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The Product You Need For Long Black Lashes


So, yet again Rimmel London have come out with another 'breakthrough' mascara. The Scandaleyes Reloaded Smudge Proof Mascara. This mascara claims to be their best one yet, with the product being blacker than ever and the brush being their largest, 30% denser and wider and with more fine bristles to be able to coat every single lash.

I have been through my fair share of low and high end mascaras and always find the high street mascaras to come out on top as my own personal favourites. I normally go for a smaller wand mascara as I tend to find myself wearing a pair of flash lashes on most days so I only need a small mascara that does the trick for my bottom lashes.

After giving this mascara a go I can definitely say I am a big fan. There is no fall out and lasts all day at full intensity. It definitely lives up to do what it is advertised to do and be humidity proof, sweat proof and smudge proof. This mascara is hard to budge throughout the day but really easy to wipe off with a simple make up wipe and micellar water, which is quite handy for those days when you just want to take your full face off.

You can pick this up at boots here: or any high street make up shop.

Let me know if you give this a go!

Finding That Perfect Mascara


Not all eyelashes are the same, there is such a variety of options when it comes to mascara. What type of wand, length of wand, black or brown. There are also so many different techniques with applying your mascara depending on how you want your lashes to look. Do you want length, separation or thickness? 


If your lucky enough to have long natural lashes, there is so much option with what you can do. You can pretty much use any mascara to create your desired look. You can add a little lift or curl to open up your eye or drag your lashes to the side for a sexy, feline cat eye. 


Choosing a smaller, thin wand will help enhance shorter lashes, if the wand has dense bristles it can capture every individual lash to extend and coat them evenly to give you a bold lash effect and high definition. 


Are you stuck with those straight lashes that don't like to curl upwards? I certainly am. I've got so used to just chucking on a pair of lashes but have never used a lash curler before now. This is definitely a must and helps a lot to lift those stubborn lashes. I also use the technique when using a bushy mascara brush of rolling the wand as I apply. This helps a lot to coat the lashes to thicken them up ready for the eyelash curler to work its magic. 

Just a quick short, sweet and hopefully informative post for your guys. I had a bit of time off but I'm back now and hopefully be blogging 2-3 times a week! More soon to come!