Monday, 16 October 2017

Urban Decay Troublemaker Mascara

When Urban Decay announced their new mascara Troublemaker was ‘sex-proof, my entire timeline on social media got very excited and whilst I am not quite willing to admit anything to state whether those claims are true or not, I do love a good mascara and it is always the one item of makeup that I never leave the house without.
Urban Decay Troublemaker Mascara

Urban Decay Troublemaker Mascara
Urban Decay Troublemaker Mascara
I am quite set in my ways when it comes to a mascara, there are things I like and there are things I don't.  I have fairly long lashes and as such, if the formula is too wet, they do absolute nothing, there is no lift, no wide eye look and instead, they feel weighted down and generally just horrid.  I like a Mascara to give me volume as well as the length and I like every lash to be coated.

The packaging for this mascara is incredible, described as being prismatic it is the first thing you notice and that same effect is also present on the tube and it does look incredible. Noted on the box you see that it tells you that you will get 13.7x more lash volume and sexy, fluttery, intensely black lashes.  The formula uses two different types of black pigment which give that black intensity and it is infused with a combination of hollow silica and ultralight fibres which add volume without weighing the lashes down.

The custom-made brush which grabs onto the lashes, separates and curls as it coats them and the good things about this mascara is that you can layer it up as much as you feel you need too, the more layers means more trouble and best all - no spiders legs, no clumping and no spatter across the face when you blink, I am sure I am not the only person who always has to blink more than normal whenever I apply mascara.  For me to get the volume I wanted, I had to add three layers and I am really impressed with the difference it makes by adding further coats.  Once applied there is no smudging, budging or flaking and I applied Troublemaker to my lashes in the morning and it lasted all day at work and then onto an event after work I didn't need to re-apply, but I was asked on several occasions whether or not I had lash extensions, which I do not.

Given Troublemaker worked so well with my lashes, I wasn't expecting its removal to be as straightforward as it was.  I simply used my DHC Cleansing Oil and it came away without the need to rub or scrub, literally a wipe across both eyes with a cotton wool pad and it was gone.

Simply put I absolutely love this mascara and it does absolutely everything I want it to and much more.


Troublemaker costs £19.50 and is available to buy here.



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27 comments:

  1. I love that you can build it up! Usually I just do one coat as I hate when my lashes feel heavy and look like spiders legs but this doesn't happen at all!

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  2. The packaging of this is just dreamy xx

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  3. This is more one for length for me, I do love how I haven't gotten mascara on my eye lid once!!

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  4. Wow this sounds like an amazing mascara. I will have to give it a try. Tx

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  5. My eyelashes are something I take great pride in (is that weird?) so this should like the perfect mascara for me! Everything about it sounds like it was made for me and my lashes!

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  6. What a fab name for a mascara! Sounds like it's really good too.

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  7. Sounds like a fab product - my mascara always runs when I'm hot and sweaty. Haha!

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  8. I am such a perfectionist with my mascara lol. So this sounds like a good option that you can build up in layers x

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  9. I love urban decay and I definitely like the sound of this mascara. I think its great that it lasted al, day for u and was easy to remove too.

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  10. I’m loving that packaging x

    www.ofbeautyandnothingness.co.uk

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  11. I'm really fussy when it comes to mascara as well. It takes a lot to make me change ... I've been using the same brand since I was a teenager. Do they do a waterproof version?

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  12. I have heard mixed things about this one, I’m excited to try it for myself xxxxx

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  13. I've seen so many people love this one, I really want to try it - the bottle is beautiful!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  14. I was in Debenhams this weekend looking at this mascara. I’m tempted but don’t need a new one just yet! X

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  15. I am very funny when it comes to mascaras, this is the only product I don't like experimanting with. It sounds like a great choice but I will stick with my first choice Hypn├┤se

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  16. I need some new mascara and this look brilliant

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  17. I have seen so many people trialing this! I wonder how good it actually would be on my lashes. The pictures I have seen show it quite clumpy
    elle x
    www.abloggersbeauty.com

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  18. I will definitely try this one, I might buy the little one to try first then get the full size if I like it xxx

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  19. The packaging is so beautiful and it sounds great! Need to try it out!
    Chantelle x
    The Girl In The Tartan Scarf

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  20. I love that it is easy to remove, that is one of my pet hates! Must try this x

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  21. This mascara looks ace and so glad you did this review as I am in need go getting a new one and find personal recommendations better than anything else

    Laura x

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  22. I love the packaging, admittedly I have yet to try mine yet...whoops!

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  23. Oo this sounds amazing! I hate mascara that feels wet or looks clumpy so this sounds perfect for me. The packaging is stunning too.

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  24. I adore the packaging of this! I’ve used this a few times but I’m still unsure how I feel about it x

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