Milk Makeup KUSH High Volume Mascara

February 18, 2019 | Beauty, Milk Makeup | 12 Comments »

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Milk Makeup KUSH High Volume Mascara

Milk Makeup KUSH High Volume Mascara

Milk Makeup KUSH High Volume Mascara

Milk Makeup KUSH High Volume Mascara

I’ve talked about CBD infused products around here quite a bit. I plan to share even more of my favorite products in the future. Right now it’s just not a priority. But I still test new products to see what works and to get a feel for what I like. When I first heard about the Milk Makeup KUSH High Volume Mascara I admit I was really confused. I get why CBD works in the form of edibles or even skin care, but what’s the point in adding it into a mascara? I waited for someone to mention it in a review so that I would know that it wasn’t just a gimmick. Unfortunately no one even mentioned it. At least none of the reviews I had read/watched. I eventually forgot all about it and moved on.

When I went to purchase my Natasha Denona Mini Lila Eyeshadow Palette I saw that Sephora had the Milk Makeup KUSH High Volume Mascara as a reward. I hesitated briefly before finally caving and opting for the sample. I figured this was the best way to try it. After all it’s just 100 points.

So what is the point in formulating this mascara with cannabis? Well, as it turns out there is a reason behind it. They wanted to create a vegan volumizing mascara with fibers and since beeswax (a common binding component in mascara formulas) isn’t vegan, they turned to cannabis seed oil. They claim the cannabis oil fuses heart shaped fibers to your lashes without fallout. The creamy texture allows for smoother application while providing additional conditioning. This makes sense and sounds pretty awesome.

I don’t have a lot of experience with those fiber type mascaras. I find most of them to look really spidery so I keep my distance. But I just had to try this mascara. The wand is a little tricky to work with. The brush is very thick and sort of bulky, but a lot of those volumizing mascaras kind of are. It didn’t pick up too much or too little product. And I’ve used this mascara a few times and get the same results every time. I really love how it applied. Once you get the hang of the wand application is pretty easy. I wouldn’t say it was crazy volumizing, but it did make a difference. It also lengthened my lashes quite a bit and they even held a curl. You can see what I mean in the photo below.

Milk Makeup KUSH High Volume Mascara

I’m not the best at photographing my lashes. I’ve been doing this for years and I still have a difficult time getting a decent lash shot. I’ll just add this to my list of things to work on this year.

Overall, I’d have to say that I really like it a lot. I can’t say that I love it, but it did surprise me. I love how it made my lashes look. I didn’t experience any fallout just like they claimed. The wand is a bit tricky and takes some getting used to. The biggest con for me is that the removal is a bit of a workout. Which is odd since they claim a tug-free removal. There was definitely a lot of tugging going on and my sensitive eyes did not like that one bit. I’m not sure if it’s something I will purchase a full size of. I’ll finish it up and revisit during my next empties post.

Have you tried the Milk Makeup KUSH High Volume Mascara? What mascara are you loving at the moment?


Product: Milk Makeup KUSH High Volume Mascara
Price: $24.00


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