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Introducing Sonic Boost Vibrating Mascara from Avon

Virbrate. Separate. Captivate.

Nov 1, 2010

Want the professional perfection of a makeup artist? Turn on the volume with Sonic Boost Mascara, developed with a special micro-vibrating brush designed to simulate the “wiggling” action makeup artists use for ultimate coverage and definition.

Sonic Boost Mascara gives you the perfect red-carpet lash look by getting between lashes and close to the roots,” 
says Jillian Dempsey, Avon Global Creative Color Director. 

THE BRUSH
With 8,000 micropulse vibrations per minute, Avon’s brush separates and volumizes for up to 6x fuller lashes. The easy-to-use brush effortlessly combs through lashes, while lifting and defining. Feel the motion and see the volume as you guide the vibrating brush from root to tip, turning lashes on for volume and length.

THE FORMULA
Sonic Boost Mascara’s clinically and ophthalmologist tested formula is safe for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers. The easy-to-remove formula is non-spiking, smudge-proof and flake-proof.
 
THE RESULTS
Sonic Boost Mascara creates makeup artist ready lashes right at home. Lashes look separated, defined and volumized. With up to 6x fuller lashes, eyes look instantly open and awake.

HOW TO USE:

  1. Pull and remove the blue tab to activate the battery.
  2. Twist the mascara cap at the middle to turn the motor on.
  3. Begin slowly applying from root to tip until you’ve achieved your desired lash look.
  4. Twist cap tightly to shut off the motor.

SHADES: Black, Brown

PRICE: $16.00

AVAILABLE: November 2010

WHERE TO BUY: Available exclusively through Avon Representatives. To locate an Avon Representative call 1-800-FOR-AVON or visit www.avon.com.
 

 
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