The Mascara, Sephora

 

20160225_085213-1They don’t just call it “The Mascara” by coincidence, the developer of this product explained when you have this mascara you don’t need to look for “The One” anymore because it takes care of all your needs. The formula gives definition while lengthening and giving your lashes a lift. If that wasn’t enough itย guarantees 106% volume and length after 10 coats, and 195% more after 30 coats.

I could see the difference in volume, I took a picture wearing the mascara on just one eye so that you can see the difference and how it literally lifts my lashes to my brow! I am not one for falsies so I am really particular about my mascaras and I have to say this one is definitely a leader. I was completely in love with Givenchy’s Noir Couture but this one is taking the lead only because it does everything Noir Couture does but with a much nicer texture and formula that doesn’t cement to your lashes. Its more gummy therefore doesn’t flake and easy to clean off.

How does it do it?

  1. Ridges present in the bristles of the brush allow to properly grip the eyelashes to yield buildable results and a volume that intensifies with each coat.
  2. Thanks to its formula enriched with carnauba wax, it coats the lashes while being flexible.
  3. An acacia gum-based formula that secures and improves the resistance of mascara.

This mascara, all in one, offering intense volume, length and definition, and plus…it is long-lasting! That is why it is called THE Mascara.

It will be available in Sephora from March 1st and is priced at 95AED.

 

 

 

5 thoughts on “The Mascara, Sephora

    • Zohra x says:

      I generally don’t curl my lashes, maybe once or twice a year for events I will apply a layer of clear mascara and while it is wet curl them so it acts like a gel. Every day I just curl them with my mascara, just push them up with the wand, mine tend to stay but if yours dont try curling before with a layer of wet mascara.

      • Zohra x says:

        Yea you have to be careful, don’t go right on the root, and don’t keep it pressed in one spot. Press it close to the lashline and move it towards the end of the lashes and press it again. Keep moving and pressing little by little until you get to the end so you get a nice curl

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