My Everyday Spring Look featuring Rimmel Volume Shake Mascara
Hope you’re all having a good day?
Today I’m working with Rimmel to talk to you all about the new Volume Shake mascara. This is the first ever mascara to feature a patented shaker system, which essentially makes it last way longer than any other mascara. Intrigued? I was too! 😉
I had never seen anything like this on the market before so was super excited to give this a go and see if it actually works. I constantly go through mascaras every few weeks as they dry out and become so clumpy that I can’t even use them any more.
What initially really interested me at first was that that the ‘best before’ after opening is 12 months. That is a long time when you think about it. Most mascaras I own would say 6 months max!
The shaker system in Rimmel’s Volume Shake refreshes the formula of the mascara when it’s needed. The formula stays fresh and clump free – how amazing?!
Mascara has to be one of my key everyday make up products. Whether I’m having a casual day or going all out glam, I just have to wear mascara. It opens up the eyes and I just feel more like myself. In the picture above, I’m wearing the Volume Shake mascara and I think it’s quite clear how much it has volumised my lashes. This is the kind of make up I’d wear most days. It’s quite simple and natural: nude lippie, a pop of blush, two coats of mascara and I’m ready to take on the day.
I find this lives up to its ‘clump free’ promise. It really separates and defines the lashes, while still adding that bit of volume, which I adore. The brush is quite easy to use, it gets into the corners and doesn’t make a mess when applying either (hallelujah!).
And for €10.95, it’s a steal. I will keep you updated as to how I get on with the shaker system over the next few months but it’s looking good so far, I think this may be my new game-changing mascara!
Have you tried this yet? Let me know what you think.
Rimmel Volume Shake mascara is available in all leading pharmacies and grocery stores nationwide.
You can see more here.