Is This Mascara Actually Like A Lash Lift?
As I always say when it comes to at-home beauty treatments like dermarolling and LED, it's never going to be quite the same as what can you have in-clinic or salon. I've been having lash lifts for about 5 years, and I can tell you, my straight, sparse lashes ain't gonna curl themselves with a mascara.
To really do a proper analysis of Maybelline's Falsies Lash Lift Mascara, I tested it under three conditions: natural lashes, natural lashes with a curler, and lashes after a lift. Needless to say, the latter produced the best result.
On my naked lashes, it didn't immediately wow me (but we've established by now that they are uncooperative at the best of times). With my lash curler introduced, I was much more sold on the formula. And when I added a fresh lash lift to the equation, it officially got my tick of approval.
On lashes that already have a bit of curl to them, I'd say you could achieve a lash lift-like result, but if you're like me, pair it with a curler or professional lift for the best results. You can expect length, separation and fullness.
What You Need To Know About Falsies Lash Lift Mascara:
It's a volumising and lifting mascara designed to give lashes the appearance of a lift
Falsies Lash Lift has a double-curved brush which grabs, coats & lifts every lash
It has a fibre-infused formula which adds volume & thickness to sparse lashes
It doesn't become clumpy or flaky (and I'm yet to experience panda eyes)
The formula is suitable for contact lens wearers & mildly sensitive eyes
It's not waterproof, and comes off easily with an eye makeup remover