Sleek Makeup Full Fat Lash Mascara | Product Review

It's been awhile since I last reviewed a mascara and that's only because I'm not really good at taking photos of my lashes that would really show the full result of the mascara application. I feel that my photos don't justify them enough... yes, it's a shallow #beautybloggerdilemma.

I'm up to my neck with new mascaras and I really need to get the ball rolling on showing you the ones that really impressed me. Some of them expensive, yes... and some quite affordable just like this Sleek Makeup Full Fat Lash mascara.

I got this as a wedding present from Smile, she's the distributor of Sleek Makeup here in the Philippines vi She loves anything Sleek! Well, for a good reason. This UK brands has been a cult favorite for years now and they do have nice selections of eyeshadow palettes that could rival Urban Decay. I have about 3 of their palettes and they are all love. 

But I digress, the focus for today is the Sleek Full Fat Lash Mascara. What makes this mascara special?

The wand of course! Full Fat Lash has tear-drop shaped tip and straight at the end. It's a dual purpose wand that allows you to apply your mascara the regular, straight edge way, while the bulbous tip gives you the freedom to reach out on to the corner lashes just by tipping the wand upward.

I'm not entirely new to the concept of a tear-drop shaped mascaras. For years, I've tried a few and have loved the effect. They lengthen and provide necessary volume to the lashes. Sleek Full Fat Lash mascara does the same, it a much user-friendly way thanks to its not-so-daunting wand.

How I use it:

  1. With the straight regular part of the wand, I distribute the mascara on to the mid-part of my lashes. My lashes are coated with the mascara formula.
  2. I start of with cleaning the excess bu running the tear-drop tip sideways on to the lashes, from the roots to the tips. It removes the excess mascara and coats each lashes evenly.
  3. Lastly, using the tip of the wand, I run it on to the corner lashes that I wasn't able to reach. 

Result is evenly coated lashes, with the right amount of volume and length to boot. But to be fair, I don't overdo the mascara application, so the result is pretty much impressive for me. And it does a great job at separating my lashes, fanning them out to give an illusion I have more lashes than I really do.

The consistency is how I like my mascara, creamy and patent-like. The blackest black shade makes my  lashes appear thick and long. A nice contrast for an intense makeup look, especially smokey makeup look.

I'm not sure though if it's water-proof but it did stay all day on my eyes without transfer. I was able to remove it easily with a water-based and oil-based makeup remover without so much as a hitched. That's a plus right there for sure. :)

I love using this as an all-around mascara, both day and night time. But I do so mostly during daytime. It's got a great hold, staying power and really thickens the volume of my lashes. Not an easy feat, given how thin they are. Full Fat Lash is also very easy to use and I don't have to worry about poking my eyes just to be able to reach out the far corners of my lashes. I've tried using it while inside a moving vehicle and no boo-boo's. You can't say that with other mascaras.

Overall, definitely recommending this to all of you. Especially to those who wants to change their regular mascara to a more interesting one. :)

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