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Review: L'oreal Paris Miss Manga Mascara in Black


L'oreal Paris Miss Manga Mascara - £8.99
No mascaras have impressed me as much as L'oreal's have. I've tried a few of their mascaras now and I have loved using each one but I think I may have kept the best till last.

I bought the L'oreal Paris Miss Manga Mascara as soon as it was released but I decided to use up my other open mascaras before I gave this one a try so it reluctantly sat in my bedroom for a few weeks before I opened it. I have to say that I don't know about you, but I find the cellophane wrappers on mascaras incredibly hard to get off. I've only ever seen this on L'oreal products but honestly, it is a little bugger to get off.

I really like the packaging of this mascara. Like the other L'oreal mascaras, Miss Manga is very distinctive looking by it's black and pink tube which I like although I have read some people calling it cheap and tacky looking. Maybe I'm cheap and tacky? I don't know.

What L'oreal say about their product:

"Mega volume from top to bottom lashes. Miss Manga creates bold volume with L'oreal Paris' first 360 degree flexible cone shaped brush that amplifies upper lashes and reveals lower lashes."

Onto the good bit, the product. Usually I manage to get my mascara all over my face when I try to apply it. Mostly I manage to get it under my eye which ends up ruining my make-up altogether but not anymore. The Miss Manga wand is fairly thin which tapers towards the tip which makes it incredibly easy to get into the corners of the eye and ensures you don't get mascara everywhere when you apply it to your bottom lashes. I found this wand to be so much easier to use than wands I've experienced in the past so already we're onto a winner.

In the photos above I applied one coating to my lashes in the photo on the left and two coatings to my lashes in the photo on the right. With one coating of Miss Manga I found that it separated my eyelashes wonderfully, made them look much more amplified and made them look really natural which is how I usually wear my mascara during the day. 
With two coatings of Miss Manga my eyelashes looked much fuller and thicker without looking spidery. They did feel a little tiny bit crispy but it wasn't bad enough to feel uncomfortable. They also looked much more amplified like L'oreal promised.

Overall, I am SO impressed with this mascara. It does everything that L'oreal promised: it separated my lashes, made them much fuller and thicker and much more amplified than before. Application was incredibly easy, even for butterfingers like me. Completely recommend.

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