Monday, 19 January 2015

New Rimmel Scandaleyes Xxtreme | Review





Rimmel Scandaleyes XX-treme-  £6.99 (introductory price £4.99)

One beauty product which is an essential in your make up bag is a mascara! But there are so many out there and constantly new mascaras on the market that you sometimes don't know where to start! (...and if your like me, end up trying a lot that doesn't work right for you!) So today I thought I'd do a little review of the new Rimmel Scandaleyes XX-treme to tell you my thoughts!

Normally I always go for a mascara with a thin comb brush, like the Loreal Telescopic, because big chunky brushes just don't work for me no matter how many times I try! But I wanted a change and to try something new for thicker lashes,without the really thick brush, that's when I came across this brand new mascara which I have been using the past week to see how I really feel about it...

Firstly the brush is a nice medium size, raised and arched on one side (reminded me of Loreal's False Lash Flutter) this helps make the lashes not only voluminous but longer, so I loved this idea of two in one! I have to say one downside to this mascara has to be the texture of the product. It is very wet so could be hard to manage and get everywhere if you aren't careful, it feels like a lot of product is on the brush when you are using it, but luckily this doesn't make it clumpy on the eyes! However, the brush is very nice to spread out the lashes and build because it doesn't dry quickly, so you can layer it without the lashes feeling clumpy.

This mascara is nice and definitely adds volume and length to the lashes, I love the brush to spread the lashes and it builds nicely. But it is disappointing that it is very liquefied especially for me as I'm one of those people that blink to hard or sneeze after applying and get those panda eyes! So I have to be super careful and not touch my lashes until I know they are dry. It leaves a nice finishing result once applied and makes my lashes look long and thick, with a flared out finish due to the arch in the brush. So if you are careful when applying and don't mind a really wet, liquid mascara then it definitely could be you new favourite mascara!


Have you tried this product? What were your thoughts? :)





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