Product Review: L’Oréal False Lash Butterfly Mascara

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Package from L’Oréal

Four months ago L’Oréal Paris sent me these goodies for me to review particularly about their newest mascara the False Lash Butterfly. I maybe too late (sorry bout that), but here it goes…

Packaging:

The L’Oréal l False Lash Butterfly Mascara comes with an ordinary blue and silver mascara tube. What I love about the packaging of this product is the special wing tip brush which bristles are made of hard rubber like material that concentrates on lengthening and volumizing the lashes with easier application. This little winged tip also pulls those shorter lashes upwards and out giving you that false lash butterfly winged effect.

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About the Product:

L’Oréal Paris False Lash Butterfly Mascara is a mascara designed to help create dramatic lashes. The brush’s ergonomic shape is designed to closely hug the lash line and catch every lash, corner to corner, while the unique formula coats each lash fibre for fluttery volume and length. The formula contains cocoon-like fibers that wrap around lashes for a false lash effect.

Available in: Black and Waterproof Black.

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Where to buy:

You can buy this mascara at the beauty section of any SM department stores or at Watsons. Just look for the L’Oréal make-up stall.

Sample

Applied two coats of the False Lash Butterfly mascara on my left eye. (used a camera phone for this photo)

Overall:

The formula of this mascara is lighter than the other mascaras and doesn’t give the lashes that much of a crunchy texture. The general idea of this mascara is to provide a butterfly winged like effect which is somehow true as I apply it on my lashes.  It extend lashes as well as volumize them. Also, it doesn’t smudge, it’s long wearing and easy to remove using a make-up remover or just by soap and water.

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Photo from L’Oréal

Rate:

I’ll be rating this product 4/5! 🙂

XOXO,

Leah 🙂

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