NYX is giving away free mascara this weekend, and here’s how you can get one
The glow-up starts now
If you’ve been scraping your brush up and down the sides of your last dried out bottle of mascara, adding a drop of water to make it "last longer" or heating it with a lighter to get those lingering half-drips out, you have a choice to make.
Do you really want to risk scraping your own eye out with a dusty-ass brush or getting an infection because you were too lazy to change tubes? No. You're an adult now. You have a wallet, you have a credit card (even if it's your parents') and you have standards. You also literally don't have to pay anything.
This Saturday, NYX is giving away free tubes of its brand-new Worth the Hype mascara, which basically gives you extensions without all the added glue and work. Look at this eye with it and then without it:
There are 42 NYX stores participating in the event, which means there's definitely one near you.
Of course it's a while supplies last thing, so be sure to get there first, but promise not to trample anybody for it. Remember the MAC fiasco? It's free, so it's probably not worth somebody's life.
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