This is an incredible product. After I experienced a significant amount of lash-loss following consistent use of waterproof mascara, I decided to give this a try in order to restore my lashes to their former glory. It far exceeded my expectations. My lashes have always been long (prompting people to constantly ask me if they're false), but now they are even LONGER (not to mention thicker) and don't fall our nearly as often. They are in better condition than they have ever been. The only downside to this product (besides cost) is the fact that once you stop using it, your lashes tend to go back to their pre-Talika state. Overall, however, this product has impressed me. I'll be using it permanently.
Eye Makeup Remover -Lancome - Bi-Facil Double Action Eye Make-up Remover
girlkicksboy 1/12/2008 6:43:00 PM
This product is, without question, my HG. I always use waterproof mascaras, and using regular makeup removers causes my eyelashes to consistently fall out from the effort. This product instantly softens waterproof mascara and requires little to no pressure to remove the makeup. It smells like roses and leaves the skin around my eye feeling great. This will always have a place in my skin care regime.
I have long, straight lashes. Stick straight, to be exact. This is the only mascara I have ever found in all my years of searching that will NOT cause the curl to fall from my lashes after I use a curler. That is my biggest concern. I use the waterproof kind to ensure the mascara will dry faster, giving it less time to lose the curl. I rated this a 4 because after spending 6+ years looking for a good curling mascara and finally finding one, I have to be happy with what I can get. People ask me all the time what mascara I use because they seem to be so impressed with my lashes. I on the other hand have noticed that this mascara will consistently cause my eyelashes to FALL OUT if I use the same tube longer than a month. The waterproof kind is VERY waterproof, and takes some work to remove. I've also noticed my lashes seem thinner and shorter than they used to. Whether or not this is attributed to the mascara I don't know.