Looking For The One Best Mascara For Short Lashes? We Have 7 For You!

Looking For The One Best Mascara For Short Lashes? We Have 7 For You!Looking For The One Best Mascara For Short Lashes? We Have 7 For You!

The best mascara for short lashes is one that can not only give them length and volume, but also has a long-staying power

Most Asian women, like myself, are stuck with short pointy eyelashes that are really tough to add volume to or even hold a curl through dinner. And honestly, it is not easy to find the best mascara for short lashes because most western mascara are formulated for the also wispy long lashed girls.

So while they work for some, their formulas are too thick for short-lashes girls like us. 

But the good news is that we've hunted down the best mascara for short lashes. Not one, but seven!

Best Mascara For Short Lashes: Not One, But 7!

These not only hold curls but also and add volume and keep your lashes looking spidery and wispy through the night. 

1. NARS Climax Mascara | S$42

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This cheekily-named brand new product from Nars is a definite keeper. It's plush bristles hug your lashes in a way that elongate them, add the right amount of curl and even hold the curl in place. 

The best part is that this mascara won't budge till you decided to take it off. 

2. Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara | S$35

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Another cheeky name for a mascara that separates your lashes from the root and adds pump and volume to them. This mascara was also all over social media and we now know that it was for the right reasons.

It is highly-pigmented and smudge-proof and for many beauty bloggers it is the best mascara for short lashes.  

3. Benefit Cosmetics Roller Lash | S$44

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The Benefit Cosmetics' Roller lash mascara comes in two colours, allowing you to choose between a more natural brown or a stark black. Either way, this product does what it says.

It acts almost like a roller for your lashes and curls them to the gods. You wouldn't need an actual eye lash curler, if you use just this.

4. Maybelline Last Sensation | S$21.90

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No mascara list is complete without this drugstore gem. It fans out all your lashes individually and gives you a thicker and fuller lash look. It provides nine times volume to your lashes and the biggest plus is the fact that it is super affordable.

You can use the inner bristles for the tiny lashes close to the bridge of your nose. And roll it around to add volume to the longest part of your lashes. 

5. Urban Decay Perversion Mascara | S$18 

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For all those mascara fiends, this is another one you must try. It adds thickness to the lashes and curls them for a long time. But most importantly this is a great mascara to separate your lashes.

You may need to add two coats if you really want a bada-bing effect with your mascara. 

6. L'Oreal Lash Paradise | S$22.90

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Makeup gurus swear by it and so do Instagram baddies. This mascara is perfect to separate short lashes and to add volume and long-lasting curl to them.

It stays put all day long and is the best mascara for short lashes, if longevity is what you are looking for. 

7. LANEIGE Jet Curling Mascara_EX | S$34

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Not many people have still caught on to this product. And if you have never tried your hands at it, its time to change that. An under-rated start performer, the Laneige Jet Curling mascara is waterproof and smudge-free and doesn't clump around the lashes. It has ultra thin bristles and is perfect for short lashes. 

Also read:This Woman's Painful Story Is A Reminder To Never Be Lazy With Mascara Removal

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Written by

Deepshikha Punj