TRIED & TESTED: Yves Rocher – Vertigue Longueur mascara

Long, longer, longest: are you up for it? Yves Rocher’s Vertige Longueur mascara is designed to add extra length to lashes, doing so using the thinnest wand I’ve ever seen.


I’m always up for trying a new mascara and can quickly tell which ones I like and which ones I absolutely don’t. When I fall in love, I tend to blissfully ignore the three month-rule to spend as much time as I can with my newest one and only. But when it’s time to part ways (this time, with the fabulous Lash Paradise by L’Oréal Paris), I’m eager to see what’s next.


Yves Rocher’s Vertige Longueur mascara comes with a minimal wand that promises maximal results. This comb-like fine applicator aims to coat even the smallest lashes, making it ideal for those who aren’t blessed with a Bambi-like glance.



It sounds promising and it does deliver: my lashes are fully coated and look long and are separated nicely. It does, however, take. years. and. years. I need a full ten minutes and the same amount of coats to achieve this effect, and it’s not something I’m willing to do on a day-to-day basis. So while it’s certainly not bad – and if you’ve got short lashes, this might be holy grail material for you, I much prefer something like Bourjois’ Volume Reveal, which delivers big, long lashes in no-time.

Pricing & Availability

Vertige Longueur mascara is available for € 10,45 at Yves Rocher, both in-store and online.

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