First up, how pretty is the rose gold packaging on the new Flormar Triple Action Mascara?
I have to be pathetically honest, this would nearly push me to buy it…don’t tell anyone I said that 🙂
I very luckily got given the new Flormar Triple Action Mascara at the Irish Beauty Show this year. The Flormar stand was mobbed but I managed to squeeze myself in 🙂
The mascara itself has an adjustable plastic wand, which is an interesting concept. In theory, you get three types of mascara in just one tube. The packaging itself is sturdy and easy to manoeuvre. The wand manipulates without too much persuasion. You just twist the top of the lid for your desired shape. According to Flormar it also contains Argan oil to help condition your lashes.
There are three settings.
This is the wand in it’s full capacity.
Here are my lashes before application with no curling.
Then the Triple Action Mascara applied with the lengthening wand.
The setting for the curling spooley is one twist away.
You can see the shape of the wand has more of a twitsted centre.
Again, here are my natural (boring) lashes.
Then the Flormar Triple Action mascara applied with the curling wand.
And the final twist on the top will give you the volume wand. The wand is twisted completely now.
Here are lashes with no product on them.
And here is the Flormar Triple Action Mascara applied with the voluminous adding wand.
I am a die hard waterproof mascara junkie. I have straight and not very long lashes.
For me the Flormar Triple Action Mascara is ok. If I curl my lashes it’s good. It has a wet formula, so you can build up the layers and it doesn’t clump too much. It didn’t flake on me either which is another plus. The changeable wand is a novel idea, and does change the way the mascara applies to your lashes. I think my favourite version of the wand is the lengthening, that gave me the most oomph.
Have you tried it? I’d love to know what you think.
The Flormar Triple Action Mascara can be found in all of the Flormar stockists around the country and you. If you head to their website here, it should have a list of stockists. It will set you back €9.95.