Six Mascaras That Will Give You the Spidery Lashes of Your Dreams

November 06, 2017
Alanna Martine Kilkeary
By: Alanna Martine Kilkeary | by L'Oréal
Six Mascaras That Will Give You the Spidery Lashes of Your Dreams

We’re strong believers that we can accomplish the cool makeup trends we witness on the runway and on the pages of magazines. But translating an editorial beauty trend into an everyday look is no feat for the weak. Enter: the clumpy lash trend, a high fashion fad we can definitely get behind. Ahead, find the six best mascaras to achieve the clumpy-cool, spidery lashes of your dreams.

Lancôme Monsieur Big Mascara

The key to a great clumpy lash is a thick, round brush, and Monsieur Big does not fall short of this element in the slightest. Easy to wiggle and comb through your lashes, this soft wand enhances the volume of each and every one, and will make your eyes look bigger and bolder in no time.


L'Oréal Paris Voluminous Lash Paradise

Lash Paradise adds just the right amount of volume and length for spidery, clumpy looking lashes — mess-free. A pro tip with this one: Try applying it vertically to make sure you’re getting each and every inch.


Urban Decay Troublemaker Mascara

Urban Decay wasn’t kidding when they said this mascara was trouble with a capital T. Super thick and flexible, this wand combs out lashes in the most graceful way, without adding too much clump. And if you want an even thicker result, just keep layering.


Lancôme Hypnôse Drama Mascara

Probably the best mascara for making your eyes appear wider and brighter, Hypnôse Drama adds major oomph to any eye shape or type of lash.


NYX Professional Makeup Doll Eye Mascara

This doll eye mascara is the stuff that lash dreams are made of. Plus, you get plenty of bang for your buck since this formula is chock full of natural oils and nylon fibers.


Maybelline Colossal Big Shot Mascara

An oldie but goodie, this is by far the OG clumpy lash champion. Big Shot is super pigmented and a must-have for any clumpy mascara fan.


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