Revlon Lash Potion Grow Luscious Mascara Review

Friday, August 9, 2013

Hello Beauties,

How are you all today? I hope everyone is having a great start to their summers. I am enjoying each and everyday. Already been to the beach twice, and loved the waves and the heat.

Today I am going to be sharing with you a mascara that I just recently discovered in the new section at the drugstore. And let me tell you one thing I am in love with it! It is the new Revlon Lash Potion Mascara. I have been using it since the day it got it, and I am just amazed.

 First of all lets talk about the packaging, its just so magical and pretty. The purples and blues really bring out the majestic feel. Also its not too much overwhelming.

The wand is the great part about this mascara. The bristles are great and they really apply the mascara good. The bristles are made to give length, and I love how I can reach the corners of my lashes with the bristles.

I love this mascara, its not clumpy or dry. I do apply 3-4 coats, just because I really like a heavy look with the mascara. I got mine in black, which is a really great shade for a heavy look. Also this mascara does not smudge at all. I have a couple of mascaras which smudge, but this one is great. 

Here are the pics:

Have you tried this mascara yet? Let me know in the comments below. Hope you all enjoyed this post. Talk to you soon and have a wonderful day!


*all products were purchased by me with my own money for personal use and review*
*pictures are taken by me please ask permission before using* 


  1. I've heard so much good about this mascara and the packaging is so adorable!! Really great review

    Christina xx

  2. Thats the thing that made my buy this mascara the packaging! Its so magical!


  3. Hiya! I've been wanting to try this mascara for ages - thanks for reminding me! :D

    I tagged you in the 'My First Time' tag! Details are here:

    Emma xx

  4. Let me know what you think about it! And thank you so much for the tag!



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