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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizelda View Post
    The Laura Geller make up woman said not to ever use brown mascara because it's got red dye in it and will, therefore, make your eye-whites take on a red tinge.
    Whaaaaaaaaaaaat????!!!!!

    Is this staining of the white permanent????

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    Quote Originally Posted by donna255 View Post
    PMSL!!! Never happened to me, well the whites of my eyes are very white! I love burgundy mascara not purple but true burgundy which is red/brown.
    Me too. I suggested it at the top of this thread with my other suggestions. I describe that colour as aubergine ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by loveallthingsitalian View Post
    Iíve never been good with make up and particularly envious of those who can do lovely eyes.

    Mascara is the only thing I always use but panda eyes have been a big problem. Benefit was great but I couldnít remove the bliddy stuff and as I have ultra sensitive skin particularly around the cheek bones so 99.999% of removers caused mega problems for me.

    Donna recommended Blinc and Iíve used it ever since. It does take a bit of getting used to (I find a clean old mascara brush helps any declogging) never has panda eyes and best of all it comes off with plain tap water. Itís basically tubes so when taking off it looks as if your lashes are coming out but they arenít!

    Q did it for a while but I just buy on line when I need it.
    If you get tired of Blinc (I used it years ago but I loathed the brush), there are now lots of rival tubing mascaras out there. I like Eyeko's mascaras (but not the Skinny - again, I hate the brush) for evenings, Fibrewig for special occasions and DHC for every day (I get it from Escentual.com on one of their 25% off promos). The DHC is a small tube with a small brush but this makes it precise.

    I have a list somewhere with all the tubing mascaras. I'll dig it out and post back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marina View Post
    I like Doll 10 GlamLash mascara, then Revitalash and the last of the good ones for me is Laura Geller.
    I correct myself, the Doll 10 is called EffortLash and the LG is GlamLash. The Doll 10 has been my favourite since I got it in a TSV.

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    If I'm planning a holiday I'll get my lashes dyed and don't bother with mascara, but that has a big impact because my natural lash colour is pale-to-invisible! (Coloursport and Eyelure do home dying kits too)


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