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NYX Coloured Mascara - Blue


Sorry I haven't uploaded since Tuesday (yikes), but a slight unwell feeling took over meh body. And I needed rest, that plus I had to work all day yesterday. Anyway excuses excuses! SORRY so late!!!

When this product first came on the scene, I was as per usual sceptical. Now, I've used blue mascara in the past. Purely under the influence of my stylish, very brave aunt who loves to experiment. I also saw my friend Keisha wearing some and it really made her face pop. On this particular day, I had to give it a go. I was not in the mood for a lot of makeup, but I still wanted something on my face that would stand out prettily not awkwardly. I think the beauty of a coloured mascara lies in the fact that no eyeshadow is necessary, a few coats and your makeup look is pretty complete. That's time saving, plus fashion conscious allll in one.

Here's a photo of my wearing the NYX Blue Color Mascara. Yes even with red hair, I am NOT above mixing colours.

Blue makes your whole face glow.

The colours are versatile, beautiful and suit most skintones.
Washes off easily.
Make eyelashes appear longer. 
May be toned down for work by applying one coat instead of several.

Washes off easily.
Requires several coats for a SERIOUS pop of colour to appear.
Colour range/availability locally is poor.

I believe that anyone who wears these coloured mascaras will fall in love. Simple and subtle can make a HUGE difference between a good makeup look and a great one. So try one this weekend and let us know what you think!! 


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