Saturday 14 July 2012

New Clinique High Impact Extreme Volume Mascara

Clinique have launched a new mascara 'high impact extreme volume mascara' for lashes that are 'blown out' in all directions for the most dramatic, voluminous, glam-look in an instant. They promise that you will say goodbye to midday droop; lashes stay fuller and lusher for longer. 

It has the same formula as the previous one but with a new over sized, multi-dimensional moulded brush which has a greater surface area making it easier to build lashes quickly and effortlessly. Thanks to the dual polymeric wetting agents, mascara is deposited at the root of the lash and easily combed through with each brush stroke leaving lashes separated, stretched and lifted. The dome tip aids in feathering so that even the tiniest of corner lashes are reached.

I tried the extreme black version and I liked there was no need for layering, one coat is enough for full volume lashes and the brush is brilliant for coating every lash even the tiny ones in the inner corner of the eye! My lashes felt well conditioned due to the added wheat protein and the mascara is ophthalmologist tested and suitable for contact lens wearers and those with sensitive eyes. The mascara was also extremely easy to remove at the end of the day using a cotton wool pad and Micellar Cleansing Water from Etat Pur, there is nothing worse than trying to shift stubborn mascara!

The new Clinique high impact extreme volume mascara will be available from Clinique Counters from August 1st 2012 in the shades Black or  Extreme Black at  SelfridgesJohn Lewis Boots Debenhams House of Fraser priced at £17. Are you a Clinique mascara fan?


  1. i've never tried a clinique mascara! I'll be looking out for this one in august:-)xx

  2. After getting a free sample of it I am. Love the look of this mascara, I'll definitely want to give it a go! xo

  3. It sounds amazing, cant wait to try it :)

    The Style Diagnostic


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