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When I first saw this item I was really unconvinced. They recommend that you change your mascara every 2 - 3 mths, partly to avoid clumps, but mostly because the likelihood of contamination and therefore eye infections goes up after that time. And let's face it, even with every day use most people don't use a whole tube in that time. So to buy *two* mascaras, one for the upper lashes and one for the lashes below the eye and in the corners? Well, I'll be honest, it seemed like a terrible waste of money. Besides, don't you just use the end of the wand?
Well, if you've got any hint of clumsiness or mascara on the run (or on the bus, on the tube...) you'll probably be like me in not finding it that easy to catch those mini corner lashes without leaving an accidental black streak or poking yourself in the eye. If you have lovely dark lashes naturally then you'll probably just skip that bit. Well done you! As a blonde, I need every eyelash that I can find.
The tiny brush is very easy to use and more importantly doesn't seem to have a lengthening and widening effect, which unless you are going for a daisy the cow 1960s doll look, you don't really need on your bottom lashes. It simply colours them black. I *do* notice however that it's not as waterproof as I would like and does tend to smear a little under my eyes and sneak into the creases. Maybe if you used a water based rather than oil based concealer and eye cream this wouldn't be an issue.
If you are a make up every day and reapply at lunchtime kind of person then I can see how this can be a staple in your kit. If you aren't then I'm still a little unsure that spending £12.75 on a mascara that only does half your lashes is the best use of your finances.
With the Daniel Sandler Baby Jet Mascara, there's no excuse to miss those little lashes at the inner and outer corner of eyes and you won't make a mess applying mascara to the bottom lashes either due to the Micro-Fine brush / Daniel Sandler Baby Jet Mascara is especially ideal for very short lashes as it gets right to those important lashes that bigger brushes can't get to / Daniel says: 'Gently bend the brush 30 degrees to help application and get a true-pro finish" /