Thursday, February 18, 2010

Covergirl Lash Blast Vs. Lash Blast Length Swatches, Pictures, Review

The Covergirl Lash Blast mascara has rave reviews and has sold millions. Shortly after its release, Covergirl decided to bank on the Lash Blast name and introduced a new mascara to the Lash Blast line, Lash Blast Length. It claims to dramatically lengthen lashes, while still having the same other effects as regular Lash Blast.

Pictured above Lash Blast Length and Lash Blast.

The main difference between these mascaras seems to be the brush. The regular Lash Blast has a very thick rubber brush, while Length has has a much thinner and longer brush.

Lash Blast on top, Last Blast Length on bottom.

As seen in the top pictures, the regular Lash Blast made my lashes look a lot darker, but didn't do much for lengthening. It also clumped some of the lashes together. The picture on the bottom shows Lash Blast Length, which seems to have separated my lashes and gives the appearance of more lashes.

Which mascara would I choose? I would choose Lash Blast Length over the regular Lash Blast, but personally, neither mascara fulfills my needs. I like dramatic mascaras that separate, volumize, curl, and lengthen. However, if you are looking for a natural mascara that is good for separating, go for Lash Blast Length.


*Bonus Mini Review*
-My Favorite Mascara-


My favorite mascara is L'oreal Voluminous Carbon Black. This mascara dramatically darkens the lashes, while adding tons of volume and some length.

The packaging of this mascara is very nice. Voluminous comes in a sleek black tube with gold writing and a shiny gold cap.

The brush is pretty standard to most mascaras, but the formula is amazing. It does not clump my lashes and makes them so much darker and fuller.

I love L'oreal Voluminous Carbon Black :)

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