Lancome Oscillation: Not Just Good, but Great Vibrations from Lancome’s Newest Magic Wand.

Oscillation

Apologies for my absence recently dollfaces, things have been a little hectic chez moi of late. But, I'm back. And? I bring tidings of my new mascara purchase.

Yes, I know, another mascara post. But this is in a class of its own.I'm talking about Lancome Oscillation.

I'd heard all the hype surrounding it of course, I mean, it's a motorised mascara, how was there not going to be hype; time was when we thought rubber brushes were something special. Oh, wait, that was only a couple of years ago…Anyway, I was out at the weekend and stopped by the Lancome counter. Along with their new lipgloss and a gorgeous blusher, one of the things I walked away with was Osciallation.

What can I say, I'm easily pursuaded.Am I ever glad I did! It's incredible. In fact I can not think of enough superlatives to do this mascara justice, it's good people.The vibrating brush takes a little getting used too (all of a few seconds!), but once you've mastered the technique (simple really: push into lashes and let the oscillations work their magic) you'll wonder what took the cosmetic bods so long to come up with this.No more wiggling your brush through your lashes ladies, this does all the hard (!) work for you.

I didn't really have any expectations of this mascara, I bought it more for the novelty factor, so I was more than pleasantly surprised to discover the effect it had on my lashes after just one solitary coat.My lashes were long. And? Huge. Make that enormous. The colour is an intense rich black makes lashes look full and thick.

Ok, so at £28 it's certainly not cheap, but if I could only use one mascara ever again (perish the thought!), this would undoubtedly be it.