is wonderful. It was a dream to use. The brush is quite thick so it's easy to get into the root of the lashes to the tips. 

The Soap and Glory Thick and Fast Mascara completely lives up to its name. It creates that full, false lash effect I crave for. My lashes are lengthened, thick and you really don't need many coats of it either. At maximum I use two coats. Just one coat of this mascara makes a complete difference. There is no flaking or clumping with this mascara whatsoever so there's no chance of your lashes resembling spiders legs. 

It is also super easy to remove as it's a wet formula. One thing that I hate in a mascara is when it smudges but luckily enough I haven't noticed that with this mascara. I've worn it through strong winds and rain and it's luckily stayed put. No sign of the dreaded panda eyes here. I can't fault it.  

Is this a new addition to my makeup bag? Yes indeedy. I've used it non stop for the last few months and stuck to it but I still want to carry on experimenting with some more mascaras too. 

Have you tried the Soap and Glory Thick and Fast Mascara? Do you have any suggestions as to what mascara I should try next? Let me know!

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