Fess up! You have a love-hate relationship with mascara, right? You find a product you love, with everything you ever wanted. Soon, love turns to hate. It’s clumpy, it doesn’t last, lashes look “spidery”, or there’s not enough length.
Time for a new one. And a few months later, repeat the process.
Your lashes haven’t changed, so why the sudden dislike of your once-favorite brand?
Blame it on your brain and the old aphorism, “familiarity breeds contempt.” People are hard-wired to love anything new. Hard wired to ignore obvious flaws during the infatuation period. But once the new becomes old and the flaws become evident, the bloom is off the rose, as they say.
Significant others and mascara – seems they're both the same. Something or someone comes along, and quite unexpectedly, you’ve found the proverbial Holy Grail!
Trial and error, right? It helps to have some experience. Only by comparison can you recognize which “mascara” really deserves a long-term relationship, and your hard earned dollar!
Most women are looking for the same things:
Imagine, Volumizing Primer and Volumizing Mascara in a sleek post-modern design complete with a double-ended applicator that is so smart it has a Ph.D. in style (okay, not really, but it should!).
From the leading lash and brow experts at RevitaLash Cosmetics, the Double-Ended Volume Set is light years ahead of yesterday’s clumpy lash volumizers and mascaras. With longer, fuller, darker lashes your eyes will open wide to their full, flirty potential.
When so many mascaras are “all talk and no action,” this pair is everything your mascara should be, and then some.
What It Does: A peptide and polymer formula lets you build subtle-to-dramatic volume and length. Wherever your mood takes you. The mineral tint indigo blue primer brightens your eyes, while the black mascara adds dramatic contrast and depth.
What It Is: Award-winning RevitaLash® Cosmetics Volumizing Primer and Volumizing Mascara come together in this convenient, 2-in-1 lash primer and mascara duo designed to prep lashes and enhance volume, creating gorgeous, richly pigmented, luxurious lashes.
This double-duty, double-ended product features RevitaLash Cosmetics Volumizing Primer and Volumizing Mascara, complete with color-intense conditioning factors. Designed for buildable application, you can easily create dramatic lash length and volume.
Exclusive plant extracts add moisture and shine while biotin and soft flex polymers strengthen lashes so they’re capable of unreal length. Of course, both primer and mascara are water-resistant. Wear your mascara all day with confidence. But don’t worry, the Primer and Mascara are gentle and simple to remove with micellar water.
The dual applicator is application dreams realized. The primer end is a molded silicone brush, which evenly coats and separates for a wide-eyed look. The mascara end is a clever volume building hourglass brush devised to follow the natural curve of your lashes. The result is more definition and flawless mascara application.
Spectacular results, stronger, healthier lashes, and a perfectly designed dual applicator… all with a formula that lets you go as long, as full, and as dramatic as you dare.
This gentle volumizing pair is fragrance-free, without parabens or phthalates is manufactured in the U.S., cruelty-free, of course.
So, are you ready for a new long-term mascara relationship?
It can’t hurt to look, can it? Learn more about RevitaLash® Cosmetics Volumizing Primer and Volumizing Mascara at https://www.revitalash.com/products/double-ended-volume-set.
While there’s no replacement for the skilled hands of a professional, DIY beauty treatments you can do at home are a great way to maintain your brows, hair, and skin between salon and spa visits. Plus, being your own beauty guru is an incredibly fun way to spend a relaxing night in.
March 8 is International Women’s Day, a day that we’re proud to celebrate every year.
The reason? Empowering women is at the heart of everything we do, inspired by our Co-Founder Gayle Brinkenhoff’s vision to help women feel beautiful during the most difficult time of their lives—undergoing cancer treatment.