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soap mascara

Soap & Glory Thick & Fast is a very quick Mascara to use as it glides on without clumping. However, it does not make lashes look thick no matter how I use it.

I do love this mascara for quick every day use or when I’m in a hurry as it’s pretty fool proof to use and it does make my lashes look super long and separated. With just one coat, eyelashes look as if they naturally appear this way and you aren’t even wearing mascara. You can use two layers for more depth without clumping but as I said, it doesn’t really alter the thickness.

I really like the retro chrome effect packaging but wish that the brush was a little narrower at the tip for those smaller lashes.

Rating ❤ ❤ ❤


5 responses to “Soap & Glory Thick & Fast Mascara”

  1. My Lifestyle Lately – June | Vamp It Up Manchester Avatar

    […] I have so many opened mascara’s already that I just really needed to add to the pile, smh. The idea was that I really wanted to find another affordable cruelty-free beauty brand as a lot of my original one’s have sold out to L’Oreal and Estee Lauder. Although the good news is The Body Shop are in the process of being sold to a totally cruelty-free company I’ve heard. Here’s my review of Soap & Glory’s Thick & Fast Mascara. […]


  2. sixdegreesofharmony Avatar

    How does it last? I’m using Benefit Roller Lash atm and I love it, but am happy to find an alternative.


    1. Vamp It Up Mcr (Chrissie) Avatar

      It last all day and evening. It washes off easily though. I think the tube will last quite a while as well.

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      1. sixdegreesofharmony Avatar

        Thanks. Going to give it a whirl, next pay day x

        Liked by 1 person

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