L’Oreal Lash Architect 4D False Lash Effect Mascara Review

01 Jun

I really dislike false lashes, but love the effect of thicker longer lashes, so when I saw that L’Oreal were offering me 4D effect lashes with their Lash Architect4D False lash effect in 4 dimensions, I had to give it a go.

L’Oreal Say: Lashes look longer and thicker from every angle thanks to the ‘3D effect’ formula, while the patented spiral brush gives volume and separation from root to tip.  The exclusive spiral brush gives the appearance of magnified volume, spectacular length and redefined curl to your lashes. The Result: Dramatic false lash effect: an appearance of magnified volume, redefined curl and spectacular length

I was so ready to hate this product – but I love it!  It really works!

What surprised me most was that my eyelashes looked like I had used an eyelash curler (which I hadn’t) I have absolutely no eye makeup on in the attached photo other than this mascara.  You can see from the photo the difference it has made compared to my other eye which has nothing on it. (Sorry! My eyes look a little red – I had just removed what makeup I was wearing to try this out!).  I definetely think that my lashes look thicker and longer and have a redefined curl as L’Oreal would put it!!  You could leave the curlers at home.  Will have to get one in brown! And there’s a waterproof version according to the L’Oreal site but I didn’t see one in Superdrug.  Next Time!!

Currently on offer in Superdrug for €12.19

On the down side: although one cannot say with certainty that this product was or wasn’t tested on animals, L’Oreal is a company that is listed as testing on animals.

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Posted by on June 1, 2011 in Brands, L'Oreal, Mascara


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