Faking It: Mascaras That Give The Falsies Look

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It’s no secret that I’m a sucker for pretty packaging. Because I spent so much time judging this LORAC Multiplex 3D Lashes mascara ($22, on ulta.com) by its outside, I initially didn’t realize the real awesomeness was on the inside. The wand on this bad boy separates my lashes like no other. It’s a paraben-free mascara that’s gentle on my lashes and brings on the va-va-volume with only one coat!

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  • jenit:

    Since I have pittyful lashes…I am always trying mascara that will help me out…tried the falsies once…horrible experience….glue stuck eyelids together so I had a permanent wink all evening….Looking forward to testing some of these.

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  • bunchofmnms:

    2 words for me: Maybelline Falsies!

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  • Lisa M:

    I’ll have to try some of these

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  • nich:

    I use Maybelline Great Lash Lots of Lash. What about Beyond Mascara They’re Real by Benefit, http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P289307. That should have been on the list.

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  • hotchixrock:

    I love the power of good mascara! It opens your eyes and gives a fresh, youthful look to your face. But, it’s annoys me when models in mascara ads wear fake lashes. Isn’t that false advertisement?

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  • Crispy:

    heard of falsies but never tried

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  • OohLaLovie:

    Latisse and Revitalash are my ‘mascara’

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  • penelope:

    I want to try the fiber mascara from Sephora. I’m more of a mascara girl and I prefer length vs volume

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