Nonetheless, I did not like this mascara as soon as I tried it for a few reasons. The main reason is that the wand is very small and sort of thin which all it does is place mascara onto your lashes -- what I look for in a mascara is some sort of lengthening or volume, which this mascara does none of the above. In addition, the formula is very wet and it takes about 5 minutes (minimum) to dry, which is a big NO NO in my life because I'm always on the run and do not have time to wait for mascara to dry.
Here's what WnW claims: "Nourishing mascara conditions lashes with soy & wheat proteins and acai oil for healthier, fuller lashes." Unfortunately I did not notice any difference in my lashes, in terms of healthier or fuller, and I've been using this mascara for about a month.
Overall, if you're just looking for a product to place mascara on your lashes then go ahead and give this a try, but if you're looking for volume, thickness, length, generally items that a mascara is supposed to offer, then I encourage you to pass this one up. To check out this mascara please make sure to visit the WnW site, it can be purchased at many drugstores such as Walgreen's CVS, and Target.
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