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It’s Friday! And it’s also a three-day weekend in which I hope you all enjoy it and take the much needed time off to relax, volunteer, and do some good and fun out there! Mascara is one of the things that I personally will spend a good penny on. With so many out there in the market, I’ve found my holy grail and love it but Urban Decay’s new Troublemaker Mascara might take it’s place!

Troublemaker Mascara delivers empowerment in a tube with 13.7x the lash volume, and a sexy, fluttery, intensely black fringe. This failsafe formula gives you perfect lashes every time. It volumizes and lengthens as it separates, while our custom brush grabs onto lashes, curling as it coats. We loaded up this mascara with insane benefits—for thicker, impossibly long, perfectly fanned-out lashes.

We wanted a mascara to outlast even the most scandalous nights. Your new go-to mascara, Troublemaker holds up in hot and heavy situations and still looks good in the morning. We tested it ourselves, and it lasted through saunas, snowboarding and sex! Our formula layers beautifully without clumping, so pile on as many coats as you want. The more Trouble, the better.

Troublemaker Mascara comes in a double-walled, faceted tube with a prismatic finish—it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen! And wait until you try our killer custom brush. So many brushes are “off the shelf,” but we designed this one ourselves. We wanted it to comb and separate lashes to make it look like you have more of them! Tiny precision hooks grab lashes to pull the product through-for an instant lash multiplying effect. The brush actually fans out lashes as it coats them, separating and curling each lash while laying down the perfect amount of mascara. And it’s designed to reach even tiny inner-corner lashes, no matter which way you hold it.

The shade is in black and it will cost you $24.00 and should be hitting Sephora stores really soon and online as well at Urban Decay!

I really like how the brush looks and hope that it does do everything it is claiming to do! To me, a good mascara is one that you only need 2 full coats and it does everything it says it does and lasts. The brush is definitely innovative and wish that they have brush samples at Sephora for it because if the formula is amazing but the brush isn’t then I’m going to be sad, but if they both work amazingly on my lashes, which by the way are stubborn and straight and must have waterproof mascara in order to appear decent and curled, then I’ll have two mascaras that will forever take my money!

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