Glossier Lash Slick Review + Haul

Glossier released its newest product—Lash Slick, an uber lengthening mascara. I knew I wanted to scoop this up as soon as it was released and it was an easy excuse to restock on some old favorites as well as try a couple of new ones.

Before I get to my Glossier Lash Slick review, here’s what I got during my May haul:

Boy Brow and Haloscope Duo: I use both of these almost daily and I was near empty on my tube of Haloscope (which actually lasted quite a long time, almost two years). I figured it wouldn’t hurt to stock up on Boy Brow since I usually replenish every 3 months or so.

Lidstar in Fawn: Up until this haul, I had every shade of Lidstar except Fawn. This shade looked eerily similar to my Laura Mercier Caviar Stick in Amethyst but once I swatched it, I realized how vastly different it is.  Fawn is described as a cool, smoky taupe with violet and gold pearls but on my lids it looks like a shimmery gray. I love it! Paired with Lily, I can create a creamy smoky eye look.

Glossier You Perfume Solid: I had tried samples of Glossier You in previous orders but I’m not quite ready to splurge on the bottle. I’m traveling three times over the next three weeks and I figured this would be the perfect product to travel with.

If you’re new to Glossier, I highly recommend you check out my rankings post so you can see just how much I love some of their products.

Now, on to Glossier Lash Slick.

I haven’t ventured to try a new tube of mascara in months—I’ve been devoted to L’Oreal Voluminous Lash Paradise. I wasn’t expecting any volume (and there wasn’t any), but I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of lift this wand gave my lashes. I didn’t use an eyelash curler prior to taking the selfie in this post. The wand is a tapered brush that easily separates my lashes while coating them with a carbon black formula.

As someone who once had lash extensions, this is definitely a much cheaper and less time consuming shortcut. Without mascara, my lashes look thin, short and puny. Lash Slick solves for two of my three problems. While I wouldn’t say this tube transforms into a “dramatic” look, I can’t deny how beautifully natural my lashes look.

I also tried cocktailing this with my Too Faced drugstore dupe and this immensely helped with defining each and every lash prior to applying another tube to help thicken my lashes. This will definitely be my go-to mascara for those no-makeup “makeup” days.

Glossier Lash Slick is also water resistant, meaning, it’s not waterproof (not a fan of waterproof mascara anyways) but will stay in place whether it be watery eyes, sweat or tears. As a contact lens wearer, I often deal with watery eyes so this was extremely refreshing.

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The fine print: Glossier Lash Slick is cruelty free, paraben free, fragrance free, hypoallergenic, and suitable for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers.

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