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LOVE AT FIRST LASH

I waited until I was in my forties to level up my look.  Make-up is a major part of my leveling up.  Mascara is so important to my routine.  It makes you look alert and ready to go.  It also puts the finishing touch on any look.  Mascara will also stand alone because it will make you appear put together.  There are some days when I need all the help I can get.  There are so many different choices when it comes to mascaras.  Finding one that you love is not easy.  

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Well LOVE AT 
FIRST LASH is now my go to product.  The heart shape fibers is what set this mascara apart.  This mascara helps to visibly give your lashes length and volume.   The heart shape fiber is the latest technology, an innovation.  These heart shaped fiber are hollow and light weight.  It will not weigh down your lashes.  

Avon's love complex nourishes and hydrates your lashes, instead of adding weight like traditional mascara.  The Love Complex uses lycopene, olive oil, and Vitamin E, so your lashes look great all day.  

I really recommend you give LOVE AT FIRST LASH a try, your lashes will love you for it.

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