Otherwise, I found it impossible to get the fatness of the brush under my lashes to draw up and through and the dip in the middle – what is it for? It certainly didn’t help with application. When I compare it to Bad Gal or my favourite Guerlain mascara – the brush combs and lifts so I get a nice, even, separated lash line in a single stroke. It’s then up to me if I want to go more full on with extra strokes. With Max Factor Rise & Shine Mascara, my lashes didn’t gain any length or separation, just a kind of clumpy line of black lash stumps. Other than the scent, I can’t find a single thing that’s great about this. It’s launching next month for £12.99.
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