Makeup Review, Before/After Photos: CoverGirl Clump Crusher by Lashblast Mascara
Just when you think there are enough mascaras on the market, what more could another tube do? Well, there’s Clump Crusher! COVERGIRL has a good franchise with all of their LashBlast products. This is another fine example of mascara technology; COVERGIRL seems to be moving up the ranks.
Clump Crusher by LashBlast ($6.99) has a curved brush, with a straight bristle edge. I liked this feature because I was able to start directly at the root of my lashes, then wiggle up to the tips. I did a test and did apply about four to five coats. I was amazed! NO CLUMPS! Overall, I did like this mascara. As for my personal preference, it is usually big, voluminous lashes. That said, I was impressed with all the claims this mascara did make. You will get long, clean, attention-getting lashes. If, however, you are looking for Dolly Parton glam, this will not get you there.
This mascara lives up to all of its claims, which are:
- 200% more volume
- Zero clumps
- High volume, separated look
- Even pigment from root to tip, no matter how many coats
So, there you have it! CoverGirl Clump Crusher by LashBlast Mascara is one you’ll want for your makeup bag!
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- Erin Sutera, senior writer and makeup artist
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