Try This Mascara For A Quick Everyday Lash Look: Revlon Bold Lacquer Length & Volume Mascara

I feel like I try a new mascara every other week. For the past two or three weeks I have been hooked on the Revlon Bold Lacquer Length & Volume Mascara.

This mascara is pretty basic but it does the job really well. It coats my lashes quickly and easily, it doesn’t smudge, and it delivers a little bit of everything. There’s some added length, a nice full fringe, and dark, defined lashes. It isn’t dramatic or too crazy, but it’s a great everyday option.

Revlon Bold Lacquer Length & Volume Mascara

Revlon Bold Lacquer Length & Volume Mascara

For something simple and pretty much fool-proof this mascara is perfect. I can swipe on two coats before I run out the door and I don’t have to worry about clumps or smudges. I think my favourite thing about this mascara is that it really is clump-free. I haven’t had to separate any lashes in the few weeks I’ve been wearing it, and each eye comes out pretty much even. I don’t know about you but that rarely happens to me. Usually I have to spend a few minutes trying to make them match and separate all the lashes that stick together. The Revlon Bold Lacquer Length & Volume Mascara is completely hassle-free and I’m really happy with that!

In terms of the bold lacquer part I did notice a difference in the formula. instead of being inky and thin like most mascara formulas this one was a bit more sticky and it did look pretty shiny. It looked more like I coated my lashes instead of painted on them, which made them appear a little thicker. It isn’t super noticeable but I liked the look it delivered.

If you’re looking for an easy everyday mascara this might be the one for you! Check it out at revlon.ca 

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