So it turns out I got the wrong Lash Princess everyone’s been raving about in the beauty community. I saw the iconic packaging and picked up the first one I saw, so instead of getting the green version, I purchased the purple. I paid just under $7 AUD, so I’m okay with my mascara mix up, and apparently all the Lash Princesses are amazing anyway – so here’s my review on the Sculpted Volume!
The mascara comes in black curvy packaging, and has some raise silicon lines swirled along the cap. It is pretty bulky for a mascara, but that isn’t a deal-breaker for me.
The wand reminds me of the Maybelline Lash Sensation with its slightly curved brush head. And while I loved my Maybelline one, I found this one wasn’t as exciting as I hoped it would be, especially considering the hype the brand receives from this range.
The first time I tried the mascara, I found it to be very clumpy and gave me some serious spider lashes. I attempted to fix the clumps by running the wand through the lashes, but this only seemed to make it worse.
Fast forward a few days, I tried the mascara again and discovered if I made sure most of the mascara was off the wand, it didn’t clump up and gave me nice long lashes with a little bit of volume. So whether you want thick, clumpy lashes or long, natural ones, this mascara can work for both camps – you just have to experiment with the applicator and amount of mascara on the wand.
Which Lash Princess is your favourite? Is there enough difference between the green, purple and orange that it’s worth testing another version? Let me know in the comments below!