Revlon Lash Potion Volume + Length Mascara by Grow Luscious
Lash Potion is Revlon’s newest addition to their Grow Luscious mascara range. It doesn’t officially launch until the beginning of May, so I’ll update this post when it becomes available online. I purchased Lash Potion at my local Harmon about a week ago, and according to Nouveau Cheap readers, you might be able to find it at Rite Aid now.
Spellbinding Volume. Supernatural Length.
Magically transform lashes to lush, long and lustrous. A potion with strengthening proteins drenches lashes for volume. Triple-groove wand combs through for clump-free length.
Lash Potion does add noticeable length to my lashes, but I wish it delivered better on its promise to add volume. Unlike the two other mascaras in the Grow Luscious range, which are matte, Lash Potion has a glossy finish. I’m not sure what Revlon means by “triple-groove wand,” but Lash Potion doesn’t avoid clumping as well as CoverGirl Clump Crusher. I also experienced some smudging and flaking.
- I really like the packaging.
- It does a decent job adding length to lashes.
- Lash Potion has a glossy finish. I personally prefer matte finish mascaras.
- It flakes after a few hours of wear.
- It does add length and volume to lashes, but other drugstore mascaras do a better job at both.
- I don’t think Revlon should market this as a clump-free mascara.
The original Grow Luscious formula is one of my favorite drugstore mascaras ever, so I’d sick with that version. If you’re looking for a clump-free drugstore mascara, try CoverGirl Clump Crusher (read my review here). If you’re in the market for an affordable volumizing and lengthening mascara, try the original Revlon Grow Luscious or CoverGirl Lash Blast Fusion.
Find more information about Lash Potion at revlon.com.
UPDATE: As of May 28, Lash Potion still isn’t available for purchase at revlon.com or other major drugstore cosmetics retail sites. You can find it in local drugstores or at amazon.com.