Review: Clinique High Impact Mascara

Some mascara can be to wet, clumpy and dry up the day after you open them. However, there are few that are must-haves, and for me, Clinique’s High Impact Mascara tops the list. The mascara has a long brush to evenly coat each lash and does not clump even after applying two coats. It is a perfect everyday mascara that can easily be worn at night by adding another layer to give your lash extra volume.

Not only does the product add volume to the lashes it gives them length too. Clinique has created mascara that can give you a natural false lashes look; is that even possible?

The mascara formal is lightweight and will not make your lashes feel thick and stuck together. Also, the product can be removed with a single makeup remover without leaving behind any excess product.

The High Impact Mascara retails for $16 and can be found at most beauty supply stores, as well as Clinique.com.

*Credit for the photo used in this article goes to DeviantArt Artist Vive-Le-Rock.*

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