Colourpop BFF Mascara vs. Pretty Vulgar Faux Real Extreme Volume Mascara

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*Both brands are certified cruelty-free according to Ethical Elephant. Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: Pretty Vulgar is $23 for 10.5ml & Colourpop is $8 for 7.9ml. Both products have a very similar hourglass shape wand. Colourpop is very easy to apply - I did two coats to get my desired length. I did not curl my lashes and I was happy with the lift & curl it gave. No clumping. Pretty Vulgar's wand had a lot of product on it. I had a feeling before I even tried it that it would be clumpy and it certainly was. I had to work a lot longer to get a desired look without clumps. I definitely don't think Pretty Vulgar is worth the money. If you're looking for a decent mascara that gives volume & length check Colourpop out as that did not disappoint.

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