Cargo Triple Action Mascara
Ditch the eyelash curler! Cargo 3: Triple Action Mascara thickens, lengthens and curls all in one. Cargo’s revolutionary mascara has innovative styling polymers that create a flexible film around your lashes for a sky-high curl. Rich, jet-black pigments create a dramatic effect and a long-wearing formula ensures that the mascara won’t smudge or fade throughout the day. Eleven essential amino acids fortifies the lashes for optimum health, moisturising and conditioning and vitamin E helps the skin to fight the damaging effects of the environment while providing moisture. For instant volume, apply one coat to the lashes beginning very close to their root and moving the brush through to the tips. For extreme volume, continue to apply additional coats as desired.
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What we say:
I was excited to try this mascara from Cargo, as it promises three benefits: length, volume and curl. As my eyelashes are quite dense, I usually opt for a lengthening mascara to exaggerate them, as the tips are light in colour and “get lost” on my face. I have been using the product for a couple of weeks now and have been very happy with the overall results.
Firstly, the lengthening benefit is definitely there. The product coats the lengths of my lashes perfectly from root to tip, and the fine, light ends of the hairs look long and full. I can also say that the mascara adds a bit of volume. I don’t usually struggle in this department, but the product made my lashes look even fuller than they usually are. I can’t, unfortunately, report that the mascara had a curling effect on my lashes. Two out of three is a good place to start as the volume and length together don’t really need additional curl.
My only criticism is that I find the product quite difficult to remove. I use a waterproof eye make-up remover, but even after using that I still end up with mini “panda eyes” in the morning. One thing is for sure – it is ultra long-lasting and certainly won’t flake off by the end of the day!
– Anien, BSA Content Editor