Max Factor’s False Lash Effect Fusion

My eyes have always been my main feature, they are only little but even from a very young age I’ve always focussed on making them grab people’s attention. I’m fortunate enough to be blessed with long eyelashes, which means if I use a bad mascara, people can really tell, and I don’t feel comfortable at all, all day. A good mascara is very important to me, it has to curl, lengthen, and thicken them but not smudge. Often with mascaras you find that it’d be able to do one or two of the above, but an amazing mascara can take you from little lashes, to sassy and fabulous lashes. One mascara I’ve used for years (well the brand) is Max Factor. They’ve never failed to impress me, even with their toughest mascara that takes out a couple eyelashes to fully take it off, every mascara has been brilliant.
I acquired recently (stole from my mum) the Max Factor False Lash Effect Fusion.
Max Factor False Lash effect Fusion Mascara
I quite like big brushes as I have very long eyelashes so they need a lot of coverage, and Max Factor have big brushes with little bristles which means my eyelashes are heavily coated, as well as separated perfectly.
This mascara is in brown as it was my mum’s but I didn’t notice a difference at all. The end effect from this mascara is quite remarkable as the lashes don’t become cakey, or ‘spider’ like, they just have a lot more volume and length. It’s easy to see why this is one of my favourite mascaras now, isn’t it?
eye makeup by Max Factor False Lash Effect Fusion
Well done, Max Factor. I salute you.

This is definitely the best my eyelashes have ever looked with a mascara and I cannot recommend it enough.
  • I really recommend Benefit They're real mascara if you want a good false lash effect without needing to put a lot of layers on to get the dramatic effect.

    It is pricey at £18 a bottle but it is worth it!

    Y x

    • I've got it and I'm not a fan, it runs down my face and I can't add more layers 🙁 xx