Today’s post is going to be a review of the Zaron Volumizing mascara. Funny how I never knew Zaron was a Nigerian owned brand till recently. I first discovered the brand in Ghana, and then for their first big campaign, they had Yvonne Nelson as the face of the brand, so I actually thought the brand was Ghanaian-owned.
But that’s neither here or there. I’ve been trying to review more products from Nigerian brands, so when I realized this brand was Nigerian owned, I got really excited because they have a wide range of products, more than most other Nigerian brands. Today, I will be reviewing their Volumizing Mascara. I’ve heard a lot of good things about this mascara, so I decided to try it for myself.
It adds volume without making my lashes clumpy, and it adds decent length. The brush head (I’m not sure what the technical term is) is quite large. This is the largest brush head I’ve ever seen on a mascara. It’s great for top lashes – it adds volume and definition. But because of the larger size, it can be messy for bottom lashes.
I don’t mind though. I find that most mascaras are usually either good for one or the other, rarely both. I always make a mess on my lower lashes with regular mascara, so I use the mini/travel sized ones for my bottom lashes.
I love this mascara. The brush head is shaped similarly to that of the Benefit Roller Lash and the Maybelline Lash Sensational, except that it is slightly bigger. I love how it adds both volume and length to the lashes.
I think it is an amazing mascara that lives up to its claims of being volumizing, and I would recommend it.
Price and where to buy: It is available on www.zaron.com.ng for N2450, but I was able to get it for N2050 from my local supermarket.
PPS: My first ever guest post is up on Rare Is Beautiful. It’s a post on my current favourite affordable beauty products. Check it out and let me know what you think.
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