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  • I decided to just stick with the regular since waterproof is often difficult to remove
  • I paid around $10 for the tube of mascara, which is pretty typical for a drugstore brand
  • The problem was that the mascara was so tick that it was clumping on my lashes
  • Other than that, I like this mascara for reaching those tiny lashes and giving my lashes a fanned out look
  • I would recommend this product overall, despite its flaws

    • by mariekay
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      I saw a commercial for this mascara on TV, and I immediately went out and purchased it. I had never seen anything like it in the past, and I have tries a lot of different mascaras. This one has a tiny brush on the end that resembles a spiky little ball rather than the typical shaped mascara brush. The theory is that by using such a small brush, you would be able to reach each and every lash as opposed to using a large brush. I liked the idea of that because I have often found it difficult to reach those tiny inner lashes with a big brush without making a big mess. I also liked that it was by L’Oreal, a brand that I was usually pleased with.

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      mascara came in regular and waterproof. I decided to just stick with the regular since waterproof is often difficult to remove. I paid around $10 for the tube of mascara, which is pretty typical for a drugstore brand. The product comes in a red tube with a black top. When I got home I opened it up and tried it out. The brush was strange looking and not at all what I was used to. The mascara itself was very thick, especially for a new tube. The mascara resembled a 6 month old tube of mascara that has hardened up a bit. Most brand-new mascaras are more of a liquid than a solid. Nonetheless, I applied it to my lashes. The brush did a ...

      • good job of getting all the lashes coated with the mascara. Even those corner ones were a cinch with this tiny wand and brush. The problem was that the mascara was so tick that it was clumping on my lashes. I had to use a lash comb to separate the lashes and get rid of the clumps.

        I didn’t want to give up on the mascara since I did find the brush handy, so the next time I used it, I wiped some of the excess mascara on the inside of the tube in order to remove it from the brush. This time my application went better, and I had a this layer of mascara coating my lashes. The brush allowed me to cover those tiny lashes in

        the corners, and also the outer ones for a nice fanned out look. I liked the look of the mascara, and also how it held the curl of my lashes and stayed fresh-looking all day.

        After using this mascara for a while, I realized that it actually works best when used as a supplement to other mascaras. Now I use my volumizing mascara on my lashes, and follow up with the L’Oreal Telescopic Explosion for the inner and outer corners. I have to always remember to wipe some of the mascara off the brush or it will clump. Other than that, I like this mascara for reaching those tiny lashes and giving my lashes a fanned out look. I would recommend this product overall, despite its flaws.




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