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liveluvlife23
What's a nice, but not too expensive, mascara that conditions your lashes?
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oliviabt
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@Liveluvlife23, With Tarte’s Lights, Camera, Lashes!, you get a mascara that lengthens, curls, increases volume and conditions lashes for less than $20!

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laurenh88
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Have you tried Peter Thomas Roth conditioner?

Glosoli
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It's not inexpensive (usually) but it's good.

 

Right now you can purchase DiorShow Extase mascara (full size) and get a travel size of DiorShow blackout and DiorShow lash conditioning serum with it. It's a great way to get 2 high end mascaras and a conditioning serum in a convenient size for the price of one high end mascara. I find that the travel sizes are more convenient, go on better, and last about the same length of time (as far as prime usability is concerned) as a full size.

 

You could also just condition your lashes with olive, almond or castor oil before bed. I think it's a much more worthwhile option than trying to find a 2 -in-1 mascara/conditioner that actually works. That's like conditioning nail polish, or 2-in-1 shampoo, how well do those products ever work? It's the most inexpensive option, and probably the most beneficial too! :smileyhappy:

jweave36
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Sephora acturally just came out with one I forgot the name but it conditions and helps to strenghten and volumize lashes overtime. Similar to CARGO'S lash activator thats $35, sephora is $17

asarahallen3
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I actually just bought a MAC mascara, and it works very nicely for me. A while ago I used Lancome and that was probably the best I've ever used.

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