Mascara is our secret weapon for turning up the allure on our look, but nothing can ruin our finished glam more than a mascara that causes irritation, leading to teary eyes and runny eye makeup.

Fortunately, there are innovative formulas free of harsh ingredients that offer longwear coverage. Check out the best mascaras for sensitive eyes below.

Glo Skin Beauty Water Resistant Mascara $22

Unlike other mascaras, this triple-threat formula lengthens and volumizes lashes without flaking off. It’s waterproof and creates a barrier around your lashes, so your eyes stay free of redness.

Physicians Formula Lash Mixologist 3-In-1 Mascara $13.49

When looking for a formula that’s safe for sensitive eyes, allergist Dr. LanAnh recommends looking for the word “hypoallergenic,” which means that it won’t cause an allergic reaction. This option features two safe formulas that allow you to customize your lashes with the perfect amount of volume and length.

Crunchi Lashes For Days Mascara $28

The gluten-free and toxin-free mascara uses green tea fibers to define, shape, lengthen, and volumize the lashes without making you teary-eyed.

Neutrogena Healthy Lengths Mascara $8.99

Vitamin E and olive oil condition and strengthen your lashes with this ophthalmologist-tested formula that is also safe for contact lens wearers.

Blinc Mascara $26

Clinically tested to be non-irritating, this mascara can last through both a barre class and through the latest episode of This Is Us.

Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes 4-in-1 Mascara $23

Vegan, hypoallergenic, and optometrist and dermatologist-tested – the mascara is safe for your eyes and lashes and uses a 360-degree magniLASH wand that separates individual lashes for a full and dramatic look.

Pacifica Beauty Stellar Gaze Mascara $14

This mascara is known for its natural finish and cruelty-free formula, and it also contains coconut oil and vitamin B to deliver conditioned lashes with every wear.

Chanel Le Volume de Chanel Mascara $32

Natural beeswax coats the lashes with luscious color in just one stroke while also protecting the eyes from becoming red and itchy.

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xx, The FabFitFun Team