No matter what they say, the L'Oreal Teloscopic and False Lash Teloscopics are not the same, below is the breakdown on the differences that the new Teloscopic Waterproof alternative brings:
Length: The FLTW (as we're calling it - if I type it out again I may go mad) gives a little more length that the original Teloscopic waterproof, which was the only area that it really let it down on. It gives my lashes a pretty, fluttery look - perfect for everyday wear.
Volume: The formula for the Teloscopic waterproof was incredibly thick, giving a lot of volume and a fair bit of clump to the lashes on application. The FLTW gives a little volume, but very little thickness or clump, giving your lashes a naturally full and lengthy look - without looking too over the top.
Brush: The brush on the new Teloscopic is far curvier in comparison to it's previous counterpart, which was a square shape with much thicker plastic bristles. This is what gave the Teloscopic Waterproof the volume and clump - now the brush helps to separate and lengthen - perfect for a minimal makeup look.
If you like the natural fluttery look, this is a waterproof mascara match made in heaven. If not? Then I point you in the direction of the Maxfactor False Lash Effect - seriously dramatic lashes in a bottle.