As you can see, the brush is rather thick – you’d need the lashes of a unicorn to get it brushed through. There are loads of claims on it – 95.4% saw 24 hour wear, 95.5% saw extreme lash length and 96.4% saw intense lash volume and and curl. I didn’t test it for 24 hour wear but it lasted the day perfectly well with no smudging. I saw length definitely that is buildable to perhaps ‘extreme’ and one coat served me very well indeed.
I think perhaps everyone will have a personal view of what is extreme so we can ignore that one – safe to say that it’s satisfactorily lengthening. So, for the lash volume claim – yes, that seems true as well in that I have a very nice, dense looking lash fringe.
I’m very happy with that result. I can’t remember who had the starry packaging first – Charlotte Tilbury or Ciate… can you? The Ciate Wonderwand Mascara is £19.50 HERE which feels about right. No wonder it’s selling at a rate of one every two minutes.
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