If you have been frustrated with mascaras that clump, that give you way too much product on the wand and that don’t let you get all of the mascara out of the bottle (without bending the wand to scrape the sides that is…) then you will definitely want to try LashControl. With a jelly-like squeeze cylinder near the top of the bottle, you squeeze it as you pull the wand from the tube. Lightly squeeze and you’ll have more product on the wand (for more dramatic lashes) and apply more pressure and you’ll get less product (for more natural looking lashes.)
I personally like to squeeze moderately so that I’m not applying a thick layer first. I like to layer and build the mascara naturally. The best part about LashControl’s squeeze control is that there is never excess on the wand to wipe off! That means no wiping on a tissue on putting the excess back in the bottle and introducing bacteria (pink eye looks good on no one!) And because the squeeze tube makes the bottle flexible, it means you can use ALL of the mascara in the bottle without actually playing a game of Twister to try to scrape it all out.
LashControl has 3 mascara’s at the moment, with a waterproof formula coming soon. There’s Pink Squeeze (Lengthening), Purple Squeeze (Volumizing) and Clear Squeeze (for brows and color depth without the weight.) Ps. The Clear Squeeze is available at a 20% off discount through August. Use code FBLash at checkout.
Why two separate mascaras for length and volume? I learned a long time ago that many mascaras that claim to do both aren’t necessary good at achieving both claims. And honestly, those mascara’s are about $40 or so anyway, so using both Pink and Purple Squeeze for me is the same cost-wise.
Have you used LashControl?
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Shannon began A Girl’s Gotta Spa! beauty blog in 2005 to morph her love of beauty and in educating women on what truly works and what does not. In 2013 she launched a bath and body line as an extention of the beauty blog. One thing she always has on her at all times? Lip balm.