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9 Mascaras That’ll Take Your Lashes From Thin to Full and Gorgeous


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For many, there’s no other makeup product quite as transforming as a good mascara. Just a simple slick of the stuff can make a world of difference. In fact, sometimes a good coat of mascara and a touch of lip balm is all you need to create the perfect makeup look. But when it comes to finding the best mascara for women over 50, there are a couple things to keep in mind. 

Benefits of Mascara for Mature Eyes

As we get older, we have to wave goodbye to the days of purchasing makeup products on a whim, especially mascara. There are a lot of factors to take into consideration after a certain age. Droopier eyelids mean that a quick drying mascara is a must, so it doesn’t smudge onto the eyelid. In addition, eyes tend to get more sensitive with time, so a mascara for sensitive eyes, and even a waterproof one to protect against runny eyes, is often best. Others find their eyelashes are now more sparse than before, but a good thickening mascara — paired with a lash serum — can make them look full and luscious.

Best Mascaras for Women Over 50

What is the best mascara for women over 50?

A good mascara can take you from drab to fab in a matter of seconds. Whatever your needs, whether length and volume or affordability and a clump-free formulation, we’ve rounded nine of the best mascaras on the market today for you to choose from. Keep scrolling for Woman’s World’s picks for the best mascaras for women over 50.

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