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Godefroy 28 Day Mascara Permanent Eyelash Tint Kit Mascara, Brown

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  • Permanent eyelash tint
  • Great for active women
  • A great alternative to daily mascara use
  • Lasts up to 4 weeks
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Tints eyelashes from root to tip eliminating the need for daily mascara

Vitamin A,Vitamin C,Vitamin E

apply step 1 to lashes let stand one minute, apply step two to lashes let stand one minute than wash off

Product Description

Color: Brown

Top selling formula in Europe and USA to tint eyelashes.

Product Details

Color: Brown
  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 2.2 x 5.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0036YMVEU
  • UPC: 883889277103 186297000258
  • Item model number: 4440500018
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (473 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,164 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

I have blonde lashes and have been getting them tinted at salons now for 30 years.
Another draw back is the two step process, you apply the colorant to the lashes first then the activator, each time having to make sure you get every lash root to tip.
One big drawback is that they don't provide a brush but just some cotton swabs which makes application very difficult and sloppy.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

371 of 377 people found the following review helpful By S. Thompson on September 19, 2010
Color Name: Black
I have very blonde eyelashes and don't like to go out without at least a little mascara on. I also camp, kayak, hike - outdoorys stuff that isn't always convenient to apply/remove/clean up mascara, (or cool!!....my camper friends make fun of me; I don't care). So for years I have gotten my eyelashes dyed before vacations. It's great; don't have to think about it, off we go. Recently spas in my area (W. WA) have stopped dying lashes - new laws or regulations about too much potential danger to the eyes --- so I was excited to try this product.


1. Comes as complete kit with everything you need to do the job.
2. It does dye your lashes; almost instantly. Follow instructions and whatever the activator and gel touch will be dyed (eyelashes, eyelids, fingers, sink--everything).
3. The kit includes enough product for multiple applications - which you'll need in order to practice a few times to learn how to use it.

1. It is very difficult to use. Have tried several rounds of dying, trying to get the knack of it and basically can get a bit on the top row of lashes, but the bottom lashes are hardly touched and the corner lashes are almost completely untouched. This leaves me with a nicely dyed section in the middle of my top lashes with the rest blonde. Not a good look.
2. The included pads used to put under the eye to protect the skin need to be cut way down to fit under the eyes and don't stick very well, even when glopped with Vaseline, as advised in the instructions, so some staining happens which takes a few days to wear off. I'm not sure what wide-eyed alien species these pads were designed for but I had to cut and reshape them by half for use (perhaps I'm a tad beady-eyed).
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367 of 378 people found the following review helpful By A Bookaholic on May 14, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
EDIT 8/5/2011: Yes, this is a true "dye", and is permanent in that it does darken the lashes significantly and slowly wears off over four to six weeks. It will withstand soap, lotion, ointments, mascara, etc., so it is definitely worth doing if you have eyelashes that are not very dark. Read my original post below for must do's and don'ts.

The reason I am editing my review is that I have stumbled across an easy way to quickly remove all dye stains from your hands, which are almost inevitable as no one can really work with those silly hair dye gloves on. I dyed my lashes today, and made a much greater mess of my hands than usual. Really dark stains on almost every finger, including the nails. I thought that I would soak my hands, and the try to file off the top layers of my skin with a nail file (does work, but not sufficiently to rob a bank!).

Then, I had to mix up some hair bleach for my daughter, who hates her dark arm hair. I had some of the bleach (Sally Hansen creme bleach for the body) left over and thought, why not see if that takes the dye stains out? AND IT DID - COMPLETELY!! I left the creme on them for about 5 minutes, and it had taken most of the stains off and reduced the really dark ones until they were faint. So I reapplied the bleach on those areas again for a few more minutes and all the stains were totally gone, even around and underneath my fingernails.

It didn't leave the skin dry or noticeably lightened where the bleach was applied, although it might if you left it on too long or have dark skin - just be careful to apply precisely to the stain in that case. You'd have to do one hand at a time, but the bleach stays good for quite a long time after you mix it up, and you can reuse the same bleach on the other hand.
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367 of 379 people found the following review helpful By Christine Puopolo on May 13, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I purchased this about 1 month ago. I have just used it for the second time. I love this product. I have very blonde eyelashes that you could barely see. I would never go out of the house without mascara. This makes it very difficult in the summer when I want to swim. This product worked wonders. You can acctualy see my lashes. It was a little difficult to use but once I got the hang of it, it worked out fine. They enclose cotton swabs for applicators. I used them to put vaseline around my eyes before use, but I purchased a mascara brush for the application. This makes it much easier to get all the lashes without getting it on your skin. Give it a try, you'll be amazed!
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By ereader on March 17, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I am so glad I tried this product. I have very, very blonde, barely-can-see lashes. This made a big difference. It takes a bit of time the first time, but really gets faster and easier with each application.

I tried the enclosed swabs, before my disposable mascara brushes arrived. Both worked out, but as expected, the disposable brushes were quite a bit easier. Then I tried an "Inter-tooth" brush picks(available at most drug stores), that is much smaller and I have the best control over where the tint goes; I did attach a picture so you can compare the sizes.

Now, I do not follow their "current" directions of 1st brushing on the #1 step liquid (activator), then #2 step of brushing on gel (colorant) directly on the lashes. I found a link to some UK instructions that I modified: in a glass dappen dish I mix equal parts of the liquid and the gel; then apply it. It just works better for me that way, and find I use less of the products.

I also use a lipstick-like applicator of colorless lip balm to go on the eyelids and under the lower lashes, (I use this too when tinting my brows). Way more control of where that balm/petroleum gel goes; little to none on the stuff I am trying to tint! (I actually use the free baby "chapstick" I got from my dentist and keep it in the box.)

Additional Tools I Use: I also use a 1) high magnification mirror to do this work, 2) clear lipstick Chapstick Fresh Effects Lip Balm, Refreshing Mandarin, 3) glass dappen dish
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