Review: Loreal Telescopic Shocking Extensions Mascara

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Mascaras are very personal. Everyone tends to want different things from their mascara. For that reason, I really hesitated on doing this post. However, when I thought about how I felt the first time that I applied this mascara, I knew I couldn’t keep it a secret. Keep reading for my thoughts and pictures!

Loreal claims that their new mascara are “liquid extensions in a bottle.” Now if that doesn’t sound appealing, I don’t know what does! As you may be able to tell in the picture above, the brush has tons of tiny little bristles that are designed to catch every lash. This mascara does not claim to add any volume, just length.

In my opinion, the claims made by Loreal are quite accurate. This mascara makes my lashes look much longer. Check it out in the pictures below. By the way, don’t mind my scary eyebrows, it wasn’t a good eyebrow day for me.

My Naked Lashes

My Naked Lashes

 

One coat of mascara on my left (your right) lashes

One coat of mascara on my left (your right) lashes

 

Two coats of mascara on my left lashes

Two coats of mascara on my left lashes

 

Side view using two coats on both lashes

Side view using two coats on both lashes

I love this mascara because it really gives me length! On my lashes, I think length is more important than volume because it really helps to open my eyes up. I purchased the waterproof version and it does not flake or smudge on me. I have had previous flaking issues with other Loreal mascaras which made me hesitant to try this one, but I am glad that I tried it anyway.

Overall, I would definitely recommend this mascara if you like lengthening mascaras. It does not clump easily and not only adds length, but helps separate the lashes as well.

Final Grade: A+

Have you tried the new Loreal Telescopic Shocking Extensions mascara? How did it work out for you?

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