Clueless Fashionista: Beauty product test drive…Loreal Lash Architect Mascara
Sunday, October 10, 2010

 
By Ashia Sims
 
Well let the beauty product testing begin!
 
I saw a review on this product on the website, www.totalbeauty.com and it was so good that I decided to try this mascara out. I don’t have very long or thick lashes so I am always looking for a mascara that’s going to truly extend and highlight them but I don’t like clumps. 
 
I usually wear Great Lash Mascara by Maybelline but I am definitely open to suggestions. Well when I saw the review, I stopped by Ulta and picked up the Loreal Lash Architect Mascara in brownish black.
 
I’ve been using it for a few weeks and it’s wonderful! It doesn’t overpower my lashes. It does a great job of extending them but without the clutter. It’s also a fairly clean mascara. It doesn’t get all over the place when you apply it. (that is unless you drop the mascara wand on your cheek. I’m not saying. I’m just saying.) The only thing I had to work with a little was the mascara brush. It was a bit longer than the Great Lash brush but once I got the hang of it, I was off and running.
 
I would definitely recommend you give this mascara a try, especially if you’re looking for something that works well for every day use. It cost me about $8 so it’s not very expensive and it has great staying power.
 
 
Ashia Sims is a  writer and blogger that works in television and film production. Clueless Fashionista is dedicated to making fashion fun and easy to understand. 
Visit her website at  www.ashiasims.com and blog at http://cluelessfashionista.com/. 

This article was originally printed in the October 10, 2010 - October 23, 2010 edition.

 

 

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