Five of the latest and greatest mascaras

Lash obsessed? Join the club. We're all about long, full, voluminous lashes. We asked 50 women to test out the newest formulas and dish on their findings.

Revlon Colorstay Overtime, $9

Revlon Colorstay Overtime, $9

Twiggy time

The claim: The tapered brush defines and lengthens lashes with a buildable formula that makes adding layers easy.

The real deal: It’s a great go-to mascara for long, separated lashes. And if you want one that lasts all day without smudging — even after a workout — this is it!

Rimmel Scandaleyes Showoff, $8

Rimmel Scandaleyes Showoff, $8

Go big

The claim: This flake-proof quick-drying formula gives lashes added volume, length and curl.

The real deal: We like the ball-tip brush because it makes it easy to cover every single lash. It’s a great choice if you want to play up your eyes with a bit of cat-eye sass.

Benefit They're Real, $22

Benefit They’re Real, $22

Fake it

The claim: This jet-black formula won’t smudge, budge or dry out. And the staggered bristles grab lashes close to the root.

The real deal: This one really delivers on its promise. The wand makes it easy to get at the small lashes in the corners. Plus, it washes off nicely with a regular facial cleanser!

Covergirl Clump Crusher, $11

Covergirl Clump Crusher, $11

Doe eyes

The claim: If you like the look of fake lashes, this innovative curved brush lets you build up the volume.

The real deal: The wand separates and curls, while making short, sparse lashes look long and full — who doesn’t want that?

L'Oréal Voluminous 24H Black Smoke, $12

L’Oréal Voluminous 24H Black Smoke, $12

Dark arts

The claim: The unique black pigment creates ultra-dark matte lashes that last all day (and night).

The real deal: Just a few coats gives a super-dramatic look, and the wand is easy to hold, giving you extra control. It’s the perfect finish to a smoky eye.

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