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Published on April 10th, 2015 | by Neharika Sabharwal

TO BUY OR: Clear & Transparent (Mascara)

Clear mascara is not something most of us would have in their kitty – but there are many who swear by it. Let’s find out why!

Tired of those raccoon eyes courtesy your dark mascaras smudging? The magic wand of clear mascara might be the answer to your beauty woes. We use dark mascara to separate our lashes, add volume and the illusion of length. Clear mascara gives you all these benefits without the worry of smudging.

Think of clear mascara like lacquered finish on furniture for that extra sheen. The wet layer of clear mascara plays with light at an angle of refraction to make the eyes look darker and add a subtle shimmer…

Reasons galore:

  1. They are perfect for the rains because if it smudges, no one can tell.
  2. If you still feel the urge to use dark mascara, clear mascara is a great primer before application for that extra volume.
  3. You can also use it as a top coat to intensify your mascara and prevent it from smudging.
  4. One more thing, clear mascara is perfect to gain control over those unruly eyebrows. Just smear some of it on the brows and brush them in the desired direction for an instant polished look.


Natio Mascara Extreme Volume: Longer, thicker looking lashes that last all day without flaking, smearing or clumping. The silky, smudge-proof formula perfectly separates and thickens lashes in an instant. CLICK HERE to view product.

Max Factor Masterpiece Max High Volume & Definition Mascara: Finding a high impact volumising mascara that doesn’t leave your lashes looking clumpy and clogged can be a challenge. It delivers bold, thick lashes with up to 400% volume* but defines and smoothes at the same time for a surprisingly, sleek effect. CLICK HERE to view product.

Bourjois Volumizer Mascara: The new Volumizer mascara works in just 2 steps to build up to 11 x more volume, clump-free. Its secret? AN INNOVATIVE TRANSFORMABLE BRUSH* CLICK HERE to view product.


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