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If you’ve always wanted lashes long enough to reach the gods, TikTok has you covered. Users on the platform recently discovered Maybelline’s newly-released Lash Sensational Sky High Mascara — and this formula is truly outrageous.
Notably, the mascara is incredibly buildable, meaning you can add multiple coats to achieve longer, thicker lashes without clumping, resulting in separated, defined and seriously-lengthened lashes that rival falsies.
TikTok user and Maybelline partner Jess, who posts under the user name @jessica.c.eid, was one of the first TikTokers to test the mascara in a video Dec. 17. Her truly incredible results quickly caught the attention of other users on the platform, leading many to buy the mascara for themselves.
“It, like, thickens them and lengthens them,” Jess says in her video. “I love this mascara.”
Jess’s video sparked the curiosity of TikTok user Kimberley Spader, who posts under the username @kspader79. Spader quickly bought the mascara and tested it in a video posted on Dec. 26.
“Where did those lashes come from?! Are you serious right now?” Spader says after applying three coats of the product. Her video gained 5.5 million likes in just a few weeks and is arguably the reason why the mascara hasn’t been in stock since Christmas.
But now the wonder-product is available at several retailers — but likely not for long, due to its viral popularity. At under $10 at most retailers, the mascara is super affordable and has TikTok users’ approval, a.k.a. the ultimate beauty critics.
If your lashes need a little lovin’, Maybelline’s Lash Sensational Sky High Mascara will send them to the heavens.
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