The main goal of this blog is to create useful content for everyone out there who cares about fashion, makeup, travel, food or personal growth. That’s why earlier this week I came up with the Battle Series, a series of posts where I will compare and review two products from the same category in order to help potential buyers pick what’s best for them.
Since I was a freshman in high school I’ve sworn by Maybelline’s Great Lash mascara, which has been around for ages – a true classic. However, a couple of weeks ago I decided to buy these two Covergirl mascaras because 1. They were on sale 😂 and 2. I genuinely wanted to try them and share my thoughts with y’all.
Overall Score: 3 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️_ _
The Super Sizer usually retails for about $6.99 and is a better mascara if you want long, defined, dark and super noticeable eyelashes a.k.a. for going out. Something I didn’t like about this mascara was that instead of creating volume, it made my lashes cluster in groups of three or four and made me look like Twiggy in that Vogue editorial from the 60s. Nothing against Twiggy btw, just not what I was going for.
Consistency: The Super Sizer consistency is thicker than average and after it dries out, it hardens your lashes a little too much – careful when you take your makeup off!
Overall Score: 4 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️_
The LashBlast Volume is a little bit more expensive – it retails for $8.99 – but it’s worth the extra bucks. It made my lashes look super full and curled in a natural way. For betterF results, you’ll have to apply at least three or four layers, whereas when using the Super Sizer, one layer is enough.
Consistency: Lighter than the Super Sizer and after it dries out, lashes remain soft and flexible.
Here’s a closer look at the results:
Final veredict: Personally, I’d stick with the LashBlast Volume mascara just because I like natural makeup the best.
The pictures don’t do the two mascaras justice, but hopefully they will be good enough as in showing the results and help you find what you’re looking for.
Personally, I’d stick with the LashBlast Volume mascara just because I like natural makeup the best.
Thank you so much for reading the very first chapter of the Battle Series! If there’s a specific duo of products you’d like me to review, please shoot me an email at email@example.com and type BATTLE SERIES REQUEST on the subject 💌.