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Battle of the L'Oreal Mascaras

L'Oreal Sculpt False Lash and Flutter False Lash
L'Oreal have really upped their game this year when it comes to their mascaras. In fact, I would even go as far as to say that the L'Oreal mascaras are better than most high-end ones on the market. This year saw the introduction of L'Oreal's sculpt range, which included their False Lash Sculpt mascara. The False Lash Sculpt mascara was a hit and every beauty blogger was mentioning it within their favourites and vouching it to be the best mascara on the market to date. When I bought the mascara, I too was blown away. Recently, after watching Malin from Love Island's makeup tutorial's, I was then introduced to L'Oreal's False Lash Flutter mascara. Yes, if anyone else has been lusting over her beautiful lashes, the L'Oreal False Lash Flutter mascara is what she uses. I really couldn't see how a mascara could be any better than their False Lash Sculpt. I was then amazed to see that the False Lash Flutter had actually been on the market for a while. Was I wrong to buy into the hype of the L'Oreal False Lash Sculpt rather than purchase an existing L'Oreal mascara that was on the market? Read on to find out...

L'Oreal Sculpt False Lash and Flutter False Lash

As you can see both the L'Oreal Sculpt False Lash and the L'Oreal Flutter False Lash have plastic wands. The False Lash Sculpt, however, has very a unique comb. The bristles are very tiny and close to the wand, which avoids making a mess around your eye area but also tight lines your eyes. It really grabs your lashes from the root and pushes them up. The purpose of the False Lash Sculpt is very particular. After all, it is a part of the sculpt range. The Flutter False Lash, however, has many bristles that are long and short all around the brush. They are still close to the wand, which gives a better distribution of the product through the lashes. In terms of extending your lashes, they both work fantastically at this. The Flutter False Lash, however, has Cocoon fibres and a double-winged butterfly brush that together creates a more fluttery effect. In terms of how both the mascaras are marketed, they do successfully achieve their goal. The False Lash Sculpt does frame the eyes and the Flutter False lash does create long and fluttery eyelashes.


Close up:

L'Oreal Sculpt False Lash It's Cultured
As you can see, the L'Oreal False Lash Sculpt is more of a triangular shaped brush. As I have said this is because it is catered to tightline and create a sculpted look to your eyes. In difference to the Flutter False Lash, the Sculpt mascara grabs your lashes right from the root and pushes them up. Although the Flutter False Lash does extend your lashes from the room, the purpose of the mascara is more focused on the end of your lashes.

L'Oreal Flutter False Lash It's Cultured

Both mascaras are up there with being my favourite mascaras I have ever used, as they both do cater my lash needs. The only negative comment I have about the Flutter False Lash is that too much product can be on the brush and does require being wiped before using. I struggle to find a fault with the False Lash Sculpt because it genuinely is an amazing mascara. They both dry quickly, are buildable and don't make any mess when applying. I never used to be a fan of a mascara with a plastic wand and as I said, I did buy into the hype with the False Lash Sculpt. Thank god I did though because I will never look back. Well, unless it is the Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara. But if you are looking for an affordable mascara, which won't disappoint, I would recommend both these two.


Let's Compare:


L'Oreal Sculpt False Lash and Flutter False Lash

Firstly, excuse the bags haha. But although they do not look much different, the Flutter False Lash does extenuate my lashes more than the False Lash Sculpt. In fact, the Flutter False Lash does disperse my lashes more so too but can make them look clumpy at the same time. The Flutter False Lash is £10.99, which is a pound more than the False Lash Sculpt, is a great product. I do feel, however, that I could create more or less the same effect with the False Lash Sculpt if I applied more layers of mascara. So overall, I think I'm going to be sticking to the False Lash Sculpt. Although, both are great mascaras and I can't fault either. I do think the Sculpt False Lash wins this battle purely on the basis that it is cheaper.

As always, L'Oreal and their mascara game are strong. Do you think that the False Lash Sculpt is better? Let me know your thoughts. I'm also a sucker for a great mascara, so if you have any recommendations leave them in the comments below. If you would love to see more of my blog, follow my Instagram here. To keep up with my latest blog posts, make sure you follow me on Bloglovin' too.


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4 comments

  1. Finding great mascara is a though call for me, some great ones that work on my (super oily) lids (that don't even tolerate Maybelline) are higher-end. I've been looking for less expenssive mascara, maybe I'll give this a try once my current one run out. Thank you!

    Selene Addicted

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    1. I would definitely try these two mascara's! I recommend them above most high end mascara's.

      Sophie, It's Cultured X

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  2. I actually tried Flutter before Sculpt but love both! I don't think I could choose though Sculpt is the one I've repurchased recently so maybe that says it all!

    Jasmine xx

    Jasmine Talks Beauty

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    1. Sculpt is the one I find myself repurchasing also!

      Sophie, It's Cultured X

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