You still have not found the perfect mascara? Maybe we can change that. Because these are supposed to be the best mascara EVER!
There are many things that bring us to the heat of white – and this in particular: mascara that clumps, stamps or crumbles. It is not so easy to find the perfect mascara . That’s why we reveal to which products the make-up artists of the stars swear. Maybe there is also your miracle product?
“My absolute must-have is the ‘Velvet Noir Mascara’ by Marc Jacobs Beauty, and I love that it gives the eyelashes both volume and momentum, as well as a deep, coal-black color,” says makeup artist Michael Ashton to Vogue.com. He has created Adele’s iconic make-up look and has a long list of celebrity clients. Among others Keira Knightley, Penelope Cruz and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. And indeed, this mascara should keep what it promises. Google has more than 7,000 user reviews and 4.4 out of 5 stars. That speaks for itself. Incidentally, in Germany you can shop for about 28 euros at Sephora or Galeria Kaufhof.
Hollywood make-up artist Pati Dubroff has two ultimate favorites in her beauty kit: Benefit’s ‘IT Cosmetics Tightline Waterproof Full Lash Black Mascara Primer’ and ‘They’re Real Mascara’. The ‘IT Cosmetics’ is her favorite for the lower eyelashes and eyelashes in the interior angle for a no-make-up look, as she reveals in the interview. Benefit’s mascara also provides great body and lingering effects, and the ball at the end of the brush is great for applying to the lash line. ” Of course, we all know this eyelash classic, but in combination with the mini mascara from ‘IT Cosmetics’ definitely worth a try.
If you generally have trouble lapping your lower eyelashes because they are very short, then very thin brushes are a much better alternative anyway. Try it! If you did not know it yet, you can get IT Cosmetics exclusively from Douglas .
Paradise Extatic Mascara by L’Oréal Paris
A good mascara does not necessarily have to be cheap. The Paradise Extatic Mascra by L’Oréal is the best proof. Not only did it spark hype in the beauty world over the past year, Sir John, make-up artist at Beyoncé, swears by it. “This is undoubtedly my favorite Masara – my holy grail,” he tells Byrdie. The reason: The brush absorbs a lot of color and wraps the eyelashes with a deep black. That’s what he loves, that’s what Beyoncé loves, and so do we.