Thursday, May 5, 2011
Revlon Custom Eyes Mascara Review
I am slowly becoming a mascara addict. It looks like mascara is all I can think about lately. Can't believe how a few years ago, I would not even consider looking at them while browsing the beauty section of my favorite mall. I had reasons like it would make my lashes look gaudy, it's going to be tough to get rid of it, and the popular "it will gives me panda eyes!"
Those days are mere distant memories... barely something that I would want to give a penny to. I love mascaras.. and I think it's slowly becoming a staple in every woman's bag with all these releases of mascaras in the market. It's only a few months ago that I was fiddling nonstop with the Revlon Grow Luscious Mascara and here they go coming up with a new one.
And it's quite sleek, too, and totally different from the rest of mascara that I love. Hello, it has dials on it! Tres magnifique!
Revlon's first mascara with an adjustable bristle brush gives you
2 looks in 2 with a simple twist of a dial.
Let's talk about the the dials, shall we?
To use the dials, i simply just have to turn the cap to either dial 1 or 2. It's really easy. :)
On dial 1, the bristles are properly aligned to give the lashes a clean application. This help lashes look longer and give dramatic effects as provided in our nifty little purple plastic box.
While dial 2 stagger the bristles to give that long and defined lashes. It combs through every lash and costs it evenly.
The consistency is like a typical Revlon mascara like Grow Luscious and Double Twist. Not too dry or too creamy. :)
Trivia: Do you know you can use your mascara as a gel liner? :) Yes, you can!
What I love...
- Really lengthens the lashes.
- Provides clean application
- Lessens clumping
- No panda eyes when removing it
- Easy to use
What I don't..
- mascara tends to break or loosen at the end of the day
But I only recommend this if...
- You're a mascara addict like me!
- You have sparse lashes and want longer looking lashes
- You love well-defined lashes
- you want a mascara that literally has double use
|bare right lashes, dial 1 left lashes|
|used both dials on both lashes, using dial 1 first and then 2.|
love how it makes my lashes look longer and thicker. :)
What mascara have you been playing with lately?