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    Default Who uses tube mascara?

    I've only just realised this exists

    It's mascara that forms little tubes around your lashes rather than just painting on colour, so it doesn't smudge.

    I want to try it out because I'm sick of my mascara looking smudgy underneath my lower lashes and giving me the ol' panda eye effect (I don't even wear mascara on my lower lashes - very frustrating!).

    Can anyone recommend a good one that comes off easily at the end of the day?

    TIA

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    I think the first time I heard of tubing mascara was when my makeup artist was doing my makeup for my wedding. She said something like 'don't freak out when you're washing it off, your eyelashes aren't falling out, it's just the tubing coming off!'

    My favourite mascara that doesn't smudge & literally just rubs off with water is the ModelCo extension mascara, it has the mascara on one end and lash fibres (to add volume) on the other end. I buy it from Woolworths for about $15 I think.

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    I love love LOVE my Younique 3D fibre lash mascara, bit pricey but its worth it!! Unles i actually wash it off, its stays on for days, no smudging.

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    I use blinc mascara 😀 absolutely love it! I used to always suffer from panda eyes and haven't had them since using this. I even wore while in labour and it didn't budge!

    They have a amplifier which you can put on before the mascara and it is well worth it, makes the lashes thicker and longer. Highly recommend it

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    Snubbing

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    I only just found out about this stuff too! The Clinique lady told me the other day when I was there. Haven't tried it though.

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    I love it!! So easy to remove with just water in the shower and a lot less panda eyes. I use minerese secret weapon.
    I have seen it at Priceline a few times but mostly I buy it online. They also sell one that comes with little loose flakes you put on the mascara then flake like tiny hairs and then a clear coat and it Maxes out the volume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by char82 View Post
    Snubbing
    How rude!

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    I bought my first one a couple of weeks ago and am a total convert. I bought Australis Multi Mega Lash (NOT Mega Lash, they have that as well and apparently it's rubbish).
    I love it. No flaking, no smudging, it's awesome and only costs $13. I only buy cruelty free products so I'm not sure how it compares to brands like Maybelline, Revlon etc. It's got the best review of cruelty free brands. The other one which has good reviews is Mirenesse but it's difficult to get, only from selected pharmacies or online.

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