New! Covergirl Supersizer Fibers Mascara| Review + Demo

I gotta start by saying: if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it (or try to make it better)

I think that pretty much sets the tone for this review. As you can tell by the title, I done picked me up a new mascara (so out of character for me, right?). I went into my local Target and got the new Covergirl Supersizer Fibers Mascara.

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Now, I was a fan of the old supersizer mascara, but it dried out like, real quick so I never really repurchased it, but I did really like it for separation and length.

This new version claims to increase your lash volume and length by a whopping 400%! Like, dayum Covergirl, reaching a bit much? If a mascara could increase my lash length by that much, my lashes would touch my hairline. #thataintcute This new mascara formula contains built-in fibers for the ultimate false-lash extension effect. This formula is def a drier formula, which Melissa likey.
That 400%, doe.Taken from
The Supersizer fiber mascara has a special Lash Styler that finds and transforms even the smallest lashes. (aka the old Supersizer and new Supersizer fibers use the same wand)

Alright, let’s get to the demo:

Here’s how it looks with one coat, it was pretty average.



Second coat: Definitely liked a lot better. My lashes are separated and fanned out, however, where’s that length doe?



Third and final coat: It got a little clumpy, I almost like the second better than the first coat, but I always do three coats cause I like very bold and dramatic lashes.


Here’s what my lashes look like with different lighting (it was so bright out I had to do it in my car):


In the office

Can someone tell me why I look drunk/cross-eyed in almost every close-up?!


I’m just not impressed with this mascara. I felt like my lashes looked average, kinda clumpy and like, not straight. Like, lashes look really brittle and frail and they  have kinks in them. Also, even though this was my ideal drier formula, I almost felt like it was so dry that when I would go in for another coat, little minuscule balls of mascara would attach to my lash (giving it that kinked look).

I did experience some flaking throughout the day, but it wasn’t too bad. As for volume, I feel like there isn’t really none and length looks normal to me.I just prefer more drama and boldness in my lashes and so I would recommend this mascara for someone who likes a more natural, look and wants to use this daily. And maybe to someone who doesn’t have the longest of lashes cause I do think the wand would work in your favor.

Have you guys tried either Supersizer mascara before? Let me know in the comments!

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7 thoughts on “New! Covergirl Supersizer Fibers Mascara| Review + Demo

  1. beautyandtidbits

    That pinterest picture made me so uncomfortable hahah, the lashes looked like an eye hazard! I always wonder who comes up with the stupid percents that are placed on some makeup products. Did they actually do some science or did they just smack a number on lol!

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    1. Lash-Eyed Beauty

      Hahaha they probably have someone come up with some random number like, 300% sounds too low but 500% sounds too high so we’ll just go in the middle and say 400%! Customers will totally believe that!


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