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Mascara Blues

Mascara Blues

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Romance no Rinkaku, Watashi ga Watashi de Aru Tame ni: Nagai Yume
Japanese: マスカラブルース

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 3
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 28, 2005 to Nov 28, 2006
Genres: Shoujo
Authors: Sakisaka, Io (Story & Art)
Serialization: Deluxe Margaret

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Score: 7.161 (scored by 1972 users)
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Ranked: #72002
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Popularity: #2226
Members: 3,469
Favorites: 4
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Synopsis

1. Mascara Blues
2. Romance no Rinkaku
3. Watashi ga Watashi de Aru Tame ni: Nagai Yume

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More reviewsReviews

Sep 23, 2012
narutogirl94 (All reviews)
My first review and apparently the first review for this manga here.
So please go easy on me ^^"

First story:
For me , it was the most enjoyable. Realistic to an extent, where the girl is falling in love for the sake of just doing it not for the sake of actually falling inlove with that certain "someone". I like the idea of the sparkles, where she is tempted by the "shine" she sees but not what she truly feels. Because everytime she confesses the sparkle vanishes, the truth that has been disguised becomes revealed; she was never in love.
However when she sees her best read more
Oct 17, 2012
_Kaire (All reviews)
After falling in love with Ao Haru Ride and Strobe Edge, I decided to have a look at Sakisaka Io's previous works, starting with Mascara Blues.
This one-shot was published in 2007, along with the first volumes of Strobe Edge; Sakisaka's flawless trait is already recognizable, as is her sensibility in dealing with both simple love stories (chapter #2) and touchy subjects (chapter #3). In a handful of pages, the mangaka manages to effectively outline the personality of many characters and to develop a realistic narration; even though they don't feel rushed as they are, I believe each story could have easily been made into read more

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