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Lash Ease is a type of mascara that comes in an ordinary-looking tube but contains special Korean plant extracts that aren't commonly found in mascara, along with flexible fibers. Due to the presence of these ingredients, this mascara has been designed to securely stick to your lashes immediately upon application, without flaking, clumping or smudging. It's been designed with females in mind but can be used by males, too, and in each set, you'll get two tubes in black.
The cost of Lash Ease is $14.99 plus $5.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Lash Ease by paying an extra fee of $0.00 for a total price of $20.98.
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To apply Lash Ease to your eyelashes, twist open the tube and apply it to each set of lashes just as you'd apply mascara from a standard tube. Since this formula will make your lashes appear thicker and longer almost instantly, you shouldn't need to use more than one coat.
After you've applied your mascara, you'll be able to enjoy your new and improved look all day without having to do any touch-ups (as long as you don't get your lashes wet).
At the end of the day, you'll need to remove the mascara you've applied from your lashes before you go to bed. Fortunately, this can be done with the same type of makeup remover and pads or cotton balls that you'd normally use. Unless you haven't worn makeup in the past, you won't have to go out and get any additional beauty supplies to complete this process. Remember to be gentle as you remove the makeup instead of tugging aggressively on your lashes.
Each tube of Lash Ease contains black mascara, which is one of the most popular shades of mascara out there (and likely the very most popular). The vast majority of people, regardless of their hair color, eye color or gender, will look attractive with black mascara on.
This mascara comes in sets of two compact tubes, so you may want to keep one at home and one in your purse or vehicle in case you're too busy to apply it at home. Alternatively, you could share a set of two with a friend or family member.
Although the tests that it has undergone haven't been specified, this mascara has been deemed safe for sale. Therefore, it's unlikely that it'll irritate your skin or cause you any kind of discomfort.
It's stated that this mascara will come off your eyelashes cleanly when you remove it, without leaving any residue behind. As a result, you'll probably never wake up in the middle of the night with a stray flake of mascara in your eye, or find that black residue has seeped onto your skin.
Almost anyone will look more attractive than they normally do after a mascara like this transforms their eyelashes from plain-looking to bold. Aside from simply making your eyelashes look darker and thicker, this particular mascara may make your eyelashes appear two times longer than they usually do. Like it or not, our society is very focused on looks, so looking more attractive will likely give you more confidence and cause more social and professional opportunities to come your way. Plus, if you think you're starting to look old, having better-looking lashes just might shave a few years off your appearance.
Users won't know exactly what plant extracts this mascara contains before receiving their tubes (unless you contact the manufacturers), but it doesn't contain the potentially harsh chemicals often used in salon treatments involving the eyelashes. Consequently, it seems as if it'll not only be gentler on your skin, should it come in contact with it, but it'll also be gentler on the environment.
Most users may be satisfied with wearing black Lash Ease mascara, but if you'd prefer another shade, you might be disappointed, as there are no others available. It would be helpful if at least a couple of other shades could be added to the line, such as brown and blue, which are also fairly popular.
Nowhere is it claimed that this type of mascara is waterproof, which means that it's best for users to assume that it's not and avoid getting their lashes wet while wearing it. While it's fairly easy to avoid going in the shower or in a pool or lake with a certain type of makeup on, it's not always easy to avoid the rain. With that being the case, wearing Lash Ease instead of a fully waterproof style of mascara may be a source of irritation on rainy days.
You as a parent or caregiver must decide whether a child under your care is allowed to wear mascara or not, but you should never let a child who's younger than 12 apply it themselves. Due to the fact that a child's dexterity often isn't as good as an adult's, their Lash Ease wand might slip and poke them in the eye (or, perhaps, make a mess of their face). You can instead apply mascara to a child's eyes carefully, and since the effects will last all day, they won't even need to have the tube in their possession.
As an alternative to using Lash Ease, you might choose to apply false eyelashes yourself, head to a salon to have them applied or undergo lash tinting at the salon. Any of these methods of darkening, thickening or lengthening the lashes may take up to a couple of hours, while applying Lash Ease may take five minutes or less and give you very similar results. What's more, because of the long-lasting effects this mascara can create, you won't have to waste time touching up your mascara every couple of hours throughout the day.
You may find that your savings account automatically grows if using this mascara allows you to stop getting salon treatments you previously received on a regular basis. On a slightly different note, you might not even have to obtain as many replacement tubes of mascara as you otherwise would after beginning to use Lash Ease. The reason for this is that one coat of this mascara will make virtually anyone's eyelashes look great, while you might have to apply a few coats of another type to get the same look. Logically, applying more coats leads to a tube being used up more quickly.
This mascara is meant for use on the upper and lower eyelashes only. You should not apply it to any other part of your face or body, such as your eyebrows or hair, nor should you ever use it as a makeshift liquid liner. Applying it somewhere else besides your eyelashes may not hurt you, but that is possible, and besides, doing that probably won't give you the look you're going for.
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