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Mascara L'Oréal - Double Extension N°570 Noir
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- L'Oreal Paris Double Extend Beauty Tubes Mascara, Black, 0.17-Fluid Ounce
- 0.33 oz
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Description du produit
Two-in-one mascara combining a Fortifying Extender base coat with a Color Magnifier top coat to take lashes to new lengths with rich color that won't run, clump, flake or smudge;Ultra-nourishing base coat infused with Ceramide R and D-Panthenol protects and strengthens lashes;Ophthalmologist and allergy-tested; suitable for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers;See up to 80% longer-looking, nourished lashes;Washable mascara;Two-in-one mascara combining a Fortifying Extender base coat with a Color Magnifier top coat to take lashes to new lengths with rich color that won't run, clump, flake or smudge;Ultra-nourishing base coat infused with Ceramide R and D-Panthenol protects and strengthens lashes;Ophthalmologist and allergy-tested; suitable for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers;See up to 80% longer-looking, nourished lashes;Washable mascara
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This mascara is my absolute favorite.
It takes me a while to put it on because I'm very dedicated to making my lashes look as perfect as they can look but it's very worth it. It stays on all day and doesn't flake at all.
I apply the white one a ton of times to lengthen them and separate them and then once I feel that they look long enough, I start applying the black and then sometimes I even go over it with the white again and then the black again if I want them to look thicker. I also use an unused mascara brush thing to separate them once I have applied the black mascara because they tend to stick together like most do.
It's extremely easy to remove. You don't even need makeup remover. I cup warm water in my hands and hold it over my eyes and repeat that a few times and then I take my thumb and index finger and gently pull and the mascara literally slides off of my eyelashes. It's that easy. You don't have to clean off any black left over, it just comes right off and that's one of my favorite things about it.
I've been using it for years and I'm never going to switch so I really hope that they never stop making it.
Sorry for the long review. I just love this stuff.
1. This mascara WORKS! BUT...yes it's time to talk about my BUT (wink) You MUST start with the white mascara FIRST!
2. Use a very small amount! When you first use it, it's going to be thick and creamy (because it's new) apply 2 -3 THIN layers
3. DO NOT LET THE WHITE "STUFF" DRY! I can't say this enough, DO NOT LET THE WHITE "STUFF" DRY! If you let the white mascara dry then put your color on you will have "Spider lashes" this is NOT a cute look!
4. Once you have applied the white mascara NOW apply the black, brown or whatever color you want. I only need to apply 2 thin layers of color.
5. Do not be scared the first step is white, you will cover it with the color.
6. Go out into the world and enjoy your sexy full lashes.
**NOTE Do not wash your face with this mascara in the bathtub because this mascara "wraps around" your lashes when they get wet the mascara SLIDES OFF. It ends up floating in the bath water and it's just messy. Wash your face in the shower or sink and always clean up after washing this mascara off it doesn't sink like other mascara do.**
you have to understand that its not normal mascara. it works differently.
its like fake eyelashes that you encase your own lashs in. its genius really.
Heres the thing about this stuff- Its a time switcharoo.
You know how normal mascara is quick and easy to put on- but is a pain to get off or comes off when you don't want? well this stuff is the opposite. it stays put, it comes off miraculously clean and easy, doesn't flake and run into your eyes and on your face- but its takes a lil extra time to get it on right.
so it switched the time used from taking it off to putting it on. see what im sayin?
So its all about which one is better for you- do you require the fastest morning prep imaginable and only have time to slap mascara on in one second while looking in the car mirror on your commute but have all night to oil and scrub and ice your irritated eyes at night? then this isn't for you. If you aren't in a rush and you are competent enough to know how to accurately apply mascara- but really really despise the work and raccoon eyes and redness of the removal process- this is your golden ticket.
also- GREAT for sensitive eyes and contact wearers (like me).
I actually had to stop wearing mascara because my eyes just turned into itchy irritated messes every time I wore it. and removing it always left the delicate skin around my eyes red and puffy no matter what I used. but if you don't scrub away - you wake up with black lines around your eyes. always. (not good for keeping wrinkles away either to have to rub and wipe your eyes so much!)
I just take a wet paper towel, hold it over my eye to let the lashe tubes soak up the water- then just wipe the tubes away gently, or lightly pinch and pull with your fingertips and wallah. gone.
because like i said- its not a wax you paint on, its something that actually encases yoru lash. It sets and becomes this little tube that just pulls away with nothing left behind. no more pulling at your delicate skin and no need for makeup removers. make up removers always burn my skin and eyes- so I switched to just good old olive or coconut oil- but I always ended up getting a little of the oil in my eyes so I could only ever take my maekup off with my contacts removed and even then my eyes would always be nasty in the morning and just..ugh. btu this stuff- not a fleck, not a drop, not a trace of mascara anywhere after just a little water and soft wiping or pinching. brilliant.
