Too Faced Lash Injection

By Stephanie, age 22, New York

Like most girls out there, I am always on the hunt for great makeup to add to my collection. After running out of my usual mascara, I went on a quest for new and amazing mascara. While shopping at Sephora, I came across the new Too Faced Lash Injection Mascara. They were selling a sample for $8.00, so I decided to give it a try.

For the most part, Too Faced Lash Injection meets the majority of my needs. Its volumizing quality is very effective. My lashes appear much thicker after applying it, perhaps because of the tiny bristles of its application brush. At first look, the brush does not appear at all impressive, but its bristles are very effective. When searching for the best mascara, I look for two main things: its ability to lengthen and to thicken my eyelashes. Too Faced Lash Injection volumizes and separates each individual lash for a great effect, while slightly curling my lashes as well. As for its lengthening ability, it fairs about average; it lengthens to a degree, but is not too noticeable. I feel it is most effective as a volumizing mascara.

Too Faced Lash Injection Mascara is available for $21.00 at

Too Faced Lash Injection definitely produces thicker and fuller lashes. It only takes two coats to produce the desired thickness. You can continually coat your eyelashes with this product, but you'd have to work extremely hard at it to create clumps. Unfortunately, this mascara is not waterproof. For the most part, it remains sealed on your lashes without bleeding off. I do notice that if I sweat a lot or it's a slightly humid day, it will smear a bit on my bottom lashes. It is available in Pitch Black and Hot Chocolate.

Overall, on a scale of 1 to 10, I would rate this mascara a 7. Though it will not replace my favorite mascara, it is a great addition in my collection.

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March 15, 2012

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