L’Oreal Paris Unlimited Mascara

Approximately eight months ago L’Oreal came out with a new mascara – Unlimited Mascara. Without really looking at it, you can see it has a different shape. It isn’t tall and slim like most of mascara tubes. It is wide at the bottom and narrow at the tip. It looks like a little potion bottle. This isn’t all that is different. If you want to know more, keep reading.


L’Oreal Paris Unlimited Mascara has a different shape and a different handle. If usually mascaras are simple, you screw the cap/handle off and there is your wand. Well, that is the same here but the difference is in the handle. The handle of this mascara bends to a certain degree and stays like that if you wish. That makes applying mascara easier and instead of doing yoga exercises with your hand to get all those tiny inner corner lashes coated, you just bend the handle. It is also convenient if you don’t have an elbow room to apply your mascara. 


The mascara is in the deep black shade. The wand is narrow from the tip and wider in the end. It reminds me of a fat spruce with short branches. The little spikes are close in two rows with a tad wider space between the rows. The wand is quite bendy and flexible. I didn’t have any problems or struggles using the mascara.


The mascara makes my lashes long, curled and separated. One lady even asked me if I am wearing falsies, which is an ultimate compliment for a mascara. I say mascara because my own lashes are not that long. The mascara doesn’t smudge or flake though the day. 

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