The Lash Game-Changer: Build Your Own Bespoke Mascara

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It can be hard to find one mascara that adequately lengthens, volumises and curls lashes, which is why many women apply a couple of products in one sitting. Now you can create a custom eyes mascara look with just one bespoke product. Enter Eyeko’s tailor-made mascara — a fun way to find your perfect formula and wand in three easy steps. And this Alexa Chung-approved brand has just brought its in-demand service to the masses.

Here’s how it works. Start by describing your natural lashes (long, sparse, curly, damaged, unruly, etc). Choose the effect you crave (longwear, fool proof, extra volume, added curl, etc) and finish with your perfect brush.

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Now the real fun begins. Your bespoke mascara will arrive presented in a luxury box complete with an exclusive lash comb. With all formulas infused with added benefits (nourishing treatments, smudge-free formulas and easy-to handle styling capabilities), you can expect fabulous eyes every time.

Vogue describes Eyeko’s bespoke mascara as “the first of its kind” where you get to “choose the formula and wand that are right for your lashes”. So what are you waiting for? Visit and have fun creating your winning mascara.

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