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I’d been using the same luxury brand mascara for years, before noticing how sparse and clumpy my lashes looked, so when CVS Pharmacy recently reached out asking if I wanted to try anything from their latest offerings, I immediately went for the eyelash products! 

Before experiencing it for myself, I never thought of CVS as a beauty destination, but wow am I impressed! They recently revamped their cosmetic and skincare aisles, complete with a new and improved beauty wall of products and tools for face, brows, lashes and nails in 1,600 stores across the nation, including an array of products from CVS-exclusive brands like Makeup Academy and Beauty 360. And you can even receive personalized consultations and product advice from Beauty Consultants in select stores, who have been trained to help customers with their individual beauty needs. I love their assortment of budget-friendly products, it’s so convenient having everything in one place!

In my quest to find a new mascara, I ended up adding tons of new products and tools to my beauty arsenal. For lashes, I’m loving Makeup Academy’s Amp-Up Adjustable Impact Mascara and Amp-Up Your Lashes Fiber Lash Primer, which have been perfect for enhancing my lashes without having to use a growth serum. The primer works wonders to add volume and length, and I’ve since incorporated the Lash Separtor as well, helping to define each and every lash before applying mascara. In addition to makeup brushes also from Makeup Academy, eyeshadows and eyeliner galore, I’ve also been using the Beauty 360 Sonic Perfect Pedi tool between pedicures at the salon- seriously impressed with the results, I can’t wait to dive into skincare products and lip colors!

Thanks to CVS for sponsoring this post.