Want to turn your friends green with envy over your long, lush, lashes? Turn to Revlon Grow Luscious by Fabulash, a mascara in a green tube that does something your regular mascara, probably doesn’t: make lashes look longer now, and actually grow stronger with each use.
This new mascara has a cocktail of unique fibers and Phytopeptide complex. The key ingredients are wheat protein (coats lashes with conditioning and strengthening properties, plus moisturization); Panthenol (ProVitamin B5 to soften and moisturize); and Phytantriol ((works with Panthenol to increase the conditioning effect and strengthen lashes).
Why just color your lashes when you can actually help them grow longer and stronger, too? The first reason most people purchase a mascara is to color their lashes. This Revlon Grow Luscious mascara does that well, with a voluptuous, well formed brush, that easily coats lashes from root to tip. You can get cokors of Blackest Black or Blackened Brown in regular and waterproof , or get Black, and Black Shimmer. Two-three coats give you color, thicker, longer lashes and lash nourishment.
According to the press literature, a whopping 96% of women who tried Revlon Grow Luscious by Fabulash saw lusher lashes, instantly. That is with several coats of the mascara. I normally don’t wear 2-3 coats of mascara during the day, but I did like the result when I tried it. Even more importantly, for me, the mascara wore well throughout through a long and humid day, without running or flaking. The amazing thing is, it is just $7.49. You should ideally replace your mascara every three months, and at least, ever six months. It makes sense to get great produts at reasonable prices that do their jobs, well. This new mascara fits that description perfectly, and it’s now available at drug and mass market retailers, nationwide. Try it and you will get immediate and long lasting dividends and make you the envy of your lash-deprived, friends!
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