Makeup Revolution’s Good Vibes Blow Out Volume Lash Primer review with photos

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  • Manufacturer: Makeup Revolution
  • Availability: available at drugstores, all-in-one stores (Fred Meyer, Kohl's, Target, et cetera), etailers
  • Description: white
  • Cost/Amount: USD$8.00 per 0.0483 ml / 0.0017 oz tube
  • Would you purchase again: no
Makeup Revolution’s Good Vibes Blow Out Volume Lash Primer

I’ve tried only one other lash product from Makeup Revolution, and it was not a winner with me because it was a “waterproof” mascara that was not very waterproof. (It also flaked like a beast.) This primer…well, it says that it aims to add volume. It did that - and did so without aggressively clumping the lashes together. But I didn’t feel like it helped me with my primary objective, which was “helping colored mascaras adhere to my lashes and show up better.” It applied well, it didn’t have a whole lot of clumping - that’s to the good. I do feel like they give my lashes fairly good definition. And during my first day that I wore it for four hours on its own, I didn’t notice it flaking away. However, the next day, when I applied a new coat to clean lashes and then applied a colored mascara, I didn’t notice that mascara applying more easily - or evenly - to the primed lashes.

Photos that show how the product actually performs...! See how I create my swatches

Lashes with one coat of lash primer, viewed from beneath. Lashes with one coat of lash primer, viewed face-on. The mascara tube with the applicator laying across the tube mouth, to show the brush detail and relative size. The brush applicator is longer, not overly tapered, and has bristles helixed around the core like many other lash wands. The applicator-wand for Makeup Revolution's Good Vibes Blow Out Volume Lash Primer.

This is also one of the least “good values” from budget-beauty line Revolution Beauty. Look at the price versus the amount of product! That works out to USD$4,705.88 per ounce, which is ludicrous. I don’t know if that’s a typo on the quantity, but…that cost per ounce is absurd. I know that this has cannabis sativa as one of its ingredients, but…does that stuff really cost that much, for something that’s largely a gimmick-ingredient when it comes to makeup? I tend to think not.

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