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Ladies love drama and I'm not just talking about the tabloid variety; they love dramatic lashes! Long, thick, noticeable lashes are much desired by many women. It seems every day a new mascara is launched to help achieve this look. Who wouldn't love the seductive look you see on nearly every mascara commercial?
Celebrity makeup artist and owner of Flawless Makeup Art, Joy Randall, is a fan of DiorShow. She says it "always gives long, luscious, full lashes." She also says, "The brush design will make the lashes look dramatically different whether it's volume or length you need."
Make Up For Ever Smoky Lash Mascara
Alison Caporimo with "Allure" magazine says Make Up For Ever Smoky Lash Mascara is a dramatic product that's perfect for night time. She adds, "it makes lashes dark and superthick." Are you a Twilight fan and desire lashes like Kristen Stewart, aka Bella? If so, this is your mascara. Robin Mathews, the woman behind Bella's makeup, told "Allure" magazine, that this mascara added a "significant punch to her eyes." If Bella Swan's eyes can attract vampires and werewolves, just imagine if you were to wear this mascara!
Bare Escentuals Buxom Lash
"Women's Health" magazine was right when it said, " When it comes to looking and feeling pretty, the eyes have it." New York makeup artist Raychel Wade told the magazine, "A wider spool with separated bristles will help cover each strand without clumps, and allow you to apply multiple coats to build thicker fringe." Its suggestion is Bare Escentuals Buxom Lash. This product is a "green" mascara, which means it lacks ingredients such as parabens, sulfates, synthetic fragrances and dyes. This is a positive for women who like to live a green lifestyle. "Buxom" claims to last up to 12 hours with no flakiness. Sounds like a winner!
Chanel Inimitable Intense Mascara
Chanel's Inimitable Intense Mascara claims that "Lashes appear longer, thicker and more curled, yet each lash, even the finest, is still precisely separated--without clumping, spiking or flaking." Alison Caporimo from "Allure" magazine says this mascara looks full and separated and adds, "The deep cabernet Rouge Noir shade is a very cool twist on basic black."