BIG TEASE Plumping Mascara



Hydro Boost Plumping Mascara


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Buxom Big Tease Plumping Mascara is $22 while Neutrogena Hydro Boost Plumping Mascara is about $8. Both claim very similar things ‘plumps the appearance of your lashes - coats every lash evenly with plenty of volume & no clumps.’ Neutrogena does have Hyaluronic Acid in its formula. They both smell extremely similar. Both brands have a conical style wand but the bristles on Buxom are a bit more compact. I wore both of these brands for several days - with & without a lash primer. Neither brand really ‘plumped’ up my lashes. Neutrogena gave me very little volume compared to Buxom. Even Buxom didn’t give me much volume. Neutrogena didn’t clump but Buxom did. Buxom’s wand got super goopy with product so it was kind of difficult to apply. Both brands smudged by the end of the day and during removal of both brands they stung my eyes. All in all there were some similarities but I didn’t care for either brand.


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