When it comes to lashes, bigger is always better. And if you’re on the hunt for a wand that works double duty when it comes to lengthening and volumizing, you’re in luck. Pacifica just created a totally customizable mascara for your best lashes yet!
We use mascara every day, yet somehow, we haven’t quite found the perfect formula. While some mascaras give our lashes incredible length but slack on the volume (and vice versa), sometimes it’s as simple as wanting to change up our look. One mascara might be great for achieving the thick spider lashes we wanted yesterday, but when we’re going for a more fanned-out lash effect we have to invest in a whole new mascara — until now.
Pacifica’s Dream Big Mascara is basically lash goals (no matter what that means to you). The adjustable wand lets you twist the cap for a longer wand that’s perfect for adding length with the help of natural plant fibers.
If it’s more volume you’re after, twist the brush so it adjusts to the shorter size to make thickening your lashes easier. Or, just apply a coat of each for a falsie effect that helps to condition your natural lashes to help lengthen them over time.
Not to mention, it achieves all of this while still being vegan and cruelty-free. Since Pacifica only uses natural ingredients, it’s less likely to irritate anyone with sensitive eyes, and you can layer on coat after coat knowing that it wasn’t tested on animals.
Watch the magical wand in action:
Loving #PacificaMuse Rhian @wifelife #Sneakpeek of our #new #DreamBig mascara! Our innovative mascara wand works double duty layering volume over length with just the one product! Twist the handle and the bristles move apart for separation and length then move together for volume and build. It lasts ALL DAY and is 💣 #PacificaBeauty #crueltyfreebeauty #veganmascara #repost This week only ALL #AwardWinning mascaras are #BuyOneGetOneHalfOff Offer ends 1/26 at 11:59 PST
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What do you think of Pacifica’s newest launch? Will you give the mascara a try?