The bestselling mascara at Boots is under £10

Mascara: it’s a desert island product for many beauty fans who just can’t live without defined, lengthened, voluminous lashes. But given how many there are on the market, finding your dream mascara feels like a life-long journey at times. Luckily, Boots has just revealed to Red which mascara is their current number one bestseller — and it’s impressively affordable.

The Maybelline Lash Sensational Sky High Mascara is apparently in the top spot right now, with fans not being able to get enough of the high street makeup must-have. The impressive mascara promises, ‘Sky High lash impact from every angle,’ and assures shoppers it will give ‘full volume’ and ‘limitless length.’ The modern Flex Tower brush also uniquely bends to reach every lash from root to tip, meaning even more flutter.

Maybelline

One look at the brand’s product page on boots.com and you can tell how much of a hit it really is; with nearly 700 overwhelmingly positive reviews and an overall rating of just under five stars, this mascara has clearly won over the beauty set.

‘I bought this today and tried it on as soon as I got home…WOW!! OMG!! It’s AMAZING!!,’ wrote one. ‘Using the mascara, I get lovely long lashes that don’t clump together. I layer it for a thicker look and I don’t get any product on my eyelids. It also doesn’t feel heavy and it’s easy to remove. I have short flat thin lashes and I’m in love with this mascara as now I have long thick lashes.’

Maybelline mascara

Maybelline Lash Sensational Sky High Mascara, £9.99, Boots

Another told those reading to ‘buy this,’ in the review title, before adding: ‘This mascara is genuinely the best mascara! If you would like a natural but enhanced look. It’s easily buildable and a very dark black so makes your eyes pop.’

Maybelline

Luckily, the popular mascara is super affordable, meaning you can try it for under a tenner. It will only set you back £9.99, still giving you change from a ten pound note. What’s not to love?!

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