A Mascara Beyond Your Wildest Dreams–Ellis Faas Cosmetics E401 Black Mascara! (Review) + SWATCHES

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated through a free product (s) or monetary payment.  Opinions are solely mine. All links are “no-follow” links.**

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Ellis Faas Cosmetics E401 Black Mascara

Some women are lucky to be born with incredibly long, thick lashes.  I wish that I was one of them,
but I was born with short, stubby little things passing themselves off as
lashes.  Therefore, I depend on a mascara to create that beautiful
illusion for me.  One fantastic answer to my prayers arrived unexpectedly
in a box of products from prestige brand, 
Ellis Faas Cosmetics with their E401 Black

No exaggeration here when I tell you this little
silver bullet tube containing this magical formula can seemingly do it all for
your eyes as it separates and lengthens every last lash, regardless of how

Pulling out the long, thin wand and watching how
this rich black formula grabbed onto my lashes and built them up fairly quickly
without clumping and irritation excited me.  Two coats are usually my limit
unless I want to risk clown eyes that look like thick, dry prongs jutting out
from your lids.  But I can take my lashes further with E401 and love
the look of three coats.  

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Here is a swatch of Ellis Faas Cosmetics E401 Black Mascara

The next time I tried this mascara on, I curled my
lashes first.  Oh, my goodness, my eyes looked stunning with even longer,
thicker glossy lashes from the help of my eye lash curler.  

I even forgot I had mascara on and rubbed my
eyes.  Guess what?  E401 Black Mascara did not smudge and give
me black rings around my eyes.  Equally impressive was it lasted all day
for me without flaking or bothering my delicate allergy eyes even in the midst
of the ragweed season.

Highly acclaimed Dutch makeup artist, Ellis
, really solved the frustrating problem of sparse lashes with this
fabulous mascara.  Ladies, try this E401 Black Mascara and you won’t
be disappointed.  A tube retails for $34 at the Ellis Faas website.

*Disclaimer:  Free products were provided to
facilitate this review–not my opinion.*


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