Mascara Wands

Today I will show you the difference between mascara brushes. The shape really does make a huge difference, so does the length of the bristles and what they are made of. Unfortunately, I didn’t have a wide range to experiment with so I will just show you the difference in straight, curved, and this new one that came out (I don’t know the name of it); of course there are many different kinds of brushes that I’m not covering today. I will be using the same mascara so there will be a controlled factor.

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This is my favorite brush; it doesn’t hold a lot of the product because of the length of the bristles so you won’t get very thick lashes, but the ball at the tip lets you get to hard-to-reach places.

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This is the most common, and my least favorite brush. Notice that the lashes are not evenly distributed, and I could not get to the hard-to-reach lashes. The brush does hold more product that the last one because the bristles are longer.

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I really like the curved brush, it is made to fit the curvature of your eye. This brush fans out the lashes and makes them nice and thick; I do think that I might have used one to many coats though! This brush also holds more product, and can’t get to lashes at the inner corner of the eye.

Maybe she’s born with it, maybe it’s a great brush! ♥

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9 responses to “Mascara Wands

  1. The first one looks cool! what mascara is that from? x

  2. Great post! I’ve always wondered whether different shaped brushes actually make much of a difference or not… You can definitely tell the curved one works!
    Naomi x

  3. I too hate the middle one >.<

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