June 26, 2015

Estee Lauder New Dimension Expert Liquid Tape An Obvious Must Have

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Estee Lauder New Dimension Expert Liquid Tape

When I think of makeup I really need, Estee Lauder New Dimension Expert Liquid Tape ($70) comes to mind! Or maybe NOT yet but in the future when I start experiencing some sag I can see this becoming my best friend.

This transforming “liquid tape” is formulated with fast acting polymers which gives your facial skin and complexion a tighter feel and fix. You can use it to tone your skin and give it a more sculpted appearance or even give your eyes a little lift (lord knows my tired eyes could use a lift!).

Simply apply it to clean, dry skin by starting at your brow bone and moving up towards the temples, now hold for a moment and allow it to set! Try using it at the corners of your mouth and sweep it to your cheekbones to give yourself a lifted look. The product dries, sets, and tightens skin giving you a more sculpted look.

Laugh all you want but someday soon we’re all going to need a little tape to keep it altogether.

Know what I mean?

Estee Lauder New Dimension Expert Liquid Tape is available now at your favorite Estee Lauder counter or at Nordstrom.com.

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  • Ashley

    Eva Mendes swears by this stuff in this month’s Instyle magazine, and ironically she’s the model for this product. It sounds awesome, I just can’t get past the name… “Liquid Tape” it sounds to me like they are running out of names.

  • Katherine T.

    I dunno, I guess “liquid tape” sounds better than superglue. I doubt this will last all day. And I wonder if this would cause more wrinkles, when you try to smile?