Maybelline New York Volum’ Express Falsies Flared Washable Mascara, Very Black 287, 0.31-fluid Ounce

March 3, 2016 - Comment

Now, false lash glam goes flared. Up, out and over the top, instantly. Our exclusive spoon brush loads lashes with massive volume and presses them into a flared arch while our flexible-hold formula with pro-key fiber provides a lasting curve. Product Features Volumizes lashes up and out for a flared false lash effect Spoon curler

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Now, false lash glam goes flared. Up, out and over the top, instantly. Our exclusive spoon brush loads lashes with massive volume and presses them into a flared arch while our flexible-hold formula with pro-key fiber provides a lasting curve.

Product Features

  • Volumizes lashes up and out for a flared false lash effect
  • Spoon curler brush with unique flexible wand lifts and separates
  • Flexible-hold formula

Comments

TigerLilyPearl says:

Disappointed I bought this because I love Great Lash and Lash Stiletto, however, this mascara didn’t add amymore volume or flare to my thinnish and shortish lashes than regular mascara. I found it to be flaky and irritating as well. Sadly disappointed and will stick with L’Oreal Voluminous for that purpose for now.

Not Telling says:

I didn’t have a problem with it flaking. Nor did it have a funky smell. It didn’t clump either, and the wand also wasn’t a problem.But my sister and I both discovered that when you try to wash this supposed-washable stuff off, our eyelashes actually started coming out! We love every other mascara from Maybelline but we will never buy this one again. And I was so excited too to find a mascara that was supposed to give that flared look, but it didn’t even do that.

HhGilliland says:

Scented I love the “Falsies” line. I have not had the experience with flaking, and I feel that even just one coat does a great job making my lashes fuller and look longer. It’s not like wearing false lashes, but I still like it! I agree with other users that this “Falsies Flared” is not really different from the regular “Falsies.” But again, it does a good job. 

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