Upcoming: Lancome Oscillation Powerbooster Mascara Primer

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powerboost1 Upcoming: Lancome Oscillation Powerbooster Mascara Primer

The new Lancome Oscillation Powerbooster Mascara Primer looks just like the Oscillation Mascara except that the case is white. It operates the same way too – depress the button and apply the primer on your lashes then follow up with Oscillation Mascara or your mascara of choice and marvel at your super long lashes.

At least that’s the promise icon smile Upcoming: Lancome Oscillation Powerbooster Mascara Primer

What makes the Lancome Oscillation Powerbooster mascara primer different from other mascara primers is that it “enhances lash thickness, density and appearance of length so that naturally occurring lash growth is more visible/noticeable.” (see Nordstrom)

Fascinated yet? icon smile Upcoming: Lancome Oscillation Powerbooster Mascara Primer

I didn’t try this – just messed with the tester. It’ll be something interesting in the market anyway. No idea of its cost too but will update when I do.

Do you use a mascara primer? Does it help your lashes look longer and thicker? I don’t so its interesting to find out if I should be adding it to my arsenal hehe…

Stay beautiful,

Paris B

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Hasegawa Ayane June 17, 2009 at 9:29 am

I’m currently using Majolica Majorca’s Lash Bone as a base and it works fine for me. It helps make my lashes thicker and longer as well as keep its curl better.

The downside of mascara primers for me is that the lashes may become clumpy if you don’t comb it out properly. Also, I find it a chore to have to carefully coat mascara primers with mascara so that none of the ‘white’ bits show. Some claim to ‘dry transparently’ but somehow they never appear that way to me.

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ParisB June 17, 2009 at 9:45 am

Hiya Hasegawa

I’ve never used a primer but it just felt like an extra step I could do without. Perhaps I can ;)

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Hasegawa Ayane June 17, 2009 at 10:11 am

Definitely isn’t a very ‘necessary’ step :D I only bother with mascara primer if I have the extra time or if I am to attend a night event. Otherwise, I just stick with mascara and a heated lash curler :D

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ParisB June 18, 2009 at 1:24 pm

Hi Hasegawa

Oho! Ok then I’ll skip this one ;)

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Nikki June 17, 2009 at 11:10 am

I am using Elizabeth Arden’s lash optimizer, but not consistently, I can’t say it makes a HUGE difference but there’s an added volume in there.

Hmm…that looks like a cool product!!! I haven’t use up my Mascara yet and there comes the primer! :D

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ParisB June 18, 2009 at 1:25 pm

Hey Nikki

Perhaps I should give a primer a try just to see how much a difference it makes to my puny lashes ;)

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Cyndi June 17, 2009 at 12:02 pm

Yes, I use a mascara primer because my lashes refuse to curl without primer. Kate and Fasio are good ones to recommend. I am not fascinated by this Lancome though :P

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ParisB June 18, 2009 at 1:26 pm

Hi Cyndi

Kate and Fasio sound affordable! Yay! I don’t have problem with curling my lashes and so far most mascara hold a curl unless the formula is too heavy

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Shay June 18, 2009 at 9:20 am

Interesting!

I use Majolica Majorca’s lash bone. Helps my lash stay curl >10 hrs. It helps a lot when I use it with a lousy mascara that dries slow and tend to smudge. I think the mascara dries slow, so when I blink, I got lash marks on my lower eye area. The lash bone helps to hold the lash and then I got no lash marks. hehe…so I think the lash bone is a wonderful thing!

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ParisB June 18, 2009 at 1:28 pm

Hi Shay

Thanks for the info. I’ll take a look at Lash Bone if I decide to try a mascara primer.

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