Liz Earle are best known for their famous Cleanse and Polish but earlier this year they launched their Colour range. They have recently expanded that range which includes Foundations, Powders and the Lash Definition Mascara which I was sent to try.
I'm very picky about mascara, first sign of clump and it's going in the bin. Liz Earles Lash Definition is a great day to day mascara it doesn't go clumpy, but still manages to hold a curl.
The texture isn't too wet, but after a month of use it hasn't dried out either. Lash Definition doesn't make a list of ridiculous claims but it does make my lashes look longer, thicker and keeps them curled all day. It can be built up for a more dramatic finish, and I find about 2 coats perfect for me.
This doesn't smudge through the day and stays where you put it until you take it off. My main annoyance with long lasting mascara is that horrible crunchy feeling they can leave on my lashes, which will inevitable lead to me picking it off (yes really!) luckily this doesn't have that effect. You can tell it's there but it doesn't irritate at all.
I really reccommend this mascara, and I will be repurchasing it when this one runs out.
Liz Earle Lash Definition Mascara costs £14.50 and is available online here and at Liz Earle stores and selected John Lewis counters.