Urban Decay Troublemaker Mascara Review

I’m picky when it comes to mascara. With short, sparse lashes; I need volume, length, and of course it better not smudge, clump, or flake. So, I’m always in the search for the best mascara. And each new mascara I try (for the most part), seems to be better than the last.

Let’s start stirring up trouble with your badass lashes – Urban Decay Troublemaker mascara will outlast even the most scandalous nights. Troublemaker holds up in hot and heavy situations and still looks good in the morning. This formula layers beautifully without clumping, so pile on as many coats as you want.

Urban Decay Troublemaker Mascara delivers 13.7x the lash volume* and loaded up with insane benefits – for thicker, impossibly long, perfectly fanned-out lashes. The failsafe formula volumizes and lengthens as it separates, while the custom brush grabs onto lashes, curling as it coats.

*Based on 3-D volume effect analysis in a 34-subject study

Urban Decay Troublemaker Mascara Review

Troublemaker is infused with a combination of hollow silica and ultralight fibers to volumize without weighing down lashes. Vitamin E and panthenol nourishes and conditions, and a combination of polymers helps the mascara adhere to lashes for lasting wear – no flaking, smearing or smudging.

The custom brush is designed to comb and separate lashes to make it look like you have more of them! Tiny precision hooks grab lashes to pull the product through – for an instant lash-multiplying effect. The brush actually fans out lashes as it coats them, separating and curling each lash while laying down the perfect amount of mascara. And it’s designed to reach even tiny inner-corner lashes, no matter which way you hold it.

Urban Decay Troublemaker Mascara Review Before After Application
Before and After Application

Verdict: Love-hate. I love the length the Troublemaker mascara provides. Even after one coat, it makes a difference. Two-to-three coats definitely intensify the lashes, making them appear bolder. It also did a great job at separating the lashes. The only thing I don’t like is that is does flake and lacks volume. I think if the formula didn’t cause flaking, I would love this mascara and use it as a base and then add a volumizing mascara.

What are your thoughts on Urban Decay Troublemaker mascara? Have you tried any other Urban Decay mascaras? What’s a mascara deal breaker?

Disclaimer: Sample size product.

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