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Clinique Bottom Lash Mascara: Who knew you could make those pop? Add to ...

The promise

Because bottom lashes are like the abs of the eye area, Clinique has created a product specifically formulated to give those teeny, hard-to-reach lashes definition and flirty sex appeal.

How it works

Using a micro-mini brush among the smallest on the market, Bottom Lash Mascara's precision applicator deftly defines bottom lashes with a long-wearing formula that's flake-resistant and smudge- and waterproof. Bentonite, a key ingredient with a stretchable, clay-like consistency, coats lashes naturally and evenly, while jojoba oil conditions them.

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How to use it

Wiggle the tip of the wand vertically through those stubborn, short bottom lashes, then brush through horizontally for an even application. To remove, soak a cotton pad with warm water and gently press on the lashes to loosen the mascara.

The bottom line

Bottom lashes? Really? I only recently wrapped my brain around the concept of using an eyelash curler to make the top ones more noticeable - and now I'm expected to fret about the bottom ones? The whole thing reeked of time and money suckage - things I resent because, as a freelance writer, I like to accumulate both time and money in as much abundance as I can. Until I used it, that is. Who knew that one little wand could make such a huge difference? Emphasizing those bottom lashes really made my eyes pop and helps me achieve that doe-eyed disco-diva look all the celebs at Paris Fashion Week told me is so in this season. Well, they didn't tell me tell me. But, you know.

$12 at Clinique counters across Canada.

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