Armani Eyes To Kill Excess Mascara

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Hello beauties! I hope all of you are doing well. I'm so glad that I'm able to squeeze in one more quick review before signing off from social media for a few days. 




I have heard so much hype about the Armani Eyes To Kill mascara that I just had to try it out for myself. Who wouldn't want to try a mascara that so many claim to give amazing dramatic lashes? At around $30 I would hope that this mascara would be amazing! When I got this home, I realized that I got the Excess version rather than the original. The Excess has a different shaped brush, and is supposed to be darker with some kind of wax in the mascara. I do wish that I had the original for comparison, but that certainly won't stop me from reviewing.


bare lashes

1 coat

2 coats

3 coats
This mascara builds really nicely. With the first coat, I get long separated lashes and more and more volume as it builds up. As you can see, I kept getting mascara on my eyelids, but that's pretty typical for me. 

I really like this mascara, but I had a negative first impression. The first time I used it I found it to be too clumpy. The next time I tried it, I liked it. I only bring this up because I'm that way with a lot of mascaras. I like it better after it has been opened for a day. Maybe I just like a drier mascara. I don't know. Any of you like that?

Pros:
Builds up really well
Doesn't clump
Length and volume (at the same time!)

Cons:
Expensive

Overall, I really like the Armani Eyes to Kill Excess mascara. I'm not sure if this will be something I repurchase consistently, but I am curious to find out how it compares to the original. Have you tried any of the Armani mascaras? What did you think? 

I'm signing off from the blog for now. Have a merry Christmas! I'll catch up with you next week!
-xoxo Lauren
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