Saturday, March 24, 2018

MEGA MASCARA COMBO: Maybelline the Falsies Push Up Drama + ModelCo LashXtend + Max Factor Clump Defy Extensions

Today another Mascara Combo for you! I have been using this combination for a few weeks now and I have to say that I looove how my lashes look!

As you might remember from my review on the Max Factor Clump Defy Extensions I thought the mascara wasn't volumizing enough and for the Maybelline Push Up Drama mascara, I thought that it might be a bit too clumpy.

So these two would make the perfect combination, wouldn't it? I hear you wondering, what's the other mascara doing in the picture? I'll tell you: first I intended to use that mascara (ModelCo LashXtend). However, when I opened it, it was completely dried out without me even using it once! So I tried to revive it with eye drops. It kind of worked, but it didn't really function as a 100% alright mascara, so I opened the Maybelline Push Up Drama mascara and used that one for under the Max Factor mascara.

The ModelCo was half working and I just couldn't throw it away (please don't judge đŸ™ˆ). So I decided to use the Maybelline mascara as the first one, use the ModelCo as a second layer and use the Max Factor to separate my lashes. Did it work? See for yourself:

First: Maybelline Push Up Drama.

Second: ModelCo LashXtend.

The lashes look extremely clumpy now and very spidery-like. Then, as last step I use the Max Factor Clump Defy to separate my lashes.

Ta-da! And this is the result. It's quite dramatic, but for less dramatic days I use one coat of the Maybelline mascara instead of two coats.

I think the combination of a volumizing mascara first and a separating mascara last is a great combination. The volumizing mascara adds the volume that I don't get from the Max Factor mascara and the separating mascara gives my lashes the separation that I don't get from the volumizing mascara without removing all the volume.

I like this combo more than I initially thought I would and I'll happily use this combo for the next few months!

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