Kiss Me Heroine Make Mascara Remover Review

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Kiss Me Heroine Make Mascara Remover ($10-$15)  This ranks as one of my all time favorite mascara removers. It’s the answer to removing the heavy-duty-doesn’t-budge-no-matter-how-much-remover-I-use mascara. You don’t have to worry about leakage or spillage so it’s absolutely perfect to take with you anywhere and everywhere. Also, it’s not a big bottle or an odd shape that will take up a lot of room. It’s the size of regular mascara. The wand has ridges at the end, and you apply like you would apply mascara. You leave it on for a couple of minutes and then wipe. No more holding a cotton pad soaked with makeup remover against your eye hoping the mascara will come off.  No more losing eyelashes over the constant rubbing. It’s an oil-based formula, but it isn’t too oily or greasy so you don’t have to worry about it blurring your vision. I highly recommend Kiss Me Heroine Make Mascara Remover. You can find it at Japanese stores or online, and the price varies depending where you buy it and whether it sold separately or part of a set.

Check out what the Kiss Me Heroine Make Mascara Remover wand looks like!

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Kiss Me Heroine Mascara Review

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Kiss Me Heroine Mascara (price varies $10-$18) I got both the Make Volume and Curl and the  Make Long and Curl from a store in a Japanese grocery store, but I am sure you can find it online. To me, this mascara is the perfect mascara to get through the hot California summers and that is why I only use it during the summer. It’s the only mascara I use during the summer. This mascara is sweat proof, tear proof, water proof. It’s basically budge proof. It’s so budge proof that I have a bit of difficulty removing it. Besides being budge proof, this baby can hold a curl all day and night. I layer on both the mascaras to get volume and length. The mascara wand is a small to medium brush so it makes it easier to coat your lashes with the fibers. I would recommend the Kiss Me Heroine Mascara to people, but I’m not sure how people feel about tough-to-remove mascaras. I guess if  you have lots of patience and don’t mind taking the time to remove the mascara, I say give the mascara a try.

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