Too Faced Lash Injection definitely deserves a high ranking when it comes to rating non-waterproof mascaras.
Lash Injection’s efficiently fat brush helps to thoroughly coat lashes with a fiber-based formula that builds good length and excellent thickness — all while remaining smudge-free and still holding eyelash curl.
While this mascara has some very minor drawbacks, none of them were by any means a deal-killer for me. For example, Lash Injection has a slight tendency to clump if you load on much more than 3-4 coats, so if you like to go heavy on the mascara, keep your eyelash comb handy and comb fast! This formula dries pretty quickly.
The other drawback to this mascara is that it doesn’t come off as easily as other non-waterproof mascaras. Like blinc Kiss Me mascara and Imju Fiberwig, Lash Injection works by wrapping lashes in tiny tubes that are supposed to wash off easily with soap and warm water. Unlike the other two mascaras, however, Lash Injection requires a bit more time and a bit more cleanser (I was using Cetaphil) to remove it.
This was kind of a pain considering that one of the biggest perks of using non-waterproof mascara is being able to remove it easily. Nevertheless, I’m willing to write this off as just being part of the price you pay for an otherwise all-around formidable mascara.
The Bottomline on Too Faced Lash Injection: I’m nitpicking about the drawbacks to this mascara. Lash Injection is good stuff, and I recommend it.
Has anyone tried Too Faced Lash Injection? What do you think of it?
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