L’Oreal Miss Manga Rock fixed some of the issues I had with it’s older sister Miss Manga (review here). My biggest issues with Miss Manga were the wand (which started to grate on my nerves after a while), the color (not nearly dark enough), and the fact that it flaked. Despite the fact it fixed some of these issues, it’s not on my Gotta Repurchase List. And that’s coming from someone who likes the clumpy, spikey lash look Miss Manga Rock* promises.
I’m warning you now: if you like long, fluttery lashes, you might want to exit this post immediately. It might give you heart palpitations in a bad way.
What you’ll get
Miss Manga Rock promises three things:
The brush guarantees that. I’m pretty sure the differently sized, plastic bristles the secret to the clumps because I’ve used several similar brushes and I’ve never been so close to Twiggy lashes before. The cone shape is excellent for getting all the little lashes at the corner of your eyes to make sure you get that 60s mod look.
Since I had trouble with flaking with Miss Manga, I picked up the waterproof formula of Miss Manga Rock. This was a terrible mistake. It’s been a very long time since I used waterproof mascara and I conveniently forgot how hard it is to take off. You will need a dual acting eye makeup remover to get it completely off painlessly. Everything else will be ineffective. Sweat? No. Tears? Nope. Face wash? Nice try, but no. Oil cleanser? Stop. Just get a dual cleanser. I’m a fan of the one by Neutrogena and Lancome’s tiny gift with purchase samplers that my entire family likes to gift me.
Length and Volume
As you can see, there is volume. There is length. And there are spikes. This mascara is exactly what it says on the tin. I appreciate that. As a result, this isn’t going to be the mascara for everyone.
Are you ready to jump on the clumpy mascara trend? How would you rock it? I’ve been wearing it a lot on the weekends with a super simple, neutral eye and pink-y nude lip.