Hi Darlings, today’s post is going to be the review of the Catrice Clean ID Volume and Definition Mascara.
Since I absolutely love the Catrice Clean ID Full Lash Mascara and I had quite a bit of luck Clean ID line, I thought I could try this mascara too.
This Clean ID is super interesting and more sustainable (I’ve got a few products I’ll show you in the next weeks) basically it is:
- Microplastic particles free.
- Fragrance free.
- Suitable for sensitive eyes
You can buy it here for 6$ or you can find Catrice at Ulta.
The packaging is pretty classic for a mascara, it’s pink which of course I love.
The brush is made of soft bristles and it reminds me of an hourglass, I usually like this shape.
The formula is quite liquidy and very black, if you are not careful it tends to transfer on your lids when you apply it.
EFFECT & APPLICATION
I always do two coats to get the best results.
I think this mascara is very bland: it doesn’t do much for my lashes, it doesn’t really lengthen or volumize them nor I find it particularly good at holding a curl.
As you can see from the pictures the effect is simply not there, my lashes just look more black.
The lasting power is ok but if you barely tear up it’s going to smudge. I don’t normally have issues with my mascara lasting and this was quite annoying
I find it fairly easy to remove with micellar water, I don’t have the black halo around my eyes when I wake up.
- Colour: 10/10
- Longevity: 6/10
- Application: 6/10
- Packaging: 7/10
- Effect: 5/10
- Formula: 4/10
Sadly, I don’t like this mascara, it looks too clumpy on me and it makes me feel like I have ten long lashes but no definition at the roots. I really don’t like the lasting power. So it’s absolutely a pass for me.
I really hope you guys enjoyed it, don’t forget to like, comment and share to let me know all your thoughts and if you have any question.
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