Mascara is a huge part of my makeup routine. My lashes are naturally dirty blonde, and hard to see unless you’re close up to my face. I love to have long, voluminous lashes without having to put on falsies. To achieve this, I always start by applying a mascara that has tiny plastic bristles, which help separate and lengthen my lashes. Revlon’s So Fierce Mascara is perfect for this – it provides the length, lift, and volume that I want.
Revlon’s So Fierce Mascara provides each lash with length and volume without having to worry about clumps, flakes, or smudges. The mascara itself is infused with polymers, paraffin, and rice-bran waxes so they hold up each lash. The brush itself is a plastic bristled wand, and has 252 bristles. They comb each lash perfectly from root to tip.
As I said before, this is exactly the type of mascara I would start off with. I usually go over it with a bristle wand to achieve more volume – resulting in thicker lashes. Before I received this mascara, I was using Benefit Cosmetics – BADgal BANG! Mascara. This one is very comparable – I would actually choose Revlon’s over it. The only real difference in the two mascara’s are the wands – Benefit’s wand and bristles have flexibility to them, whereas Revlon’s wand stays straight and feels more structured. I like both wands, but since Revlon’s is more secure, I feel as if it’s easier to grab every lash and separate them.
If you’re in need of a new mascara, DEFINITELY check out Revlon’s So Fierce Mascara ($11.99 CDN)! You can even go over it with their Volumazing Mascara to get your lashes thicker, on top of already being long. It’s also easy to remove with eye makeup remover or makeup remover sheets.