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Givenchy Phenomen'Eyes Mascara

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Givenchy Phenomen'Eyes Mascara

ITEM 1666023
                               Deep Black                                                         Deep Brown
What it is:
A smudge-proof, iconic mascara with an intense black pigment that curls, defines, and strengthens lashes. 

What it does:
Givenchy’s Phenonen'Eyes Mascara combines its iconic spherical brush with an enhanced formula for ultimate definition, length, and curl in an intense black shade. Its comfortable formula curls and defines for a wide-eyed lash look that lasts all day. It features a new hydrating polymer that prevents smudging and a triple-action polymer that strongly clings to the lashes to lengthen and curl them. Non-sticky and easy to apply, this mascara’s 360-degree, modern brush design has a precise “S” brush shape to separate and coat every lash—even the shortest—from root to tip. 

What else you need to know:
During photo shoots and backstage at fashion shows, Nicolas Degennes, Makeup and Color Artistic Director at Parfums Givenchy, used to trim mascara brushes to access the hardest-to-reach lashes and add greater definition at the roots. This gave rise to Phenomen’Eyes Mascara, featuring a unique sphere-shaped brush that grips all lashes for a more intense makeup result.
Suggested Usage:
-Holding the brush horizontally, draw the lashes from the outer corner of the eye outward. 
-Holding the brush diagonally, catch hold of the lashes at the root and push them upward and outward. Then push the lashes from the inner corner of the eye toward the nose. 
-Without overloading the brush with mascara, gently brush the lower lashes.

Deep Brown

-Hydrating Polysaccharide 
-Amino Acid Derivative 
-Black Pigment

Ever since the days when couture was considered a refined, white-coated craftsmanship, Hubert de Givenchy has been recognized as one of the world's most revered fashion designers—with a client roster that reads like a 'who's who' of the best-dressed women of all time.