Jaclyn Hill Has A New Favorite Drugstore Mascara

by Kali Borovic
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YouTubers love to recommend products to their fans, but this time is major. Not only does Jaclyn Hill have a new favorite drugstore mascara, but it's affordable too. She's not the only one that love the mascara, either. People have been freaking out about this product since it first launched, and it looks like it's for a good reason. Grab your wallets, because this is one product that you'll definitely want to add to your makeup bag.

If you're a big Hill fan, you know that she swears by L'Oréal's Carbon Black Mascara. Well, get ready, because that's all about to change. According to her Snapchats, Hill's new favorite mascara is L'Oréal's Voluminous Lash Paradise. Considering that it's from the same line as her previous favorite, this really doesn't come as a surprise. As of July 15, the mascara, which launched in May, is the newest from the brand. According to the website, it comes in four different shades and is meant for long and strong lashes that don't clump.

L'Oréal's Carbon Black Mascara, $8, Ulta; L'Oréal's Voluminous Lash Paradise, $10, Ulta

In her mini Snapchat review, Hill said in the social media video that she loves the way that is applies and layers. Although she didn't mention which shade she's been using, there's a good chance that it's Blackest Black. That's the shade she wears in her other favorite L'Oréal mascara as well. Ready for the best part? It's just $9.99. This is not a drill, my friend. You can get Hill-level lashes for under $10. You can pick the product up at Ulta, Walgreens, and CVS right now.

Jaclyn Hill Snapchat

As if the recommendation in itself wasn't enough, Hill then took it a step further to show her fans how well the mascara worked. She posted a photo of herself wearing the product, and it looked absolutely stunning. But don't just take my word for it — see for yourself.

Jaclyn Hill Snapchat

Hill isn't the only one who loves the mascara, either. Since the product came out in May, it's been getting great reviews. Here are what fans have to say about the product on Twitter, just in case Hill's advice wasn't already enough.

The proof is in the picture.

Dupe, you say?

Some people just trust Hill wholeheartedly.

The emoji says it all.


Budge proof too.

That's a bold statement.

Needless to say, this mascara is definitely worth a try.