Undone Beauty Light On Holographic Mascara

I’ve recently discovered Undone Beauty this cute little brand from Amazon. It intrigued me because not only are they affordable, and I am always looking for that beauty deal, but they are Vegan and Cruelty-Free! 

I purchased a set of three products, but today I want to focus the attention on the Light On Holographic Mascara in Black Lapis. According to Undone Beauty :

Undone Beauty’s Light On Mascara is formulated with light-reflecting pigments that provide dimension and shine to dull lashes for a multi-dimensional, cool blue black lash look. Made with castor oil for lash nourishment and conditioning. Ophthalmologist tested – safe for contact lens wearers.

-Taken from Undone Beauty 

While I can see the little light reflecting pigments when I look at the mascara I am not sure that I see that on my lashes. I think I would have to do a side by side comparison to really tell, but I have yet to do that. The mascara is easy to put on and it didn’t weigh down my mascara like I thought it may. While I noticed it didn’t add too much in the way of Length it did add a nice amount of volume and because of the light-weight formula I was able to layer it (and not have it clump up!) to my desire. 

While I think it can work for those days I am feeling especially glamorous, I think it serves better as a everyday natural mascara. Plus at being only than $8 I think it’s pretty damn good to use it regularly!

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This is Kimberly, She is from Southern California, but has recently moved to Idaho. She has a moody cat named Mordechai, A Rambunctious Dog named Tesla, a crazy cat named Cheeto and a new puppy named Auri. She writes about everything and anything

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