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Jane Iredale Longest Lash Review and Giveaway (5 Winners)

Jane Iredal Longest Lash Mascara is formulated to thicken lashes and promote growth while providing other nourishing ingredients to condition and to defeat clumping, breaking, and flaking.   Just one coat will leave the lashes looking phenomenally lengthy, thick and shaped into a perfectly fanned formation.  Jane Iredale Longest Lash Mascara Features and over sized brush that reduce clumping and promotes silky layering for sleek, sexy lashes.  Available in black ice, slate grey, and espresso. 

My Review:
Thank you Jane Iredale for sending me this mascara to review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions are 100% mine.  

Mascara is my one make up item that I love to use.  I always feel more self confidence when I apply the mascara!  With my bright blue eyes it always helps them pop out!  I love the squeeze tube of this mascara compared to most other brands.  I think it is easier to always ensure you have mascara on your brush.  
I have had some issues with clumping with other brands but am pleased to report absolutely 0 clumping issues with Jane Iredale Longest Lash Mascara.  I use make up wipes to remove the mascara and it comes off easily with no scrubbing.  I had an issue with a past mascara that was water proof.   I felt like I had to scrub my eyes out just to clean the mascara off.  So thrilled with this product and I hope it lasts me for a while.  If you are looking for some new mascara then I highly recommend this brand.  This mascara retails for $33.00.  

5 lucky people will win a Jane Iredale Longest Lash Mascara- retail is $33.00.   Use the easy rafflecopter form below to enter.  

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Anonymous said…
What a fun giveaway! I am allergic to all popular brands so would love to try this mascara!
Maria K said…
Typically I use whatever is on sale that I can combine with a coupon. Right now I have CoverGirl.
kathy dalton said…
i usually buy the cheap brands so id love to try this one
Kathleen said…
I try all different brands, lately I have been using Clinique mascara.
Cassie Eastman said…
I buy Covergirl, Urband Decay and Tarte mainly!
It varies, I can only use Clinque on my face and I also get, MAC, Urban Decay, Stilla, Laura Gellar and many others.
Thanks for the giveaway! =)
Vanessa said…
I like Maybelline!
Jennifer Young said…
I wear CoverGirl and Maybelline.

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