Victoria Beckham Beauty: Is Future Lash A Tubing Mascara?
Price Category: Luxury
- $30.00 Retail
- Curved, precise wand
- Intense black pigment
- Volumizing at base of lashes
- Flake free
- No smudging or transfer
- Since it is a smaller wand, takes a bit longer to apply and layer
- Thicker formula
- Lashes didn’t look lifted
- Doesn’t separate lashes
- Can clump lashes together
- Lots of product gets pushed to the end of the wand
- Hard to build length
Future Lash from Victoria Beckham Beauty has a long wear, but its lengthening and definition claims don’t hold up. The formula clumps easy and is hard to layer.
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Future Lash from Victoria Beckham Beauty isn’t my favorite mascara.
A good mascara gives you a false lash effect with bold pigment, volume, length, and long wear. At least, that’s what I consider a good mascara. Victoria Beckham Beauty Future Lash sounds promising in terms of pigment, length, and longevity. It sounds like it might be a tubing mascara with its wear claims and easy removal promise. Ultimately, Future Lash didn’t live up to its promises or my expectations. This isn’t the worst mascara I’ve ever used, but it also isn’t the best. Let’s dive in.
Quick Rating Rundown
:Victoria Beckham Future Lash Mascara
Volume, Length, Define, Lift
Promises vs. Performance: Future Lash Mascara is long wearing, but what else?
Future Lash claims longer, lifted lashes that over time become stronger and silkier. Victoria Beckham Beauty promises a long wearing formula that is smudge proof, flake proof, humidity proof, and sweat proof. Then, when it’s time to remove, Future Lash promises an easy removal that doesn’t need cotton pads or remover, just warm water.
I have things I like about this mascara, but there are more things I don’t like about it. I have no complaints in terms of longevity: there was no flaking. My issues are with the application. While I do like and appreciate the tiny, precise wand and how the curve hugs your lashes well. But, the tiny wand is very susceptible to clumping. The bristles are shorter and a lot of excess product gets stuck at the bottom of the wand. Because of this, the formula does give good volume at the base of the lashes, but it is also easy to clump lashes together. It’s hard to build length and definition and takes a bit of time and precision to apply.
How Future Lash Mascara Compares: If I had to choose, I’d pick Lash Idole.
I will give Future Lash props in terms of longevity. The formula wears with no flaking, smudging, and transfer. But, it falls short with application. Because the wand is so tiny, it takes time to build up the formula and get that length and definition promised. The wand also gets a lot of product stuck and, in turn, can clump lashes together.
If I was made to choose between Victoria Beckham Future Lash and Lancome Lash Idole, I’d choose Lancome’s mascara any day. Lash Idole gives me the volumized, lengthened, defined lashes I want while keeping my lashes curled all day long. It is long wearing, with no flaking, smudging, or transfer. I get the false lash effect I want and can make my lashes look more natural or dramatic depending on the look I’m going for.
Milabu Beauty Method: Tips for Victoria Beckham Beauty Future Lash Mascara.
When applying this mascara, make sure to wipe off the excess product that gets stuck at the end of the wand. This will prevent lashes from clumping as much. It’s also best to work in sections. Think of your lashes in three: outer corner, middle, and inner corner. Work in each section to evenly coat and define lashes, working the wand from root to tip.
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Victoria Beckham Future Lash Mascara
Edited by Maddie