Ok I was bored... and I know lots of girls are still out there looking for that elusive perfect mascara for them. For me, i've found it, but only after i've bought out pretty much the whole mascara aisle. I've decided to do a comparison to help you out. Just a bit of background info before we start: i'm Asian (but my grandmother was Russian, so I have been blessed with longer than usual eyelashes for an Asian :shame. What my lashes lack is volume and definitely curl. I've also always been in the mindset that Asian mascaras are for Asian people, who have very different lashes to other ethnicities, so they make mascaras best suited for Asian people. Because of that, the five mascaras i've rated here are all Asian brands. I've also curled my eyelashes with Shu Uemura's legendary eye lash curler. Just a small squeeze, i've done it for all pictures, even the one without mascara. With that said, here they are: From top to bottom (sorry the bottom one is cut off a bit, but they roll around!): The fabled Dejavu Fiberwig The... not so famous Cineora Long Lash Mascara The expensive Anna Sui Volume Mascara The risque-ly named Palgantong D-cup Mascara aaaaand the very long bottled Palgantong Perfect Long and Curl Mascara. Onto the comparison: The picture is uh... rather large, here is a direct link: http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m19/ad1_08/eyes.jpg My comments: while Fiberwig doesn't look like it does much, it is still my absolute favourite mascara for one reason: it does not move. Honest to God, I went to a cinema, cried my eyes out, and it didn't move. As long as you don't touch the lash in anyway (it comes right off with warm water and a bit of wiping on your part which is another reason why I like it) it won't move. I've always hated having mascara smudges under your eye. Anna Sui mascara just annoys me. It clumps and makes your lashes look short. My absolute winner out of all of these would be Palgantong Perfect Long and Curl... it doesn't clump, does what it claims to and adds volume. Only problem is it has issues staying on. Most of these mascaras can be found on Sasa.com. Any comments or questions, ask away .