Wednesday, November 4

SEVENTEEN FALSIFEYE HD MASCARA* | REVIEW

Seventeen Falsifeye HD Mascara
Every woman loves perfectly defined brows and the haunt for the perfect mascara never ends. The focus is permanently on the upper lashes but the bottom lashes do have an important role too and that why we have some mascaras perfect for the bottom lashes like the Seventeen Falsifeye HD Mascara*.
Most people will either hate or love the brush depending on what you're using this mascara for. «After applying 2 coats this mascara: doesn't clump; it's long lasting, smudge proof and does not flake; adds volume and length from corner to corner; lifts and curls lashes from corner to corner and adds thickness to lashes.» it is said on Boots website.

Seventeen Falsifeye HD Mascara

The brush is made of plastic and has two different sides: a flat side with shorter bristles and longer bristles on the other side. Plastic brushes are not my favourite as I think they can make the application a bit more difficult sometimes and you'll only notice the difference between both side if you look carefully at the brush. Personally I just use the brush however I want but you can always follow the instructions given on Boots. As the plastic is really thin it's the perfect size for bottom lashes and the formula does really help.

I really like the formula of this. You can at least apply two layers of mascara without getting awful clumped eyelashes but I wouldn't advise more than that. It does define every lash perfectly especially because of the shape of the brush and lenghts them as well. I wish it would give more volume to the lashes even though the amount of volume given is perfect for everyday wear for most people. It does last all they and won't flake or smudge unless you lay on your sofa for an hour and have a nap.

Right eye: one coat of Seventeen Falsifeye HD Mascara

Left eye: nothing; Right eye: one coat of Seventeen Falsifeye HD Mascara

Overall, I do love the formula but I'm not so in love with the brush for the upper lashes. Maybe a new version with a different brush? I'd be a total fan.

Have you ever tried this mascara? What do you think of it?

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