L’Oreal Telescopic Mascara

L'Oreal Telescopic Mascara

Hi guys! As you know, I love testing and trying out different mascaras. I had previously reviewed the L’Oreal Telescopic Carbon Black Mascara, but when a friend suggested the Telescopic Mascara in the gold mascara I was intrigued.

The brush with the Telescopic Mascara is the same as the Telescopic Carbon Black. They both have a flexible precision brush. I personally love this style of brush because it works well for both the top and bottom lashes. Much easier to apply mascara without wearing it all over my skin!

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The difference between the two is in the formula of the mascara itself. The Telescopic Mascara is meant to enhance your lashes with length as well as separate them. I don’t know if my lashes are fuller than usual or something, but I’m having a hard time keeping them from clumping together with this mascara. loreal-telescopic-mascara-side-view

As for wear time, my lashes remain lifted all day. There is no flaking or smudging and it is VERY easy to remove when I’m ready to take my makeup off at the end of the day. It doesn’t feel heavy on the lashes either so I end up forgetting that I am wearing it.

Overall, I like this mascara though I’m not sure yet if I would repurchase it. I think I liked the Telescopic Carbon Black better in comparison to the Telescopic Mascara. We’ll see if I change my mind come “empties” time!

Have you tried the L’Oreal Telescopic Mascara? What are your thoughts? If not, what is your favourite mascara currently?

xoxo,

Robyn

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6 thoughts on “L’Oreal Telescopic Mascara

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    • Yeah I was sad I didn’t love it, but it’s good enough to finish off the tube. I love the Carbon Black version though! I gotta repurchase that one.

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