5 responses

  1. rhania escueta
    November 13, 2009

    nice mascara =)

  2. Ashley
    November 13, 2009

    I am totally annoyed with Max Factor. When I found out about the brand, it wasn’t being sold in Canada anymore. Now & soon, it will no longer be selling in the U.S.! I asked my boyfriend… begged mostly, to help me get as many tubes of Max Factor mascara to test out. He’s having a lot of trouble finding them as more girls are purchasing them before they stop selling. It better be worth it for all the trouble my boyfriend is going through, for me 🙁

  3. Chica
    November 13, 2009

    Ashley – I may be well out with this but when MaxFactor False Lash Effect was launched (my fave mascara ever) on the adverts it said it was Covergirl Lash Blast repackaged for the UK market (we don’t have access to Covergirl)
    This might be the same for other mascaras?

  4. maryinwonder
    November 16, 2009

    Max Factor mascaras were my HGs for a long time…before meeting Diorshow and MUFE Aqua Smokey Eyes. With those I had to say bye-bye to smudging and straight lashes! ^.^
    Now I have to say…anything MF and “false” is a big red sign to me not go close to that mascara….false lash effect? don’t make me laugh!

  5. maya
    March 8, 2010

    “lash extension effect” and “false lashes” are different MF mascaras. i didn’t try the “false” one but the “extension” is indeed a clean mascara, no clumps, good definition but not much volume or lenght. it’s ok for daily use but not for events when you would like some spectacular lashes.

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