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Although I’ve played with brow products, lipsticks and shadow palettes from Makeup Revolution before with varying degrees of success, I’ve yet to try any of their mascara range. That was until I discovered one of their latest additions- The Viper. Drawn in by it’s interesting applicator and promises of being able to achieve definition and volume all for £3, I couldn’t say no.
The Viper: Mascara With Bite
The wand itself isn’t like any I’ve seen before- though maybe I’m just not very adventurous with my mascara selections. It’s a kind odd diamond-snake’s head shape which is hard to decribe, with varying length bristles to really catch your lashes. Does it deliver? Well, yes actually. The differing lengths and angles you can get at with this brush mean you really can pick up all your lashes, and thankfully it’s not a stiff plastic wand to take my eye out on. The curve to the wand also really lifts your lashes, which is always a bonus.
The Viper has a bit of an odd consistency though- to me it feels like a very wet formula which means doing the awkward eye squint post-application so as not to get it all over the rest of my face, but I suspect once it’s dried out a little I’ll love it. The Viper is a super bold black that really darkens the lashes and has a lovely buildable formula, if like me you really prefer huge lashes this doesn’t clump or gather on the lashes, and is super easy to reapply.
Something else I really, really love is how simple it is to remove too. I seem to have endless issues getting my usual mascaras off and seem to always wake up with leftover cakey lashes and panda eyes even when I think I’ve done a good job at taking it off. None of that with The Viper though- this product usually lasts me all day and is nice and simple to get off at the end of the day too.
Have you tried any Makeup Revolution mascaras? What did you think?
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