The blogging scene is not what it used to be when I first got hooked on blogging. All these companies trying to get their name out there is pretty much what happened to the blogging scene! I know I've been there too, but the things I accepted to review is kinda something I was already interested in and was in need of. (ex. new skincare, new moisturizer) And I've seen quite a few blogs that are just interested in getting a bunch of followers and stuff and I don't know, it just turns me off from reading them. I know some of you girls know what I am talking about though! (especially Arezu)
Okay but onto the review! I bought this mascara a while back and just got to using it. I'm not gonna lie, I bought this because of someone's review on a blog and her lashes looked AMAZING. And then in a lot of her posts she always raved about this mascara so I caved in and bought it because it was buy one get one free :P
Rimmel Glam'eyes Mascara in Black.
Okay so enough gibberish about the packaging and wand. How does it perform?
Overall, I will throw this tube of mascara out because it never looks like my eye up there. NEVER! Bottom line is that the formula is too dry for me to layer on the coats the way I would like to. If this mascara had the wet formulation like Rimmel's Sexy Curves but with this brush then I think I would definitely like it much better.
Hoped this post helped! I feel super weird making a review post because it's been so long lol. I'll try to make another post soon. No promises, but I feel like blogging is a way to take some stress off. LATELY though, there has been no stress so no need for me to blog lol. Plus like I've mentioned before, it feels like a commercial. Like oh geez, not trying to offend anyone but the guru makeupbyrenren. Has anyone seen her videos since she came back from the Philippines?! That's when I think they started anyway, but they're all reviews about companies. I mean yes, that's a nice product and all but it just keeps going on about different companies and seriously I try to use my products until they're almost used up because usually things do work good at first but then sometimes it goes south. I think it's great that you're introducing new companies and doing tutorials with them but man I know I'm not alone when I say I liked the old stuff better.
I'm not trying to criticize, but I'm just trying to point things out. I know blogs are things that are your own opinion and of course you're not forced to read anything but ehh.. it's just not the same as it was maybe..... say 2 years ago? Oh well, see you later!