If you have long eyelashes, good for you! Unfortunately, not everyone is lucky enough to have natural full looking eyelashes and finding a mascara which would give the full look might not be the easiest. How about using a bit of black magic? Do you think that would help to give those full lashes? Can Eyeko Black Magic Mascara be the one to give the beautiful lashes without using any magic but the power of beauty products?
The first Eyeko product I tried which was Eyeko Skinny Liquid Eyeliner which came with the last year’s M&S Advent Calendar. My first impression of the brand wasn’t bad and now the second product to try is Eyeko Black Magic Mascara. This travel size mascara doesn’t come in a traditional plastic mascara packaging, instead, it comes in a silver squeezable tube which probably will come handy when you want to finish the product to the very end.
There are so many mascaras in the market… Some to add volume, some to lengthen or some to curl, however, can a single product do all those? Maybe finding some magical mascara can end up being one of your best mascara. Can Eyeko Black Magic Mascara actually be the one to tick all the boxes?
Let’s get to the claims of the mascara… It claims to transform your lashes to create drama, volume and curl with an extreme black finish for a full-bodied lash fringe. Quite promising, isn’t it?
The formula of the mascara is just right, not too wet or too dry. It gives clumpy-free finish and it doesn’t flake. Some mascaras can smudge during the day, luckily this one won’t smudge and give you panda eyes! I wear it a whole day and my lashes still look as good as when I first apply the mascara. It adds volume and if you’re patient enough, you can achieve curls as well so when you’re in hurry, you could always skip the eyelash curler. It is buildable, just make sure you don’t let the first coat to dry fully, otherwise, it might be hard to get even coats. Mascara contains keratin and shea butter for long-term lash care.
The curvaceous helix brush is designed for full lash contact(lifts lashes for a 90-degree curl) and give clump-free finish. My first attempt with the curved brush was terrible… I ended up poking my eye but hey all is fine now! If you are not used to the curved brushes, it might take a few attempts to get the perfect result. But hey… it’s all worth the extra effort! The curved brush gives good coverage to all the lashes.
Would I recommend it? Yes, definitely! If you are looking for a high-end mascara which is long lasting and volumising, then go for it. Also, how cool is the packaging? If you end up getting it, it might be a permanent member of your bag! Eyeko Black Magic Mascara 4 ml travel size is £10 and you can get the full size(8 ml) for £19.
Have you tried any Eyeko products before? What’s your holy grail mascara you?