It's magical what one coat of mascara can do to your eyes. It instantly makes you look more awake, as if you've had five extra hours of sleep. The only tricky part is finding the perfect products that will enhance your lashes' natural length without looking clumpy. Check out our favorites below:

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1. MAC Extended Play Gigablack Lash Mascara

P1,050, SM Makati


Here's a smudge-proof formula that'll make your friends think you got lash extensions.

2. Benefit Roller Lash

P1,500, TriNoma

Forgot your lash curler at home? No worries. This mascara also doubles as a curler.

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3. L'Oreal Voluminous Lash Paradise

P500, Zalora

This mascara brush hugs individual lashes and coats them with just the right amount of product.

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4. Pixi Lower Lash Mascara

P590, Glamourbox

With its tiny brush for lower lashes, you won't miss a strand!


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5. Make Up For Ever Aqua Smoky Extravagant Waterproof Mascara

P1,850, SM Megamall

Lengthen those inner corner lashes without giving yourself panda eyes.


6. Revlon Super Length Mascara

Robinsons Department Store

This mascara has extra long bristles to give your lashes the extra length they need.

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7. Covergirl Clump Crusher Water Resistant Mascara in Black

P595, Watsons

Achieve a longer, naturally fanned out effect in one coat.

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