7 Great Mascaras Worth Trying
7 Great Mascaras Worth Trying

7 Great Mascaras Worth Trying

The beauty industry is always innovating and, if you're in the mood to try something new, these latest mascara formulas have really impressed us…
By Eleanor Magill & Sapna Rao

All products on this page have been selected by our editorial team, however we may make commission on some products.


Wonder’Bond Bonding Serum Mascara, £11.99 | Rimmel

Most people’s first mascara came from Rimmel, and its original formulas are still solid. But the brand’s new Wonder’Bond Bonding Serum Mascara is a multi-functioning hero: not only does it lift, lengthen and nourish the lashes thanks to its biotin bonding complex, the vitamin-loaded formula helps to promote healthy lash growth and doesn’t dry your lashes out while it’s on. The precision wand also allows you to get to all those little hairs for a properly fanned-out look.

Available at Boots.com


MACStack Mascara / Lovestruck Luck, £27 | M•A•C

If you need a bit of help in the volume department, this could be your new favourite. Designed with shorter and lower-set eyelashes in mind, M·A·C’s latest mascara has a buildable and workable formula for ample volume and lift. Even better, it’s clump-resistant.

Available at MACCosmetics.co.uk


Kitten Lash Mascara, £29 | Lisa Eldridge Beauty

If you’re someone who hates the feeling of heavy eye make-up, then Lisa Eldridge’s Beauty Kitten Lash Mascara is one for you. The vegan and cruelty-free formula delivers soft and bouncy lashes without that clumpy feeling – plus, the applicator has micro-bristles that coat every lash to define and separate.

Available at Selfridges.com


Lash Sculpt, £20 | REFY Beauty

Refy might be known for its brow products, but it's got lashes down, too. The curved applicator on this mascara wand is designed to sit close to the natural lash line for maximum colour, lift and curl. Users have even likened it to having a lash lift. It won’t smudge or budge, either.

Available at REFYBeauty.com


Volume Million Lashes Balm Noir, £11.99 | L'Oreal Paris

You can always trust L’Oréal Paris to do a good mascara. If you’re a fan of the brand’s Volume Million mascara, this new formula promises to remedy brittle lashes with all the volume benefits of the original. It’s infused with a moisturising balm which acts like a leave-in conditioner. It’s also hypoallergenic.

Available at Boots.com


Legit Lashes Mascara, £28 | Huda Beauty

After extensions or false lashes, it can be hard going back to just mascara. Luckily, Huda Katan – false lash fan and founder of Huda Beauty – has crafted a mascara that will make the break-up from falsies a little less painful. For her first ever mascara, she opted for a dual-ended and dual-formula product: the curved side offers length and curl and the other is jam-packed with volume.

Available at Boots.com


High-Key Volume Mascara, £12 | Beauty Bay

If you like a sturdy brush, Beauty Bay’s volumising mascara is just the ticket. The core of the brush is robust, allowing for precise application, while the finely pronged bristles ensure maximum length, lift and separation. Plus, it’s enriched with rice bran – a protein-rich ingredient which can help promote hair growth.

Available at BeautyBay.com

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