And if that wasn't enough- the length and girth this gives my lashes is like no other mascara ive ever used. it looks like im wearing fake lashes (in a good way!).
So the part everyone complains about is that its kind of sucks to put on. and its true- but like i said- its just a time switch. more time putting on, less time taking off.
Ok, so, be sure to comb and curl your lashes to get them all untangled- this will help with clumping. start with the white stuff. really really wipe that wand off on the sides of the tube opening. I scrape the entire tube off until youd think theres nothing left on it. then apply it well, and have a safety pin handy to separate clumped lashes before they dry. this stuff clumps. but its SO worth it to give it trudge through the declumping process. work one eye at a time because you don't want it drying before its all declumped. it dries pretty stiff.
and if you REALLY hate the white stuff- you don't need it. I went to the site and learned that its only there to give girth. apparently without it you don't get that full lash look that buyers wanted so they added the white step. its not necessary for the "tubing" process.
then do the same with the mascara itself- really scrape off excess from the applicator. and work one eye at a time to declump before drying. And yes, you have to be sure you cover the white which takes some more TLC. but again- worth it.
I read a review that someone said they could feel it on their lashes- if you don't declump and separate your lashes- I can see where this would happen. its a thick coating. but I ALWAYS feel my mascara and I hate the way it feels on me- I have no complaints with this stuff at all. like I said though- I take the extra care and time when applying though so that the stuff doesn't set in clumps.
And it lasts. I mean, I feel like this stuff is impenetrable. it lasts mor ethan all day. dont sleep in it. no no no. you shouldn't ever sleep in mascara to begin with. but ya know, sometimes, ugh, you just fall asleep. and I did. and I woke up and my lashes were clumped together all Tammy Faye Baker style. felt and looked disgusting. BUT- it hadn't ran or flaked or came off on my face of pillow- the lashes just clumped together. and it came of just as easily as always- just a wet paper towel. so, in a way- that's kind of remarkable.
ive ben in sweaty humidity, steamy baths and showers, and it stays put. I have never swam in it though. I don't swim in makeup anyway. its not labeled for waterproof- and it comes off easily with water but I did read a reviewer say they swam with it and it was fine. so I don't know.
Its not just a swipe swipe ordeal.
But in my opinion- its worth it. With the way it looks, the way it feels, the way it lasts, and the ease and nonirritating way it comes off. Its the best mascara ive ever used. and ive tried countless types and brands. ive even made my own before. this one is the best.
and its not like it takes an hour to do- i successfully apply it to both eyes in just a couple minutes.
oh and also- people that say they are losing eyelashes because of this:
1. the tubes that come off look like your lashes- so its possible people mistake these tubes for lashes.
2. they might be pulling at their own lashes way too hard. that is completely unnecessary. just get the lashes wet- and softly slide the tubes off. if you have to pull so hard that youre pulling out your lashes- you just aren't getting them wet enough. put a wet paper towel or wash cloth over them and let them soak the water. you need no force at all.
3. you lose lashes all the time. like brushing your hair and getting hairs in yoru brush- it happens. it will happen with normal mascara when you rub it off to. it will happen if you rub your eyes without any makeup at all on. just sayin.
ok, that's my review.
So Ive been using this for about 5 months now and I have to say it only gets better.
Ive gotten to the point where I can put this on as quickly and easily as normal mascara. Don't ask me how- its just ...somehow...easier. Like I figured out the subtle ways to move the wand and keep it from clumping.
I no longer need a pin handy to separate and it takes me half the time it used- which wasn't much time to begin with.
ALSO- This is super amazing so listen up.
I decided to do an experiment.
I recently started teaching myself to sleep on my back. for lots of reasons- wrinkles, back and neck issues, so on. its supposed to be the healthiest way to sleep. So im trying it out and I really do feel better in a lot of ways- But anyway- So I started trying out sleeping in this mascara- since the reason it was horrible before was because I slept on my side and it clumped it all up.
And I have gotten to the point where i can wear this mascara for a week at a time.
Im sure this is not recommended by the manufacturer but this mascara DOES NOT BUDGE so I thought- why the heck not? im sleeping on my back so it doesn't clump it- lets see how long this stuff stays on!
Of course- keep in mind- in order to do this trick- I use face wipes only to wash my face or my oil and wash cloth trick. No water. The face wipes don't take it off- even when im removing eye makeup. I haven't tried the oil around my eyes yet though to see if it stays put.
So its super useful for vacations. or weekend trips, camping even. I love it for vacations with my boyfriend when face washing is usually nothing but a quick face wipe time in bed anyway. I can wake up and have mascara on.
And still no irritation. Ive never had a mascara that didn't irritate my eyes.
Its still a miracle and keeps getting better.
I consider this the affordable DIY answer to eyelash extensions.
And that is such an awesome thing to exist.
K. Im done ranting like a lunatic about mascara. But someone had to do it.