Usually the first dual-ended rod of any use that comes to mind is a pencil, and in that case one end is for writing and the other for erasing, thereby rendering the entire instrument rather self-redundant. However, the pencil is no longer the only dual-ended tool to keep close by! Keep your eyes open because the renowned makeup producer, Stila, is now embracing the dual-use concept with it’s new-for-Spring 2009 Convertible Mascara! Indeed, one end is designed to lengthen lashes, while the other is intended to define. The results reveal lashes that are likely to compliment a variety of face-shapes and styles, seeing as the instrument is designed to reach even those hardest to hit inner lashes on any eye shape or size.
In addition, this mascara formula is made to strengthen lashes over time. Finally, the formula also resists smudging, sweating, and water, leaving just one drawback: flakiness during the removal process. That being said, the $22 value is hard to beat when in fact, this product embodies two separate mascara brushes in one. Recession-savvy and effective? I suggest you look for the nearest pencil to sign up for this product fast (or at least visit the closest stila-carrying retailer to get your own)!