Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Avon Mega Effects Mascara - Review

I received product for review.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.
I don't consider myself a makeup artist but I like to experiment with makeup. I'm continually purchasing cosmetics and comparing brands. When a new cosmetic comes out on the market, I'm excited to try it.

Avon unveiled a completely new approach to mascara application with its newest innovation, Mega Effects Mascara – now available for purchase. The first-of-its-kind Wonderbrush replaces the standard wand with a new multi-dimensional brush that lifts lashes from root to tip in a whole new way. Unlike other mascara wands, it works to fit the curve of your eyes and with a bigger bristle area combs through lashes easily allowing phenomenal clump-free volume and 40% more mascara to be applied to the lash. With Avon’s Mega Effects, eyes look bigger and lashes look darker, denser and more dramatic. Mega Effects is a breakthrough in mascara, creating a complete lash transformation. Avon Mega Effects Mascara is $10 and is now available through Avon representatives and avon.com.
Application for Mega Effects Mascara was different than any other mascara I've previously used. It meets the mark for innovation. Instructions are included on the inside of the packaging and I suggest you read those before first applying the mascara because it's different than others on the market.

To use Avon Mega Effects Mascara, grip at the sides and remove cap. Then rock brush from side to side to pull out. This does take a little bit of muscle because it's planted inside the casing pretty well. To achieve the desired look, bend brush to desired angle and apply from root to tip. When finished, insert applicator until it locks in place.  

Avon Mega Effects Mascara works well on my lashes and provides the volume and coverage I want. It was a little weird at first trying to apply the mascara with the brush because it's something I wasn't used to. After a couple of applications, it's become more of a breeze. The bristles of the brush align with my lashes and feather across them, leaving a nice coating of mascara. Layering on a couple coats at a time, my lashes pop out and are very noticeable just as I like.


Anonymous said...

This looks like a great, unique idea. I would be afraid of poking my eyes out, seriously. Looks like you mastered the art of it (applying it without poking out your eyes, I meant).

she.is.the.one said...

i do not know, what should i think about this mascara... :)

blog she.is.the.one

JenD said...

I can't get over how strange this mascara wand is! Thanks for the review, i am still not sure if I'll try it or just stick to the usual wands o_O

--Jennifer Dysart

Theresa said...

What a crazy looking wand! I am intrigued!

Mer said...

I've been curious as to how/if this actually works ever since seeing this wand. Thanks for the review!