Covergirl’s Lash Blast mascara now has a clean and vegan formula

Posted: 17 November 2020 6:46 pm

The fan-favorite mascara in the iconic orange tube goes green.

Covergirl has been making significant strides in its makeup formulas. It earned its Leaping Bunny certification from Cruelty-Free International in 2018 and launched its Clean Fresh makeup collection in 2019. Now, the Lash Blast mascara, a cult favorite, comes in a new clean and vegan formula.

The famous fat, orange tube that packs a ton of volume for a big, bold lash look now comes in pastel green made from 80% recycled paper. While it still boasts 10 times the volume for longer, fuller lashes, this formula is slightly different from the original.

The Lash Blast Clean Volume Mascara is free of a few unpopular ingredients including parabens, sulfates, mineral oil and talc. It’s infused with argan and marula oils, which conditions your lashes. And this new formula promises long-lasting wearing with zero smudging or clumps.

It comes in four shades: pitch black, very black, black and black brown. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have a waterproof option yet.

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For a waterproof mascara that’s also clean, vegan and cruelty-free, you might consider e.l.f.’s Waterproof Lengthening & Volumizing Mascara. No7’s Mascara Stay Perfect Waterproof Long Wear Tubular Black is also formulated without parabens and promises long-lasting volume. No7 is a cruelty-free brand but not 100% vegan yet.

Where to get it

You can find Covergirl’s new Lash Blast Clean Volume Mascara at Target right now for $8. You can find it at other retailers starting in January 2021.

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