Friday, 5 February 2016

The New Mascara That You Will Throw Away Your Falsies For!


It’s the mascara everyone is talking about! Smashbox’s new X-Rated mascara is already gracing the lashes of some of our favourite MUAs and although it might not be available on UK shores yet, we’ve got the lowdown on why it’s so great so you can be ready to snap it up as soon as it is!

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Already sold out on Smashbox’s website in the US, the mascara only launched last month as part of the brand’s Spring 2016 collection, so expect a similar demand here.

Described as buildable mascara, you can go from dramatic lashes to ‘obscene’ voluptuous lashes in an instant! Trust us, the more coats you apply, you really notice a big difference in volume. Wave goodbye to your falsies!

@makeupshayla

"In the photo studio, we need to create different levels of drama without removing all the makeup and starting again” described Smashbox’s global pro lead artist, Lori Taylor Davis, “With X-Rated, I can go from a classic everyday lash look to over-the-top volume in just a few layers."

Not only will your lashes looks so thick and voluminous but the mascara is also long-wearing so you don’t have to worry about it wearing off throughout the day. It also promises to be clump, flake and smudge free – perfect!


The one thing we always suggest to look at when buying a new mascara is the wand and brush. The X-Rated unique brush features a tripod design with three rows of bristles, which are meant to isolate, magnify and coat every single lash.


Can we also talk about that fab packaging?! Who wants a boring round tube when you can now have a twisted one, we’re suckers for cool packaging!

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Check out this video for a mini tutorial on how best to use the tutorial as well as some more insight as to why it's a must-have mascara! 


Have you tried the X-Rated Mascara? Let us know your thoughts down below or tag us in your pics on Instagram using @blusho
Of course we will keep you bombshells updated as to when you will be able to get your hands on it in the UK. 


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