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Milk makeup kush mascara – Honest Review!

The milk makeup kush mascara certainly has an eye-catching design thanks to its shiny tube which also has a quality feel to it too! Anyways we’re here for the performance so shall we begin?

Right starting off with what the brand state!

Description

Milk makeup kush mascara

Milk makeup clearly state this is their award-winning vegan mascara, made for anyone longing for ‘super thick, full high volume lashes’ working their way from root to tip! That certainly got me wanting to grab one.

It’s also said to be infused with something a little different compared to other mascaras, ‘conditioning hemp derived cannabis seed oil’ which apparently is what will leave your lashes softer as well as healthier looking.

It’s not only vegan and cruelty-free but silicone, paraben and fragrance free too.

Application

Application is just like any other mascara, the bristles are designed with short and long strands enabling even colour distribution. Milk suggest wiggling the brush from root to tip of lashes to coat them whilst the tapered design of the brush allows easy reach for inner corners and bottom lash.

Applying the formula is okay with this wand however I find the bristles to be a little flimsy. I prefer firm and more dense wands. But anyhow this bristle does the job which is what we’re after right?!

The formula isn’t drying which I’m guessing is the work of the cannabis seed oil. The moisturizing formula doesn’t only soften the lashes a little, it makes reapplying all the more easier too. Instead of having to run over hard spider-leg-of-a-lash, you’re met with a much more compliant lash.

Lastage

Application is just like any other mascara, the bristles are designed with short and long strands enabling even colour distribution.

Milk suggest wiggling the brush from root to tip of lashes to coat them whilst the tapered design of the brush allows easy reach for inner corners and bottom lash.

Applying the formula is okay with this wand however I find the bristles to be a little flimsy. I prefer firm and more dense wands. But anyhow this bristle does the job which is what we’re after right?!

The formula isn’t drying which I’m guessing is the work of the cannabis seed oil. The moisturizing formula doesn’t only soften the lashes a little, it makes reapplying all the more easier too. Instead of having to run over hard spider-leg-of-a-lash, you’re met with a much more compliant lash.

Results

A test run by the brand itself shows around ‘95%’ of its 21 users immediately saw results which includes intense volume and longer lashes.

Of course everyone has their own experiences which vary but that is a high and proud number which I’m not going to lie, did have me in.

So the results?

Well it did add volume and create visibly thick lashes especially on the second coat. The first coat gave a decent coverage which I think would be great for a natural subtle look.

Milk makeup did mention their formula to be conditioning with soft and ‘never stiff’ expections to which I can agree to a certain extent. The formula did leave my lashes feeling soft but that’s if I compare it to other formulas otherwise whilst I’m wearing it, I wasn’t screaming out ‘ahh soft’.

In other words I’d give it to them, after all it’s better than a few I’ve tried. It doesn’t cause my lashes to clump or seem overly dry which makes topping up pleasant.

Overall

So overall I rate this mascara an 8/10! The formula does keep the lashes soft and provides decent results which are visible especially on the second coat. It features a clean formula too and doesn’t harden lashes as much.

There is slight crumbling however and I would prefer a more stable bristle but regardless I think it’s a great product to incorporate in one’s daily look!

If you’d like to try out the kush mascara then I suggest you tap here!

What’s your favourite mascara? Drop the answers down below in the comment section!

Or for more awesome vegan mascaras then tap here!

Have a great day!

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