Dramatic Definition


Hello everybody! I mentioned in yesterday’s post that I had been to Ulta but I didn’t quite get into what I purchased.

That’s because today, I’m going to review a new mascara from Revlon. I picked this up because I kept seeing ads for this new line everywhere. The type I bought is the Dramatic Definition mascara so if you’re interested, you’ve come to the right place.

I will admit right off the bat that the reason why I picked this one out of the five, is because the purple did catch my eye. I’m sorry, I couldn’t help it. But you must know that the “dramatic definition” intrigued me as well.

I usually go for “volume” type mascaras because I have lengthy lashes as it is. So I thought, why not try out something different and see how it helps me.

Here are my lashes without anything on them.

As you can see, my lashes are lengthy on their own, I wasn’t kidding around. Next up, I’ll show you what the wand looks like for the mascara. I will admit that I wasn’t very impressed.


To me, this doesn’t look like it would separate and define my lashes as well as it claims, but I gave it the benefit of the doubt and tried it out anyway. These next pics are me with one eye with mascara on it.

The eye on the left has the mascara. You can tell by the comparison to my other eye that this mascara actually works really well. One eye is clearly more defined than the other. Who would have thought that ordinary looking wand would do a great job.

These pics are with both eyes having mascara on them. I’m actually pretty happy with the results. Not completely, I wish I had gone for the mascara with volume, but that’s my personal preference to be honest.

My lashes do look pretty damn good with this product though, I like the dramatic definition more than I thought I would. What do you guys think? Would you want to try this one out? Or do the other ones sound better?

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With love,



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