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Best Multi-tasking Mascaras

Posted on: December 8, 2011

If you need a mascara that adds volume, defines lashes, curls and separates – or a combination of all of these – you’re in luck. The following products are some of the best multi-tasking mascaras I’ve found, in a range of prices to fit any budget.

Urban Decay Skyscraper Multi-Benefit Mascara

Arguably the gold standard when it comes to multi-tasking mascaras, this version from Urban Decay offers six different benefits to lashes, including lengthening, strengthening, separating, curling, brightening and thickening even the wimpiest lashes. Plus, the formula helps condition and moisturize so you don’t end up with stiff-as-a-board lashes.

($20, Sephora)

CoverGirl Professional All In One Curved Mascara

For a drugstore mascara, CoverGirl Professional All In One does a pretty decent job at defining and lengthening lashes. The unique curved brush also helps curl lashes for a wide awake, refreshed look every time you use it. Available in four shades.

($5, Drugstores)

LORAC Visual Effects Mascara

If you’re on the hunt for a mascara that curls, separates and lengthens lashes all in one fell swoop, look no farther than this gem from LORAC. The unique comb-like brush helps separate and define lashes, while the naturally plant derived ingredients help fortify and protect lashes without leaving them stiff like other conventional mascaras can.

($20, Beauty.com)

Rimmel Extra Super Lash Mascara

There are a lot of budget-friendly mascaras out there, but Rimmel Extra Super Lash seems to be one of the best in the price range. Not only does this mascara build wimpy lashes from thin to thick in just two coats, but it also works to separate and define each and every lash. What you get is a gorgeous lash look every single time. For the price, it can’t be beat!

($4, Drugstores)

Which multi-tasking mascara is your favorite?

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