|Would buy this product again.||63%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Normally I use Dior but with the economy, Im looking for ways to cutback so I used this for the first time yesterday. I was skeptical because I have used tube lash mascaras before and removal is near to impossible.
This mascara went on clean not clumpy. My lashes appeared longer. Not as thick as I like, but maybe if I applied more coats of the mascara, Im a one coat girl.
I wore the mascara all day, even rubbing my eyes, no smudges beneath my eyes. It stayed on and looked fresh all day.
The removal amazed me...so easy. I used makeup remover sheets. I just placed it on my eye, let it sit for about 10 seconds and then wiped it away. very simple.
The only drawback I see to this mascara is that I can see is that the wands are shorter than I like....
I'll probably repurchase.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is the worst mascara that I have ever purchased. I was only able to use it twice before the brush became so saturated with product that it was not useable. The mascara was so thick on the brush, I could not even see the bristles. Save yourself the time and money and do not purchase this mascara.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is my FAVORITE mascara. I've had bad experiences with base coats in the past, but I was too curious to pass this one up. It significantly lengthens my lashes but looks natural enough for everyday wear. It never clumps or flakes and looks great all day. Many times I've put this mascara on in the morning for work and kept it on for going out at night with no problems. I love that there's no waiting for the base coat to dry; one quick coat of each and you're out the door. You MUST try this product!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love mascaras that have both the first white coat and the black coat. I think the combo works quite well and L`Oreal`s double extension mascara has brushes that give my lashes the max curl I`ve ever gotten with any other mascaras.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This does exactly as it says, so it's a good mascara. I actually like to use this on my lower lashes only to achieve the sort of 60's/70's look when the lower lashes were the same length as the upper lashes. It's weird taking this off because the tubes come off and it looks like your cotton ball is full of eyelashes.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I love this mascara mainly because it does not wear off during the day AND it washes off easily! It seemed like every mascara I used (even waterproof) would leave smudges under my eyes, but not this one! I wanted a long-wearing mascara but I HATE waterproof mascaras since they are such a pain in the butt to take off! This mascara gives me the best of both worlds. Lengthens my full-but-short lashes very well. It can get clumpy, but that's the only negative thing I have to say about it!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I thought this mascara was honestly the best mascara I've ever had. I have short lashes and once I got the knack for how to apply this, my lashes are longer than other mascaras I've tried. (don't expect miracles but it really is better than what's out there). And also really important, is that you avoid the whole raccoon eye thing when you wash it off. The tubes just fall in the sink and no black stuff left on your face! No need for make-up remover! This is the only brand of "tubing" mascara I've tried but now I'm going to have to try others so I can compare.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I have thin lashes so I use mascara daily. No matter what mascara I've used - water proof or not, I end up with darkness under my eyes at the end of the day from the product. Tubing is the way to go for me. Personally, the best I have found is at Sephora and it's by Kiss Me. A great brush for application of a lash tube product. But, I ran out and I don't live close to Sephora and I'm not a super avid web shopper so I tried L'Orealy DEBT. The brush bristles are not as compact as Kiss Me, so the product absolutley can make lashes spidery if not carefully and delicately applied. Because I've used the Kiss Me brand (which does not have this primer nonsense) I tried the primer once and failed, then just used the L'Oreal product mascara alone with better results. I tend to be on the more natural end of the spectrum so just using the 'dark side' yielded much better results for me. I almost with I kept the Kiss Me wand to use in the L'Oreal. Long story short, no mess under my eyes, truly does not rub off, but washes off with such ease when ready. I will buy this again for my casual use - and unfortunately use without the unnecessary primer - kind of a waste, IMO.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
It is a ok mascara. I does give your lashes lenghth, but also it drags your eyelashes down immediately once you put it on your lashes. The trick of using this mascara is that after you applying the white base mascara on your lashes, you cannot immediately apply the blace side until you wait the bace coast change from white to clear completely. If you wait, you will see the difference.
another pro about this mascara, its 100% smudgeproof and also it can be easily removed by warm water. So it wont be a disaster for removing makeup at night.
but since i really care about the holding curl funtion of mascara, wont purchase it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
I have conditional love for this, but for arguments sake we'll say it's repurchase-worthy. I have naturally long, thick lashes and habitually wear mascara to make them obscenely so; but because of my birthright, I don't need tremendous amounts of either volumizing or lengthening in order to achieve the desired effect. I can see how this mascara might be underwhelming for people looking for a life-or-death lash boost -- it made mine look somehow thinner, and gave a very light, fluttery-feathery look to them.
PROS: nice look, does *not* irritate my hypersentive and be-contact-ed eyes, no flaking, removal does not require me to claw at the sensitive skin around my eyes (this: huge perk. Huge.), it really is lengthening on me -- with just a slight brow furrow I can feel my lashes just under my brows when blinking, does not have heavy feeling that I've found occurs with other primer/'scara duos -- quite light, actually.
UN-PROS (which are not necessarily bad enough to make them proper cons): If you get too much primer on your lashes, you will have to apply multiple coats of the 'scara in order to overcome the resulting grey tone -- in my book, this is not nearly black enough, the packaging is stupid and requires you to navigate around your nose with the thickest part of the tube, makes my lashes feel weirdly dry and brittle while it's on.
Provided this does not cause breakage, or begin to clump badly over the next few weeks I will happily continue to use it, but I'm not prepared to sacrifice lambs on its alter or anything like that.