Chanel Inimitable Intense Mascara ($30.00) is designed to be a more intense version of the multi-tasking Inimitable (which I have not tried), which lengthens, thickens, curls, and separates without clumping, spiking, or flaking.
CoverGirl LashBlast Fusion Mascara($8.99) is designed to both lengthen and volumize your lashes in just one formula. A year ago, I reviewed LastBlast Length with pretty good results–not my perfect mascara for my eyelashes–but a solid lengthening mascara all the same.
AHHH! I love MAC’s videos. They’re so creative and pretty and yeah. Short and sweet. Still gotta get my hands on Haute & Naughty and see if it’s worth $18. I love me some MAC mascara, so here’s hoping!
MAC Barelash Pro Longlash Mascara($13.00) is a nude-beige shade in the Pro Longlash formula. I definitely got length without spikiness, but the formula is on the drier side, so it has a tendency to clump if you don’t work quickly. On my lashes, it seemed to give me beige tips, but the root and most of the lash length was only a muted gray or else still a black-brown.
The wand is incredibly large–probably the largest MAC wand to-date–and reminded me quite a bit of DiorShow, actually. It’s large, kind of fluffy (but not actually fluffy), and it has a very tapered edge. I do like the tapered edge, because it does make it easier to reach the lashes on the inner corner of the lid as well as coat the bottom lashes. Even though the brush is on the larger side, I didn’t find it unwieldy–there wasn’t much of a learning curve. If you prefer smaller mascara wands, though, this will definitely be a mascara to check out in person first.