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Lancome makes the best mascara in the world
I wear a lot of mascara, and I've tried every brand. Not one comes close in terms of quality, living up to its claims, length of wear, or value. Even though you may pay $24-$25 for one mascara, it will last longer than any 3 drugstore brands. Definicils is the most basic, and it lengthens and separates; it stays on even when I put a few drops of contact wetting solution in my eyes -- and that's not even the waterproof variety. Their waterproof version is also great. Fortunately, they have the absolute best eye-makeup remover available -- takes everything of with no rubbing and washes off with no greasy feeoing. I love Lancome.
March 9, 2010
For teens and 20-something's ONLY!
I didn't even realize I HAD lipstick lines until I tried CoverGirl Outlast Lip Stain. I've used glosses, lipsticks, plumpers, and never had a problem! The moment I put this lip stain on, I had vertical grooves up to my nose and down to my chin ... I looked like Heath Ledger as "The Joker." I tried again using clear lipliner, and the result was a little better, but I suggest that this stuff is best left to those with not even a large pore anywhere near their lips. Fortunately, it doesn't live up to its claims, and you can wipe it right off. So for quality, length of wear, and value, I'll stick with CoverGirl Outlast Double Lipshine ... it may get a little dry by the end of the day, but it doesn't go up into lip lines, and it stays on through almost anything. I would suggest touching it up with another lipstick similar in color during the day so it doesn't look so dry around the lipline.
March 2, 2010
Try Rapid Lash for less than half the price!
I've been using Rapid Lash since the beginning of December, so it's been almost 3 months. It costs $49 on a popular co-line drug store site, doesn't have the potential dangerous vision side effects of Latisse, and it actually works if you give it time. I noticed that my lashes were longer within 6 weeks. You just have to wait for it to work, but at $49 vs. $125, it's certainly worth a shot. I understand that it irritates some people's eyelids, but somebody's going to be allergic to one thing or another; too bad they don't have a sample size.
February 26, 2010
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