Covergirl Lash Perfection Volumizing Mascara Review!

Covergirl Lash Perfection Volumizing Mascara

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: 
Volumizing mascara that individually wraps each lash for perfectly plumped lashes that resist clumping. Up to 3x the volume vs. bare lashes.

FEATURES:

  • Innovative brush surrounds each lash with our amazing conditioning formula so each lash is individualized and volumized
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Removes easily with soap and water
  • Ophthalmology tested 
Lash Perfection is one of Covergirl’s newest mascaras. Covergirl Lash Blast has been my favorite mascara for the past couple of years, and there have only been a small handful of mascaras I’ve tested out during that time. Why? Because every other mascara I use ends up under my eyes in a couple of hours – I’ve pretty much stopped trying out new mascaras unless they claim to be smudgeproof/transfer resistant. Considering I’ve had pretty good luck with Covergirl Mascara’s, I decided to try out Lash Perfection as I was in desperate need of a new tube of mascara and Lash Blast wasn’t on sale ($9?! No thanks.)
First off, the wand is pretty similar to the Covergirl Lash Blast, Lash Blast Length and Volume Exact mascaras as the wand is rubber/plastic, as opposed to the standard wire/fiber wand. It’s thinner than the Last Blast wand and a little fatter than the Lash Blast Length wand. Everyone has their own preference to the type of wands they like, and I have always really liked large, fluffy wands. I’m not really sure why, considering they are more likely to create a mess, but I’ve always found that they build volume better.Well, after two years of using Lash Blast, I’m getting really sick of that large wand. This wand works really well at coating the lashes and getting the smallest lashes in the inner and outer corners. Once applied, it’s really easy to build volume with continued swiping of the lashes. This mascara doesn’t claim to “lengthen”, but I did find that it slightly lengthened my lashes. When the mascara dries, it dries slightly crispy – this is a good and bad thing. It’s good because if you have thin, sparse lashes, it will hold a curl much better than a mascara that dries soft. It can be a bad thing because it’s not very pleasant combing through crispy lashes. I do think this mascara holds a curl better than most mascaras I’ve tried. It actually keeps my lashes fairly curled all day without having to curl them myself with a curler. Throughout the day it doesn’t flake, smudge or transfer. Lastly, it’s simple to remove with baby oil and a cotton ball.
*Based on reviews, some have compared this to the recently discontinued MaxFactor Lash Perfection Mascara. So if you loved that one, this may be worth a try. (Makeupalley)

PROS: Slightly lengthens, Builds volume well, Minimal to no clumping, Separates well, Doesn’t smudge, flake or transfer. Can look natural or a little more dramatic based on how much you apply. The price is great. It’s a couple of dollars cheaper than Lash Blast ($5.99 at Target).
CONS: Makes the lashes a little crispy – which can be a good or bad thing based on individual preference.
PACKAGING: I think the packaging is nice. It comes in a sleek, charcoal tube and has a pretty good brush.

OVERALL: Overall, I think this is a great mascara and I will definitely re-purchase!

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14 thoughts on “Covergirl Lash Perfection Volumizing Mascara Review!

  1. I just wanted to say that this mascara has less product than Lashblast. Lashblast is .44 oz and this one is .24 oz, so even though it's cheaper, it is also almost half the amount. That could be considered a good thing though anyway, because I know with my Lashblast it dried out pretty quickly, so perhaps it is too much product.

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