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L’Oreal Telescopic Waterproof Eyeliner

Here is a new waterproof eyeliner very interesting Telescopic Waterproof Precision Liquid EyelinerL’Oreal.

What attracted me to buy this new eyeliner is marked on the package “Waterproof revolutionary.” I’m eager to try it.

From the first application, I realized that it was exactly the same wording as the eyeliner Blinc / Kiss Me . Once dry, the product turns into a thin elastic film which is easily removed with hot water and a little friction.

This kind of formula is more durable and waterproof than most similar products on the market.

L'Oréal Telescopic Traceur liquide hydrofuge

So for those looking for a liquid eyeliner affordable, easy to use, long lasting and waterproof, I recommend it.

I also really enjoyed the applicator felt, which is thinner and more flexible than most of those found in cosmetics stores. In fact, it makes me think about a lot of the felt tip version of Lancôme, Artliner. Probably it is the same as Lancôme and L’Oréal Paris are one and the same company.

Applicateur feutre précis

Precise applicator felt

Here is its official description: L’Oreal Telescopic waterproof this tracer, which now offers a line of high precision, intense color and waterproof remarkable outfit.

-Held throughout the day.

Color-rich and intense.

Slides easily-without burrs scenes.

-Resistant to water, sweat and tears.

-Tested under ophthalmological supervision.

-Suitable for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers.

I agree with the precise layout, rich color and intense resistance to water and sweat, but no tears. One or two tears like that, okay, but if the eye flows much the product flakes and falls apart. So I just wanted to let you know that the product is not perfect.

I am still with my Gosh Extreme Art Eyeliner, he has not his equal in terms of dress, but that L’Oréal is 100 times easier to apply and remove makeup!

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