YSL Vinyl Couture Mascara in 5 I’m The Trouble
So, what do you think of blue mascara?
Does it trigger memories of mullets and unblended fuchsia blush you’ve been trying to suppress for the past 26 years?
If so, I’m sorry. You may leave now, I understand.
But, personally, since I was born in the second half of the 1980’s, at the time I didn’t really have enough hair on my head to get a bad haircut, you know, so for me blue mascara is just something different I’ve always wanted to try, but never actually did – until very recently.
Wearing three coats of the YSL Vinyl Couture Mascara in 5 I’m The Trouble and not much else
Yep, I’m not a colored mascara virgin anymore! Monsieur Saint Laurent managed to seduce me with his new gorgeous Vinyl Couture Mascara in 5 I’m The Trouble (love that name!), a beautifully vibrant cobalt blue.
YSL Vinyl Couture Mascaras have the same cap as my beloved Rouges Pur Couture The Mats
First of all, the tube: it looks and feels luxurious in a very young and fresh way. I usually don’t really care for mascara packaging, and most of the time just stick to drugstore ones (same for eyeliners – they don’t give me that luxe feeling I get with, say, high-end lipsticks), but YSL Vinyl Couture Mascaras are pretty unique in that respect.
More importantly, I’m happy to report that the bright cobalt tint of the YSL Vinyl Couture Mascara in 5 I’m The Trouble shows up even on my black lashes, which I think is rather impressive.
Sadly my lashes are pretty crappy and in picture look even worse than they really are, but in person the impact of the YSL Vinyl Couture Mascara in 5 I’m The Trouble is much greater
I have to admit that I reeeally like it, and it works great for a one-product look, which is exactly what I’ll need over the next few months.
If you’ve ever been to Bologna in the summer, then you’ll know that it gets so hot and humid here that you feel like you don’t even have enough energy for the most basic daily activities, like putting makeup on. Just slapping on some concealer and bronzer, and letting mascara do all the work sounds without a doubt very appealing.
So, to answer my own question – I think colored mascara paired with very minimal makeup definitely makes a fresh and modern summertime look.
I kinda wonder what’s next, though… will I suddenly feel the urge to give myself a mullet?? 😉
What about you? Would you ever wear colored mascara? What shade?
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