This is one of my favourite mascaras.
It isn't one that has a false eye lash effect so if that is what you require then this probably won’t suit but for those wanting longer and fuller lashes but with a more natural look then this may well suit.
I'm not certain exactly where I bought this mascara but it was either from Bodgers of Ilford (a department store) or from an indoor market cosmetic stall. I often buy from both of these places as they tend to offer some good bargains.
I have tried to buy another of these mascara since but I believe it was, and is, discontinued stock. It can be purchased on-line.
I mainly liked this mascara because it was easy to apply and to get the desired effect. The mascara wand is straight on one side and slightly curved on the other. This worked well for me and I found that it was easy to separate my eye lashes and so to coat them in this mascara.
I was very pleased with the definition I achieved yet felt that although my lashes looked longer and fuller they still appeared natural without being too dramatic or over the top.
This mascara is well named as it does seem to find the shorter and more insignificant lashes. It is really good for definition on the lower lashes too.
It is one of the best mascaras that I have used in terms of being clump free too.
This mascara is easy enough to remove. I admit to only using either a simple soap with warm water on a flannel or, more usually, make-up remover wipes.
I purchased Revlon Vital Radiance Lash Finding Mascara in the 02 brown-black shade and I was very pleased with this colour.
Fragrance direct £2.99