Six Mascaras That Will Give You the Spidery Lashes of Your DreamsSeptember 26, 2022
We’re strong believers that we can pull off even the most over-the-top 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 spidery lash trend, a high fashion fad that features top or bottom eyelashes lengthened and grouped together to create a spiky, clumpy-cool effect.
Ahead, find the six best mascaras to achieve the spidery lashes of your dreams. Editor’s Tip: To get the spidery look with these products, we recommend layering and layering until you’ve built up the effect to your liking.
The key to a great clumpy lash is a thick, round brush, and Monsieur Big does not fall short on 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.
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 coat your lashes evenly and don’t miss any spots.
True to its name, the Lash Clash Extreme Volume Mascara has a buildable formula so you can pump up the volume to your liking by adding several layers. For this high-drama look, don’t be afraid to go all in — with this trend, the more strokes the better!
One of the best drugstore mascaras, the Volum’ Express Colossal features Maybelline New York’s signature Mega Brush for extra impact. Plus, it’s collagen-infused for a long-lasting plumping effect.
When it comes to enviable lash length, the On The Rise Volume Liftscara is the next best thing after a professional lash lift. It has a combo hourglass and round brush for maximum extension, meaning your eyes will look wider than ever framed by mascara-coated spidery lashes.
The Jones Road Mascara proves that bolder is better, thanks to its ultra-pigmented jet black shade. Make sure to get the inner and outer corners of your eyes to pack the most dramatic punch.
Additional reporting by Jordan Julian
Photo: Chaunte Vaughn