5 August 2014

Rimmel Wonder'full mascara

I received an email a few weeks ago from Marie Claire to say they had a chance for a certain amount of people to try a full sized sample of the new Rimmel Wonder'full mascara*. I filled in the form and kinda forgot about it until I received an email to say I'd been selected.

I really wanted to try another Rimmel mascara after being disappointed with the clumpiness of the Scandaleyes one and with this promising to give you full, perfectly smooth, clump free lashes I was excited to try it.

This mascara is being marketed as the secret weapon to full volume without clumps which thanks to argan oil will leave lashes feeling smooth and conditioned and the ultra-flex brush gives definition & prevents clumps.

Important things first, packaging. I quite like the coppery metallic packaging and the shape is different to anything I own. I always love Rimmels packaging & this one did not disappoint.

Now I have to admit I was a bit disappointed when I saw the brush because I never seem to get on with the more rubbery ones plus they look terrifying. However, I have to take back all my issues with this wand because I couldn't fault it. It grabbed every lash.

As I mentioned earlier, after being let down by the clumpiness of scandaleyes I applied this mascara holding my breath. I didn't have to worry at all. This mascara gave me such long lashes without a clump in sight. I was a tad disappointed by the volume but the amount of length this mascara gives makes up for it and I tend to use different mascaras for length & volume anyway.

As for the Argan oil. I found that I didn't get crispy eyelashes at all with this mascara but I haven't really noticed much change in their condition.

Over all a big thumbs up from me and for £5.99 at boots (with buy 1 get 2nd half price) and Superdrug (free thick & thin liner) at the moment you can't really go wrong.

Has anyone else tried this mascara? Thoughts?
Will you be buying it?


*  I was sent this product free of charge from the company in order to review it. However the opinions expressed in this review are independent and my own

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