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You could say I'm a bit of an eyelash enemy. My long (and yet extremely thin) eyelashes are not only my favorite feature, but mascara was also the first type of makeup that I dealt with in middle school. Back then, the mascara I chose probably had more to do with flashy packaging or over-the-top commercial claims, but I know better now. As someone with thin, sagging lashes, I know that the best mascaras obviously add drama over thickness and volume, but they also need to add flake-free length and lump-free separation. Oh, and let's not forget that they have to be light enough to maintain the curl that I'm working hard with my eyelash curler on beforehand. If a mascara is heavy and wet, as Randy Jackson could say, it will be a no of mine, dawg. Since middle school, I've had a few years looking for and experimenting with the best mascaras for thin eyelashes, and I've found a healthy selection of fluttering formulas for every budget. Regardless of whether you want to save, spend money, or spend money, I've shared four sensible mascara options per spending category. In front of me, 12 first-class voluminous mascaras swear that I (and so many happy reviewers) absolutely swear by. Amazon: 4 stars, 5557 ratings. I may be biased, but I've been using this iconic drugstore mascara since high school, and I'm not sure if I have ever found another mascara in terms of volume (plus length, curls, and separation). I'm not alone. This mascara is highly praised on Amazon – just look at this review! Covergirl has released several iterations of Lash Blast, but this orange OG tube is my all time favorite. Ulta: 4.5 stars, 60 ratings. Essence is really a dark horse in the world of drugstore makeup. I've been impressed with every single product I've tried, and while the brand actually makes a number of highly rated mascaras, it's this voluminous selection that finds the most love. (In fact, it is consistently sold out on Ulta's website!) Fortunately, you can still buy it from some other retailers like Amazon or CVS. Amazon: 4 stars, 243 reviews. For a mascara mood with doe eyes, there is simply no better choice than the B & # 39; i-inspired formula from L & # 39; Oréal. It not only strengthens the eyelashes with eye opening volume, but also keeps the eyelashes long, curled and free from crazy lumps. It is a newer formula that takes into account the lower number of reviews compared to some others. Amazon: 4.5 stars, 7,437 reviews. Maybelline is a volume-increasing choice for everyone with thin eyelashes and uses this formula to advertise as one of the top fan favorites on their website. The unique fan shape of the brush covers every single eyelash from root to tip, so that your eyes look significantly wider, brighter and more dramatic in the best possible way. Sephora: 4 stars, 4000 reviews. One of the most important properties of a voluminous mascara for thin eyelashes is the layering. Adding multiple layers shouldn't weigh them down or lead to lumps and flakes, and this first-class mascara from Benefit Cosmetics excels in this area in particular. Layer by layer and hour by hour (the formula promises a durability of 36 hours) this mascara keeps the eyelashes high and super full. The key lies in the unique aero particles, a space technology that heralds the brand as one of the lightest materials. Dermstore: 5 stars, 176 reviews. Everyone, from the model to my 73 year old mother, seems to love this mascara and appreciate its impressive multitasking ability. Not only does it add exceptional volume and length to thin eyelashes, which has earned it high praise and many five-star ratings, it also contains nourishing ingredients such as olive oil and provitamin B5 to keep your eyelashes healthy in the long term. also. Sephora: 4 stars, 5000 reviews. The high praise and sparkling reviews that this mascara has received prove that the lively, hemp-infused formula isn't just a gimmick or a marketing trick. The key to the mega-volume power of this formula lies in the shape of its thickening fibers, which are more heart-shaped than cylindrical. Ulta: 4.5 stars, 937 reviews. This mascara is so good but is often overlooked. The color is super inky-black, and a flexible fusion of waxes ensures professional volume and drama without making your lashes feel lumpy or crusty – a very hard feat that most mascaras can't match. Nordstrom: 5 stars, 1,143 reviews. There's nothing better than flogging Chanel mascara, and this is one of the best mascara I rely on to spice up my ultra-thin lashes. It builds and layers exceptionally well and I love combing my eyelashes between layers with this styling brush to further improve the separation and length. Dermstore: 5 stars, 147 reviews. For many different retailers, this lesser-known voluminous mascara has received numerous high ratings and bubbling feedback, especially for people with long or thin eyelashes who are prone to sagging, clumping and flaking. This formula also contains conditioner jojoba oil so that your eyelashes look better and feel better even without mascara. Nordstrom: 5 stars, 463 reviews. This is such a classic, long-popular formula, but according to reviews (and its ubiquitous occupancy in my makeup bag) it still has big legs. It is super durable in terms of wear and fights common mascara side effects such as peeling and smearing. According to the brand, this mascara forms lashes for lashes volume in contrast to conventional voluminous formulas, which create the appearance of volume by clumping lashes together – the key for those of us with thin lashes! Nordstrom: 4 stars, 201 reviews. I talk about this mascara all the time, but as someone who has tried so many "voluminous" formulas with – I honestly – very disappointing results, I have to praise this fan favorite from Charlotte Tilbury. It is one of the few mascaras that not only thicken and lengthen my eyelashes but also curl them perfectly after using my eyelash curler. I feel like the brand's Legendary Lashes mascara gets more love and attention, but if you are looking for a shiny, voluminous flutter, this is the real winner in my eyes. Next: 200 of my favorite beauty brands get up to 20% off – I buy these 22 products