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Review: Missha The Style 4D Mascara

I'm attracted by the price and name of Missha's 4D mascara. I'm really curious about the 4D effect and this costs me less than $8 which is considered cheap as compared to the prices in Singapore.
Besides, it is recommended to change your mascara every 3 months due to the bacteria harbouring in the tube after long-term usage.


I have to admit, it is very difficult for me to find a suitable mascara, especially when I have oily lids and mascaras I've tried in the past always smudges on my lower eyelid before I get home. I dislike waterproof mascaras as I have trouble removing one of canmake's mascara in the past, lost quite a few of my precious eyelashes in the process! 




It comes in a simple black tube with silver wording and has soft brush bristles which I don't have any trouble coating my lashes with them.

BEFORE.

AFTER.
 
I only applied a coat which gives a natural finish but it's buildable if you want to have more length + volume and doesn't clump together easily. I worn it for about 7 hours last weekend and it was a rather warm day. Usually my previous mascaras would have started smudging in the middle of the day but this doesn't! It lasted me till I got home at around 7pm with just a few tiny flakes on my lower eyelids. I'm impressed with the lasting power and it doesn't irritate my eyes hence it's safe for contact lenses users. Plus, it is easy to remove! :)

Straight to the point - for those who are lazy to read everything :p
[What I like about it]
✔ Gives a natural finish
✔ Doesn't smudge/flake
✔ Suitable for contact lenses users
✔ Long last power
✔ Easy to remove

[What I dislike about it]
✘ None!

Love:
(Definitely repurchase)

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