3 mascaras under $10 that give you super full, fluffy lashes

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Some things in beauty are worth the high price tag. For example, it’s probably worth putting a few extra dollars toward something like a vitamin C serum or a retinol. However, other beauty products like mascara don’t need to have a high price tag to be effective.

There are many affordable drugstore mascaras out on the market right now that deliver amazing results, especially if you’re on the hunt for a mascara that gives you fuller, fluffier lashes. No, you don’t need eyelash extensions or faux lashes to make it look like you have full lashes. All you need is a great drugstore mascara (or mascaras, if you like variety).

Below are three options that all retail for less than $10.

MiDenso 4D Lash Mascara, $9.99

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First of all, let’s get into this packaging! This 4D silk fiber eyelash mascara enhances your natural eyelashes while also darkening, thickening, lengthening and defining.

4D Silk Fiber Lash Mascara, $6.99

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Look no further than this mascara if you are on the hunt for a product that curls and lengthens your lashes. It is also hypoallergenic and safe for sensitive skin and eyes.

L’Oreal Paris Voluminous Makeup Lash Paradise Mascara, $7 (Orig. $9.99)

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A favorite on Amazon, this volumizing and lengthening mascara delivers feathery soft lashes without flaking, smudging or clumping.

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