et are; that it has an exclusive Jet Glide brush with Flexi-fine bristles loads on big bang volume so fast, there is no time for clumps! The smooth formula keeps lashes looking sleek and even. And for The Falsies; False lash glam in a tube, Instantly! The first spoon brush. Lashes appear up to 3x more visible, corner-to-corner, no gaps. These are hard claims to beat.
On the right are two pictures of the tubes, The Rocket on the left and The Falsies on the right. From the top picture you can see that The Rocket holds more product, for the same price. 0.6 ml to be exact. Yes I know that 0.6 ml isn't much, but it all adds up.
Wands! They come down to personal preference so I will just describe them instead of rate them. On the right the one above is The Falsies and the one below it is The Rocket. First of all, one has more bristly brushes which give a less spiky look but sometimes end up producing more clumps ( The Falsies don't say 'Clump Free' but The Rocket does). Also The Rocket has a straight brush but
I applied both mascaras on each eye but unfortunately do not have any pics. I believe that The Rocket makes longer lashes but only by the tiniest amount and it created spikier less natural looking lashes, which is down to preference. Volume wise, The Falsies is better since it glues the
Clumps. I didn't really have a problem with clumps this time, but in the past The Falsies has clumped a little bit. Luckily, The Rocket has kept to its claims and created finer non-clumpy lashes.
Lastly is gaps. I don't believe that this is a huge issue but seeing as it is part of the claims in The Falsies, I think that I should touch on it. Really, I think that it is better with The Rocket but probably down to the fact
From my point of view, The Rocket is better. But that is up to what I look for in a mascara, I don't mind as much if they look less natural and spiky. I hope that this helps make up your mind from the two. Feel free to ask me any questions.