As far as I'm concerned there are two types of people in the world: people who like their mascara to lengthen and those like it to thicken. I suppose there are mascaras out there that claim to do both and I guess if you are the kind of person who can't make up their mind about which camp they fall into, this might be an option for you, but really, don't you think that's kind of wishy washy? Pick a side already!
I'm a lengthening person myself so my little ears always perk up when I hear about something new and exciting that promises to give me length, definition and in this case also curl! The fact that the name starts with an "X" doesn't hurt either, it makes it sound kind of naughty...
Marcelle Xtension Plus Mascara knows how to whet my appetite by promising me extreme lash and ultimate curl with a specially developed polymer brush that defines and separates lashes while minimizing clumping and increasing lash length by coating each and every lash. One side of the brush offers a row of longer bristles that grab even the smallest lash and stretches them from root to tip up to their maximum potential with a tapered end that eases dispersion even on those hard to reach lashes. If you love being grabbed, this is the mascara for you!
The expert tip for using this mascara is to begin application with the longer row of bristles to grab and coat each lash, then rotate the brush to apply with the other side to finish your look. For an even more dramatic effect, apply more than one coat and stretch the outer corner lashes with an outward movement using the tapered tip of the brush.
Personally, I'm a long time fan of Marcelle mascaras. I'm a frequent sufferer of allergies of unknown origin that cause my eyes to water like crazy so during these bouts, I have to be careful about what I'm wearing on my eyes so as not to aggrevate the problem. As Marcelle mascara's are hypo-allergenic, perfume free and opthamologist tested, they are a great choice - also excellent for contact wearers too!
As for those thickening people... well you can't really trust them anyhow, can you...?