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ISLM Poll Results: We Have A Clear Winner!

And What a Margin of a Win!


Deducing the results wasn't really difficult when I saw the closed poll yesterday. I mean look at the bl***y margin man! Wow! No Brainer!



So what makes Maybelline such a favorite amongst us consumers? Is it the price? Is it the range of products? Is it the fact that 99% of their lipstick shades suit Indian skintones? Is Maybelline the new Lakme???
I am guessing the reply would be All Of The Above!

So, if you voted for Maybelline or even if you didn't, which is your favorite product from Maybelline?
Mine would be the Maybelline BB Stick.

Do share yours in the comments section :)

Link to some Maybelline Product Reviews

Comments

  1. Maybelline is the cheapest and best option for people in a budget..
    I haven't got hold of the BB stick yet :(
    but I like the colorsensational glosses and lipsticks a lot..

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    1. oh i swear!!! If it wasn't for the BB stick, I would have for sure named the colorsensational lippies... they are really good!!!
      you haven't tried the BB stick yet? Oh you must (only if you can match your shade!)... am sure you'll love it too :D

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  2. Hi Samyukta..I love Maybelline for their price, range of product and quality. :)
    Their colossal by now has turned into a legend.:)BB creams, sticks and their mascaras are so affordable and does a good job. :)

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  3. I voted for Maybelline ! ^_^ I think almost all their products are great...gel liner, colossal kajal, colorsensational lippies and glosses, bb cream (not tried the stick yet), mascara...I'm going to try their compact powder next.

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  4. i wish they dint test on animals

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  5. Ohh I love the Maybelline Gel Liner! Somehow, this is the only liner which doesnt smudge for me. Works wonders and u know it pretty well Suma Sharma.. :) :) But, I had voted for Colorbar.. :|

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