Best Mascaras To Make Short Lashes Look Longer

Best Mascaras To Make Short Lashes Look Longer. Somewhere between the years 3500 to 2500 B.C.E, Egyptian women – and men- used a combination of oil and a black powder called kohl to coat their lashes in a dark, rich pigment to help protect them from the sun.

Roughly 5,500 years later, and we now have sunglasses to shield our eyes and a whole range of mascaras that do more than block out the sun.

And yet, despite the product’s remarkable evolution, it feels impossible to find a mascara that can turn short, struggling lashes into the best version of themselves without a single flake or smudge.

I’ve found a few that can make your short lashes look longer and fuller.


Revlon Volumazing Mascara €10.45



The fluffy, no-nonsense wand is the only reason I love this mascara – the formula is loaded with wavy lash-boosting filaments for your most liftedand volumised look yet.


Beauty Bakerie Eyelash Icing Waterproof Mascara €15.75



For an even coat of pigment from your inner to outer corners, you need this mascara. The formula is waterproof and the wand has a lash-hugging hourglass shape to cover every single lash in one swipe.


Estee Lauder Double Wear Zero Smudge Mascara €27.00



Estee Lauder’s ‘smudge-shield’ formula uses special polymers that lock the formula onto your lashes and prevents smudges even through your sweatiest workout. The spiral shaped wand fans out and separates your lashes for a look that’s both dramatically flared and yet somehow natural.


Benefit BADgal BANG! Volumising Mascara €27.00



The last thing a short-lashed person wants is a thick formula that weighs your lashes down. This formula from Benefit is packed with weightless aeroparticles and promises to be so lightweight that you can pack on layers and layers without flaking, smudging or drooping.


JLOXINGLOT Viva Las Lashes Mascara €22.00



With the tiniest of bristles, this mascara grips and coats even your smallest of lashes to give you insanely separated and fuller looking lashes.

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