L’Oreal Paris False Lash Architect Mascara Review

After my current mascara dried out, and my cousins engagement round the corner, I frantically headed to the mall to buy a new one.Checking the many cosmetics brands, I finally strolled to the L’Oreal counter. There the SA showed me 2 mascaras; one the L’Oreal Paris Volume Million Lashes Mascara and the other the L’Oreal Paris Lash Architect  4D mascara (waterproof) which I bought.

The Lash Architect mascara claims to give your lashes the 4D effect by giving them length and volume. What I found was that rather than volume, the mascara gives length to your lashes. Also, the packaging of the mascara is sleek and impressive with a night blue body and silver cover. It dose’nt take up too much space as compared to the round packaging of other mascaras.
L’Oreal Paris has come up with a formula which is very light on your lashes (You don’t feel as if you are wearing any mascaras). The innovative angled brush of this mascara makes it easy to coat your inner corner and lower lashes. Performance wise the L’Oreal Paris mascara is commendable as it combs and separates your eyelashes while coating it with mascara sans any clumps.

Considering, that I have never tried L’Oreal mascara before, I was impressed with its lightness and not to mention the holding power of your curls making it an everyday mascara. I have got a lot of compliments while wearing this mascara as it gives a clean elongated look to your eyes.

Overall, the packaging and formula make this one mascara one should have in their collection.

Price point: Rs 735

Score: 4.75/5

Would I buy this again: Yes, for the formula and angled brush; and as long as it isn’t discontinued by L’Oreal.


  • Light on your eyelashes
  • Doesn’t give a clumped look
  • Angled brush makes coating your inner and lower lashes easy
  • Holds your curls well
  • Elongates your lashes
  • Doesn’t provide much volume
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