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    So I need to buy some new mascara, and was wondering if anyone could recommend any good mascara thats also quite cheap.

    By cheap, I mean £5-£8.

    Thanks
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    IF YOU BUY CHEAP, THEN YOU WILL LOOK CHEAP. trust me... i used to use cheap mascara, and then it dissolved my eyes
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    (Original post by Lintu93)
    So I need to buy some new mascara, and was wondering if anyone could recommend any good mascara thats also quite cheap.

    By cheap, I mean £5-£8.

    Thanks
    squid ink.
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    I didn't realise £5-£8 is cheap for mascara - that seems expensive to me! Or maybe just an average price :erm:

    Annnnyway, I use http://www.boots.com/en/Maybelline-G...-Mascara_6005/ which is good
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    As above, Maybelline Great lash is a classic (though it only comes in black). I currently use Rimmel sexy curves in brown/black which is quite good, as black mascara is too harsh for me.
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    £5-8 is a reasonable price for a mascara to me
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    The Best cheap mascara is... no mascara!
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    collection 2000 stuff is really good and in that price range
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    Coal.
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    (Original post by RUDEBOYBETTERKNOW)
    squid ink.
    I imagine that the difficulty of finding a squid would bring the cost up.
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    (Original post by Great Lord Xenu)
    I imagine that the difficulty of finding a squid would bring the cost up.
    are you stupid? go to a fish market. this squid still have the ink sacks. just like ur mum.
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    no cheap mascara is good
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    (Original post by T-Toe)
    no cheap mascara is good
    As I said above, I thought £5-£8 (what the OP says is cheap) seems expensive/ average. How much do you spend and what mascara do you recommend (since I seem terribly unknowledgeable)?
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    Lol, £8 is cheap, I've made like £28 before (Lancome).

    My favourite cheap one is definitely http://www.ciao.co.uk/Maybelline_Def...scara__6712427
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    I've been using the Maybelline Colossal Mascara for a while and its been good so far. I think it costs around 6-7 pounds, depending on where you go to but its really good.

    http://www.superdrug.com/invt/532843%26bklist%3D
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    (Original post by RUDEBOYBETTERKNOW)
    this squid still have the ink sacks. just like ur mum.
    You might need to revise female biology...

    Anyway, I still imagine that a squid would cost a lot more than the mascara. If you're eating it, fair enough. But otherwise, it's a pointless purchase when you could just use coal.
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    (Original post by Great Lord Xenu)
    You might need to revise female biology...

    Anyway, I still imagine that a squid would cost a lot more than the mascara. If you're eating it, fair enough. But otherwise, it's a pointless purchase when you could just use coal.
    and you need to revise sarcasm.
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    i was going to say maybelline falsies, so it looks like maybelline is the way to go by these responses.
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    its £8.99 but its very good http://www.boots.com/en/Max-Factor-M...Mascara_44951/
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    (Original post by RUDEBOYBETTERKNOW)
    and you need to revise sarcasm.
    It's not sarcasm, sir. I just wonder where you believe that the female ink sacs are located.
 
 
 
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