Glossier has finally launched a mascara, and of course it’s epic

Introducing Glossier Lash Slick...

Glossier Mascara Lash Slick

Introducing Glossier Lash Slick...

If you're on Instagram, you know Glossier, the millennial pink make-up and skincare brand loved by, well, millennials.

The bubble wrap bags and zeitgeist-y packaging have been dominating our feeds since forever, so the UK launch sent us all into a bit of a frenzy.

While Boy Brow, Cloud Paint and Body Hero are all cult staples in the beauty lover's bathroom cabinet, the one thing that's long been missing from their line is a mascara.

But no more. Enter: Lash Slick.

A tubing mascara in millennial pink casing (naturally), the formula coats your lashes with tiny fibres to lengthen and vegan biotin to strengthen your lashes over time. We'd go as far as to say it's even more exciting than their last launch.

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The end result is long and natural-looking lashes that make your eyes pop – so if you don't like tons of volume or looking like you're "wearing mascara", this one is for you.

This is without a doubt one of the Glossier team's biggest launches to date; the brand spent 18 months developing Lash Slick, and tested 248 different formulations. That's a lot of mascara...

Lash Slick, £14,

Glossier Mascara Lash Slick

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Who knows, this may overtake Boy Brow as our fave Glossier product yet...

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Lucy Abbersteen
Beauty Contributor

Lucy is a freelance beauty editor and contributor at Marie Claire, and has written for titles including Glamour, Refinery29, Popsugar, woman&home and more. She was previously Marie Claire’s junior beauty editor. During her career, she’s covered everything from backstage beauty at fashion week to interviews with famous faces like Drag Race royalty and Little Mix. As for her beauty ethos, she’s a big advocate for not having to spend a fortune on beauty products to get good results, and when she’s not got beauty on the brain you’ll find her reading or hanging out with dogs.