Does new NARS Climax Mascara Take Lashes to the peak of Perfection?

Wizarding wand? — or new mascara from NARS?
This being NARS we’re speaking about (because even my glam granny understands that NARS has a thing for naughtily named makeup), I’m quite sure the new NARS Climax Mascara was named after the huge “O,” however can we pretend François was influenced by Klymaxx’s satisfying in the women Room?

I’ll be back genuine soon…

Now, after you’re done dancing in your chair to the tune (because you understand you’re feeling it), please do really satisfy me in the women room, since that’s where you’ll discover me applying one more coat of this easy-to-layer mascara, since it develops like WHOA!


NARS Climax Mascara ($24)

First hourglass Caution; now NARS Climax. I’m truly liking this pattern of featherweight, versatile mascaras you can endlessly layer without clumping.

Three coats of Climax

Doesn’t matter if you add one more layer one minute after that very first coat, one hour or five. You can quickly add fresh layers during your mid-morning break, as well as then once again after lunch, as well as once again right before going out for drinks after work. Your lashes would still look good.

From the NARS website…

“Don’t stop. pokračuj. reach your climax with explosive volume. special ribbed bristles tons up with whipped, blackened pigments for hardcore lift as well as a softcore feel, all with a featherweight touch. Its Lash wetness complex goes all the way—from roots to tips as well as back again—for buildable intensity without clumping or smudging. just the method you like it.”





Climax is like hourglass Caution in its affinity for layers. You can truly stack it on as well as not feel like your lashes are using a heavy down jacket, as well as they don’t feel bumpy or gross.


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In fact, I believe Climax is a bit much better than Caution when it comes to building volume, particularly at the roots (it’s totally obvs when I get as much as a fourth or fifth layer), so if you like a thicker lash look, reach for Climax.

Hourglass Caution, however, beats Climax in terms of lift, length as well as holding a curl. Overall, I believe lashes using Caution look more dramatic, as well as you can get bigger, longer, lusher lashes with fewer layers.


Water/Aqua/Eau, Paraffin, Glyceryl Stearate, synthetic Beeswax, Stearic Acid, Butylene Glycol, Acacia Senegal Gum, Palmitic Acid, Polybutene, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Wax, VP/Eicosene Copolymer, Ozokerite, Aminomethyl Propanol, Hydrogenated vegetable Oil, Stearyl Stearate, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Tropolone, Phenoxyethanol, Iron Oxides (CI 77499).

Still, that’s not at all to state that I believe Climax is a poor mascara. To není. I believe it’s quite great — even much better than Audacious, the last new mascara from NARS (the one with the cool hooked bristles).

In this cost range…unless you only care about lash volume, I believe you’re much better off with hourglass Caution, particularly if you don’t wear falsies as well as want BIG. however let’s be genuine — if you’re gonna pay more than $20 for a mascara, you most likely want everything — volume, length, curl as well as drama. In other words, errrrrr-thang!


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