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Review: Maybelline Lastionista Mascara, Hyper Glossy Liquid Liner & Hypercosmo Eye Shadow


This makeup look is done using Maybelline Lastionista Mascara, Hyper Glossy Liquid Liner & Hypercosmo Eye Shadow:)

For Crimes Against Fashion, 
Maybelline New York Sentences Female Offenders to 
Public Lashings of Lashionista 

Every woman has been guilty at some point in her life of hideous crimes against fashion. Smudged mascara, wonky eyeliner, cakey eyeshadow. Shame upon us all. However, there is hope. Revolutionary new Lashionista mascara from Maybelline New York, partnered with HyperCosmos Duo Eyeshadow and Hyper Glossy Liquid Liner, holds the promise of total reform and a fresh new start for repeat offenders and hardened fashion crimes.

Lashionista is the new generation ultra-lengthening, long-wearing, smudge proof mascara that has natural x-finity fibers to coat even the shortest lashes, lifting them up and keep them in place for 24 hours.
Don't you just love the chic hot pink packaging of the mascara? I am always attracted to makeup/skincare products where you can see that there's extra effort put into packaging of products; just love adding those to my collection. It is a plus point and what makes it even better is the fact that the mascara works as it claims!
Lashionista promises:
  1. Endless Length
  2. Uplifted Lashes
  3. Flawless, no clumps
  4. 24h Smudge-proof

The slightly curved brush enable easy application even on the shortest lashes. My lashes were noticeably longer and lifted without the use of eyelash curler; a natural look with just one coat and no issues of clumping at all. Moreover, I am impressed with the staying power of this mascara! I have oily lids and mascaras usually smudge before I get home but this doesn't, it stayed there all the way without budging and can be easily removed by warm water, how awesome is that?!

Some pictures of the mascara:
 
Besides that, I would not recommend makeup remover, you will have a hard time removing the mascara; I tried it for a comparison :)

Next up, Hyper Glossy Liquid Liner, it claims to deliver ten times the shine of conventional eye liners and it does. However, the brush is alittle too thick for my liking. The packaging of the liner is smaller and easy to keep but I find it harder to hold it and control the intensity of the line drawn. I would prefer Hyper Sharp 0.05mm Liner over this!
 
 
Sorry for the bad lighting :(

Last but not least, Hypercosmo Eye Shadow, it comes in seven gorgeous shades and in this review, I'll only be using 2 shades: WN-1 & PC-1.
Hypercosmos is a new type of baked eyeshadow where excess water pigments are removed, allowing pure, intense saturated colours. It's my first time trying out baked eyeshadows and I love them:) Each eyeshadow gives a pearly shimmer and comes with 2 shades of complimentary colours which allows blending.
First image is taken with flash light while the second image is taken under natural lighting.
WN-1 contains a deep purple shade that is more towards brown and it is complimented with bronze, while PC-1 contains 2 shades of pink. If you want the colours to be more intense, you can wet your brush before applying the eyeshadows :)
I love using this, it has the right amount of shimmers to be used as a day/night makeup and it lasts on my eyelids the whole day, didn't have to worry about touching up!:)

Maybelline never fail to amaze me with their awesome products, hope they have new launches coming up :p

Before I end this post, you can get these items from almost anywhere: Watsons, Guardian, Sasa, etc. Lashionista mascara costs $21.90, Hyper Glossy Liquid Liner (Black) costs $13.90, and HyperCosmos duo eyeshadow palettes (in 7 shades) are $17.90 each:)

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