Curl Bounce Mascara

December 10, 2021  18:50  |  Beauty Fashion

Maybelline New York, the #1 Cosmetics Brand in the world, has launched its latest innovation in mascara: Curl Bounce – the brand’s answer to this generation’s mascara needs.

“Curl Bounce Mascara was inspired by Gen-Z whose main eyelash concerns include lack of curl and sparse lashes,” said Jessie Feinstein, Senior Vice President of US Marketing, Maybelline New York, “Gen-Z will soon be the largest, most diverse generation yet, so it was important to us to address this heightened need for a curl-focused mascara and was a natural next step to further enhance our strongest category.”

Curl Bounce Mascara

Photo – Maybelline New York ©

The innovation behind Curl Bounce is rooted in the product as a whole and the unique synergy between the brush and formula: The Bounce N’Curl Brush contains double the number of individual fibers than traditional mascara to scoop, separate, and physically curl every lash upwards. The Memory Curl Formula is made from a unique blend of long-wearing, hairstyling-inspired polymers that holds lashes in place all day. The washable mascara offers a lightweight, wax-free, alternative to traditional mascara for a bouncy effect that is not heavy or stiff.

“We took a prescriptive approach to Curl Bounce’s formula and focused on creating curl through the lens of haircare rather than traditional mascara,” said Tina Liu, Marketing Director, Mascara, Maybelline New York. “We utilized polymers typically used in some of the top-performing hair curling products within the L’Oreal portfolio to create the effect of curl that holds, but for lashes.”

This union of brush and formula ensures that lashes stay curled, never weighed down and worn for up to 24 hours.

Curl Bounce Mascara is available in shades Very Black (washable), Blackest Black (washable), Very Black (waterproof) and Brownish Black (waterproof) online beginning November 15, 2021, and at mass-market retailers nationwide beginning January 2022.


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