Maybelline Great Lash Curved – Very Black

April 7, 2015 - Comment

Great lash’s lash doubling formula glides on smooth to build great looking lashes. Curved brush lifts and curls each lash. Contact lens safe and hypoallergenic. Product Features Washable mascara glides on smoothly with a curved brush Doubles lash size as it conditions Hypoallergenic; safe for contact lens wearers Brush won’t cause clumping

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Great lash’s lash doubling formula glides on smooth to build great looking lashes. Curved brush lifts and curls each lash. Contact lens safe and hypoallergenic.

Product Features

  • Washable mascara glides on smoothly with a curved brush
  • Doubles lash size as it conditions
  • Hypoallergenic; safe for contact lens wearers
  • Brush won’t cause clumping

Comments

mslesliebug says:

Been Using this same one since 2006 I LOVE this mascara so much that I have been wearing it since 2006! I have tried all kinds of other ones but I always come right back to this. I usually buy it at Target in person and usually pay ~$3 per tube. I love the curved brush because it curls my eyelashes up and separates them well. People are always telling me how long and beautiful my lashes are but I never tell them my secret. I DON’T really have long eyelashes at all! Give it a try. Worst case- you’re out $3-$4.

goldendoodle says:

Using for yrs My daughter and I have used this mascara for yrs. We especially love the curved brush. I have moved on to the L’Oreal Voluminous Mascara, but the smell is not good and it is much more expensive than Maybelline. I am happy that Maybelline still makes a mascara that works well and is reasonable in price.

Charitus says:

Always a good mascara I’ve been using this mascara ever since I was a teenager. It goes on easy, hardly clumps, it’s not dry inside the tube like a lot of other mascaras. It’s very moist, there’s a lot of fluid inside and the brush gets coated well. It washes off easy and has never irritated my eyes while using contact lenses.

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