L'Oreal False Lash | Telescopic Mascara Review

I've been quite loyal to mascaras for a while now, only using the same one or two day in day out. I was happy with the results even though the price was a little steep. It was recently however that I felt like I needed to try something different and that something ended up being L'Oreal Paris False Lash Telescopic Mascara. I don't think I've ever used a L'Oreal mascara before but this particular one had pretty good reviews and I could quickly see why...

The Telescopic False Lash mascara is all about the lengthening and separating, giving you 60% longer looking lashes. Although my natural lashes aren't mega short, they are very fair and very straight so I was hopeful that this black mascara would give an intense colour and hold a curl.

The plastic comb on this mascara is perfect for precision. It's a flexible brush with very slight little bristles to make reaching every last little lash an achievable task. The wand is quite long but it doesn't take long to get used to using it and you'll soon be able to apply a cost or two quickly and with ease.

I definitely wouldn't say I could ditch the false lashes but for a day-to-day look I love the results. The fibre formula covers every lash, even the finest ones in the corners, easily and has definitely made my lashes visibly longer. This is definitely not a volumising mascara but I would say my lashes have separately quite nicely to fan out a little more without being clumpy or like spiders legs.

The magnetic black shade is very intense and exactly what I need to transform my otherwise invisible lashes. As for staying power I've had no problems with smudging or crumbling. Even on the hottest of days I don't feel like I need to check for any black transferring. When it comes to taking it off at the end of a long day there's not too much rubbing needed with some eye makeup remover and certainly no panda eyes.

If you're looking for a long-lasting mascara that you can wear during the day then I'd definitely recommend L'Oreal Telescopic
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