18 August 2017

It's A Long Story by Arbonne

Arbonne It's a Long Story mascara review, UK beauty blogs

If I had to choose a product to take with me on a deserted island it would have to be mascara. I think eyelashes make a huge difference to the makeup look, so for me mascara is one of the most important products in your makeup bag. Along with foundation, these two are always worth splurging on if the effects are meeting and exceeding expectations.

I was introduce to Arbonne by Rachel Montague-Ebbs (check out her Instagram here!) and she kindly sent me this mascara along with a few skincare goodies to sample and get familiar with the brand. I was really excited to trial the mascara because it's such a favourite product of mine.

Arbonne It's a Long Story mascara review, UK beauty blogs

It's A Long Story mascara promises to create the look of longer and fuller lashes, whilst keeping lashes in great shape with the added vitamins and extracts like bamboo and pea which condition the lashes. I loved the look of the mascara - it comes in a tube which is handy to stand on your dressing table; and the bristles on the brushes really help separate your lashes to make sure all of them are coated.
I've been using the mascara for over a month now and I'm really happy with the results - my eyelashes have grown back stronger after I picked some of them to get rid of eyelash extensions, and the mascara delivers as promised! One coat will give you gorgeous longer looking lashes for everyday wear, or you can layer it for a more dramatic night time look.

£30 is quite a lot for me to spend on mascara, but the quality of the product lived up to the price - I haven't been disappointed once in the mascara. I think if the product does exactly as promised, it's worth the price - I always buy Dior Nude foundation because I love it, but my bank account doesn't...

What do you think? How much are you willing to spend on makeup and are there products which you would splurge on vs bargain products?
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