Hello everyone - so here is my first review since Bella's Beauty Blog saw its first anniversary/birthday. Today I am taking a look at a mascara - the Soap & Glory Thick & Fast Mascara to be exact!
Soap & Glory - Thick & Fast Mascara
I haven't delved too much in to Soap & Glory cosmetics. However their mascara has left me wanting to try more! This mascara claims to be a super volume mascara and it delivers! As you can tell the brush/wand is pretty thick which helps to add volume to the lashes. Even though the brush is big it is still very easy to work with to add extra volume in to those corner lashes.
The formula itself is wet however it dries on the lashes quickly so you won't have any dots of residue around the eyes as you're waiting for it to dry. The formula also dries slightly with age in the tube so if you like a drier formula for your mascara I suggest giving this a bit of time to dry out before having a play with it. Unlike some other mascaras that tend to get worse results as they near their shelf life - Soap & Glory Thick & Fast keeps up its performance well!
Soap & Glory - Thick & Fast Mascara - On the lashes
Here is Soap & Glory - Thick & Fast on my lashes! As you can tell my lashes have tons of volume. My lashes are also separated very well. So yes I can confirm this mascara makes your lashes look thick and it does it fast! The only slight problem I have is the price - you can pick this up for £10 at boots. Although this isn't bad I can think of a few drugstore mascaras that are cheaper - though its debatable if any give such natural volume to the lashes. Personally I think the extra money is worth it if you want your lashes to look natural because this mascara doesn't leave that stiff looking appearance on the lashes. Your lashes still look fluffy and natural but with added volume.
Overall I would totally recommend this mascara to anyone looking for added extra volume! Have you tried Soap & Glory Thick & Fast yet? What were your thoughts? If not what mascara are you loving at the minute? Let me know in the comments!
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