Monday, December 10, 2007

Good mascara makes you pretty: Prescriptives False Eyelashes Plush Mascara



Three good things about getting over the 80s:
1. Lynda Evans is no longer a sex symbol.
2. Madonna has stopped taking off her clothes in public.
3. Good mascara is easy to find.

Prescriptives False Eyelashes Plush Mascara is a good example. Despite the name, it won't make your lashes look fake, but it will greatly enhance them and provide lots of lush volume, a little extra length and will hold a curl better than most formulas with similar features because of its thicker than average texture that sculpts the lashes.

The brush is quite dense and coats the lashes well, though you need to keep it clean to avoid caking. Same goes for the tube's opening. Since the mascara is so thick, the parts that get more exposed to air tend to dry quickly and form clumps on the tube or on the brush. As long as you gently wipe the brush and the tube's neck, they will not transfer to your lashes.

Being quick to dry also means that there's no dotting and smearing. The mascara stays put until removed, and doesn't resist either one of my favorite cleansers: Lancome Bi-Facil and Almay eye makeup removing pads.

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