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Max Factor 2000 Calorie Extreme Lash Plumper

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Max Factor 2000 Calorie Extreme Lash Plumper

Max Factor's Mascara of the Moment Gives Lashes Generous Volume

Max Factor 2000 Calorie Extreme Lash Plumper
I gave up on wearing false eyelashes not because of the mess and hassle but because of the sheer embarrassment they caused: dangling off my lids, landing in my pea soup (like a scene right out of Friends), and being exposed in their packaging when my makeup bag was ransacked going through customs. Turns out my beau at the time had a serious aversion to spiders and was creeped out that I would be harvesting their “hairy legs” in my carry-on. I have since been on the search for a mascara that takes the place of my falsies and takes my wimpy, pale lashes to the extreme without clumping or flaking. Enter Max Factor 2000 Calorie Extreme Lash Plumper.

This is the mascara of the moment. This season, ace makeup artist Pat McGrath put New York runway models on a strict diet of 2000 Calories, so to speak, and the impact extended beyond the people sitting cross-legged in the front row. This mascara packs a wallop.

The high-performing formula imparts fatty fringe by way of an innovative “fat wrap” brush armed with generous flexible plastic bristles that corner every little lash. The waterproof version is great for occasions when you’re feeling super emotional (wedding, bar mitzvah, sad movie). Reach for it when you’re headed to a pool party or planning to breakup with a man for whom you  have to squash spiders with your freshly  manicured hands. I wish there was a larger assortment of colors from which to choose, but for now I’m satisfied with the basics: Extreme Blackout, Black Velvet and Blackest Brown. --Stephanie Simons

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lol please don't make runway models diet...they're already skinny enough as is, and we don't need to set an even more implausible example for young girls. in any case, the mascara is superb, i've been using it for the past two weeks. This comment has been removed.
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I like the look of that mascara wand. I've recently noticed that it's really the bristles/wand of the mascara in general that makes a big difference on how the product adheres to the lashes. I recycled an old favorite mascara wand and realized that another mascara worked pretty well with it as well! This comment has been removed.
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