The brand calls Lash Slick the “perfect, everyday mascara.” It’s meant to lift, lengthen, and curl lashes “subtly” — a word you pretty much never associate with most mascaras. It’s also a little different — it’s a tubular mascara, a formula popular in Asia. Each application coats tiny one- and two-millimeter-long fibers onto lashes, enveloping them in small, non-smudgy tubes that are excellent at holding lash curl. With this Japanese fiber technology, the brand claims your lashes won’t look spidery or clumpy, but will become a natural-ish length they’re calling a “baby extension.”
Lash Slick’s formula also contains polymers, which add a healthy shine rather than a matte finish. Vegan biotin allegedly conditions, making lashes softer and shinier over time. If you want more of a natural look to your mascara that doesn’t scream “200 percent volume!,” this might be the mascara for you.
It’s water-resistant (although not waterproof). It’s also cruelty-free, paraben-free, fragrance-free, allergy-tested, dermatologist-tested, and even ophthamologist-tested. To remove it at the end of the day, all you need is a bit of warm water or the gentle Milky Jelly Cleanser.
Lash Slick is available today at Glossier.
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