I was impressed with the brush:
The handle is flexible- bendable, really:
I love, love, LOVE this mascara!! It isn't heavy on my lashes at all, and it doesn't clump, smear, or flake. It doesn't give that cakey, furry look of a lot of volumising mascaras, it looks more natural. For those of you who don't know, I am a natural blonde, so my lashes are really light.
Here is my before and after:
I took the "After" photo immediately after I applied. I was like, whoa.. remind me again why I don't wear mascara??
I also used more coats to try to get the "flared" effect, but I liked how it looked at first. I kept coating and separating so many times, I should have just left it alone, but to give a proper review, I wanted to achieve the maximum results possible.
Here is how that turned out:
I absolutely loved how it felt so weightless, not crunchy at all. I just started using Falsies this year, after many years of Dior, but I hope they never stop making it!
I know different mascaras can be irritating to some, but if you can wear Maybelline mascaras, I say definitely go for it.