Milk Makeup Kush High Volume Mascara

Milk Makeup recent released a new mascara, Kush, and I have been seeing people rave about it everywhere. Ever the makeup junkie, with mascara being one of my most necessary items (see my before shots to understand why), I had to give it a try. I've been trying to buy less makeup in general, but I found a Sephora code for a free deluxe mini size so I figured if I ordered some hair stuff that I go through to get the free travel size version, it doesn't technically count, right? ;) Read on for my thoughts on this mascara.

Here is some information about KUSH Mascara:

"What it is:
A high-volume mascara with nourishing cannabis oil, thickening heart-shaped fibers, and pure pigments for a clump-free, intense black finish.

What it does:
KUSH High Volume Mascara’s unique heart-shaped fibers lock onto lashes for long-lasting volume, length, and curl. Unlike gangly, cylindrical fibers that can appear spidery, these hollow heart-shaped fibers lay on your lashes in each direction, creating the look of length and width. Conditioning cannabis oil fuses to lashes for thickness without fallout, while also working to fill the hollow, heart-shaped fibers with formula for a double dose of volume. Hemp-derived cannabis oil continues to hydrate for healthier-looking lashes, even after you’ve removed your mascara.

Wiggle the tapered, tree-shaped brush to hit every angle—the narrow top reaches the inner and outer corners and bottom lashes, while the fuller body takes care of the rest. The crisscrossed, soft-medium firm bristles wrap and coat each lash for clump-free definition.

What it is formulated WITHOUT:
- Parabens
- Sulfates
- Phthalates

What else you need to know:
KUSH Mascara is cruelty-free, paraben-free, vegan, and gluten-free.

Why formulate with cannabis? Ever since its inception, Milk Makeup has wanted to create a product that showcases the amazing properties of cannabis oil. When they started talking about coming out with a fully vegan volumizing mascara with fibers, they knew they couldn't use beeswax, a common binding component in mascara formulas. Enter: cannabis oil. Hemp-derived cannabis oil fuses the heart-shaped fibers to your lashes without fallout. It whips the formula into a creamy texture that allows for smoother application on lashes and an easier, tug-free removal. It also provides an additional conditioning benefit. KUSH Mascara is the vegan way to get major volume and healthier-looking lashes in one hit.
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I am seeing cannibis oil in so many health and beauty products lately, and for good reason. The benefits from the oil are so good.

At first, I wasn't sure if I'd like the mascara because the brush is soft bristles and very big. I usually like silicone, comb like mascara brushes. I was proven wrong. I was also slightly nervous because normally fibers inside mascaras flake and bother my sensitive eyeballs like crazy, but I'm happy to say this mascara didn't irritate my eyes at all. I like this mascara, and I like it a lot. It wore all day with no smudging or flaking, the pigment is really black and it made my super blonde lashes longer and thicker without even needed the lash primer I usually use with all mascaras underneath. It didn't bother my sensitive eyes either!

For the pictures below, this is just the mascara. I do not count coats when I apply. I just keep adding mascara on until I am happy with how my lashes look. There is no upper waterline liner or lash primer underneath.





Overall, I'm quite impressed with the Kush High Volume Mascara by Milk Makeup for making my non-existent eyelashes look longer and thicker without smudging or flaking off! I haven't tried all that much by Milk Makeup in general, but the things I do have by them I really am liking!

I'm sorry I don't remember the code for Sephora or if it is still available.

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disclaimer: product was a deluxe sample with a Sephora purchase. no monetary compensation received. not endorsed or sponsored. all thoughts are my own, honest opinions as always.

-Diane





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