Todays blog post comes from Felicity who blogs over at FelicityXOXO and she is reviewing the Loreal 4D Lash Architect Macara.
As I was browsing the Make Up stands in Boots for a new mascara, my eyes were diverted to a snazzy looking mascara on the Loreal stand, the '4D' packaging really stood out amongst the other mascaras, and the '£10.99' Offer sticker made it impossible to ignore. So clutching the Loreal 4D Lash Architect Mascara i strolled over to the till and couldn't wait to try my newest beauty buy.
The formula of this mascara is quite wet, so it does take a few applications to get used to applying it if you are used to using a more dry formula of mascara. However, i have been using this mascara for a couple of weeks now, and the formula has dried out slightly which makes it easier to apply.
The wand for this mascara is great, and gives you that false lash effect that we are all after. The wand is thin and gets even more skinnier and angled at the tip, which helps coat even the smallest eyelashes. There are quite a lot of bristles on the wand, which are fairly condensed,i've found this helps to seperate your lashes and gives them an even coating.
The packaging is simply gorgeous, definately one to stick poking out of your make up bag! It is such an unusual shape, and definitely embodies the 4D Architect look. I've never seen anything like it before, and it really stands out amongst the other mascaras on the shelves.
Overall I am really pleased with this Mascara. It gives my lashes length and curl, however I haven't found that it adds much volume. The Mascara lasts from morning until night on my lashes without flaking or smudging, which i have had problems with in the past with other mascaras. The only negative thing i'd say about this Mascara is that it does feel quite 'heavy' on your lashes, as the formula is quite thick, although this personally doesn't bother me.**
Thanks so much for the opportunity to feature on your blog Sabrina! :)
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Thank you so much Felicity for guest blogging and including some great images! For more great reviews and beautifully clear images head over to Felicityxoxo
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