I’m a serious mascara junkie, to the point I can have 3, sometimes 4 on the go at one time. I just can’t help myself when I see their shiny packaging or huge claims! Today’s review is on the Maybelline Falsies Push Up Drama Mascara which I heard so many US Youtubers raving about, I went in search of one and ordered it – here are my thoughts.

Maybelline Falsies Push Up Drama Mascara

Here is some information on the Maybelline Falsies Push Up Drama Mascara…

Attitude. Style. Drama. Lashes. You like to push it up. And now you can push the limits with the first ever cup-shaped bristles that lift your lashes to dramatic heights.

WHAT IT IS BEST FOR
  • Volume. Lift. Drama.
  • Over-the-top lashes for a glammed up look.
  • When you don’t want to just arrive, but want to make an entrance.

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Now admittedly, I don’t like a lot of volume. Volume to me suggests fullness not length, however a lot of the images I’d seen prior to buying this showed a lot of length too, so I was more than willing to try. The packaging is really lovely, bright and eye catching. It stands out amongst my other mascaras.

Maybelline Falsies Push Up Drama Mascara

The mascara wand is slightly different to other wands I own. The bristles which are plastic, are short and stubby. So it would suggest a voluminous effect. Its not too thick, nor too long so nice to work with too.

Maybelline Falsies Push Up Drama Mascara

I think with any review its all about the application. So I started with bare lashes and applied 3 coats. Generally I’m not a 3 coat girl, but I wanted to see how far I could go before I was getting the ‘spider legs’ looks.

Maybelline Falsies Push Up Drama Mascara before and after (top - bottom) No mascara, 1 coat, 2 coats and 3 coats

Maybelline Falsies Push Up Drama Mascara before and after (top – bottom) No mascara, 1 coat, 2 coats and 3 coats

The mascara is lovely to work with. I can’t fault it in honesty. The formula is on the thicker side, but not clumpy. The brush really does seem to push up from the root giving you length and curl, thus making your lashes look longer. I’d like to point out all the images I took are WITHOUT curling my lashes and I think the results are impressive. There was definitely some volume going on and I got good length too.

Lasting powder for me is really important with a mascara and I got a good 7 hours wear with no flaking, smudging or irritation. I have to apply eye drops quite regularly throughout the day and this didn’t upset the mascara at all, so I was pretty impressed.

Over all, I’ve nothing bad to say about the Maybelline Falsies Push Up Drama Mascara. Its a lovely mascara, its great to work with and it definitely causes some ‘drama’ with my lashes. I definitely would recommend this product to those who like a volumising mascara that gives them good length and curl. I found my lashes held their curl all day which is impressive as they don’t normally do that when I do curl them!

I purchased my Maybelline Falsies Push Up Drama Mascara from eBay as its currently not available in the UK as far as I’m aware and I’m not sure if it will be released here. I used an international eBay seller I’ve used before and found the delivery times are both good and the products are always packaged well and look geniune. With Shipping and conversation rates this mascara cost me £9.24 ($13.95). The seller I used is Nikki’s This And That, currently I couldn’t see this mascara in her shop, but she adds products all the time.

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Lots of Love,

Mel xxxx