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Maybelline Full n Soft mascara is, in my opinion, an average product. I usually quite like Maybelline products, especially their mascaras but although this one isn't the worst mascara that I've used it isn't exactly great either.
I bought it last year to take on holiday and thought as it was by Maybelline it would be an okay purchase. I didn’t want a too bold dramatic type of mascara and I thought that going by the packaging, this one looked plain enough to be a natural looking product rather than a heavy false eyelash effect mascara.
Well, I wouldn't say it’s anywhere near a false lash and really I would prefer it to be a little more noticeable.
What I really don’t about this product is the brush which I think is too thick to use easily. I actually find it quite cumbersome.
It’s not a too bad mascara for daytime use when just a touch of this on the ends of my lashes is adequate but when I want to apply a couple of coats when going out for the evening I think it takes too long to obtain the desired effect with this particular mascara.
Also the mascara itself tends to be a little clumpy and thick.
Overall, I wouldn't say that I hated it but I wouldn't bother buying it again. I much prefer a thinner and more tapered brush.
The manufacturer’s claim that Full n Soft boosts volume and is clump free. I wouldn't really agree with these claims as I have to wipe the brush against the top of the container to wipe off clumps before using.
I believe I purchased this mascara from Superdrug. I can’t remember how much I paid although it would probably have been around the £8 to £10 mark.
I chose a black shade of mascara.
Another makeup I inherited after my mum didn't like it is this Full N Soft Mascara by Maybelline...
She gave it my in its wrapper which said £6 on it and was just a cardboard sleeve with the mascara stuck onto it.
The write up says thick + healthy lashes plus with vitamin E to help nourish and help prevent lash loss. It all sounded a bit stupid to me but I got it for free so though I would try it!
The tube is black with silver writing on it and a sliver lid to match.
I thought it looked cheap for a brand name more like a Collection 2000 product that a designer label...
When I pulled out the applicator it is a really big wired wand about one inch long and quite thick until one end that narrows off, I suppose to make it easier to apply to the smaller eyelashes.
The shade is Black of course, lol, and is very gloopy and thick on the wand. My mum who gave it me said it was very thin and clumpy so it must have thickened up after being in the atmosphere...
I love eye makeup as I only have small eyes so it is great for opening them up and emphasising my eye colour and I don't mind what makes I use either.
Maybelline's Full N Soft doesn't seem anything special. It does clump on the lashes and the brush is so clumsy it is really hard to coat my eyelashes as it is so bulky for a wand.
It is ok for free but I wouldn't buy it unless it only cost a couple of pounds.
It does come off easily with eye makeup wipes and stays on well and didn't give me panda eyes so I would say it deserves two stars and no more because the packaging is cheap and so is the product's quality :(