One Hundred Women Watch 'Titanic' to Test Out L'Oreal's Waterproof Mascara

Brand Photographed People Before and After the Movie

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Jun 10, 2015

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To prove its waterproof mascara has staying power, L'Oreal conducted an experiment on 100 Mexican women: it made them sit through "Titanic" without spoiling their makeup.

The cosmetics brand invited the women to a movie theater and before the film, gave them a makeover and photographed them. After the marathon tear-fest, it photographed them again -- just to prove that their mascara hadn't run all over their face. According to this video, the experiment worked.

The stunt, designed to be shared as a social video, was by McCann Mexico.

The ad, of course, revolves around typical stereotypes of women being weepy over epic romance such as "Titanic." Fortunately, other beauty marketers such as Bobbi Brown have found ways to celebrate a different kind of waterproof makeup-wearing female --- extreme athletes -- to test out its Longwear line.


Jun 10, 2015
Brand :
Client :
Creative Vice President :
Javi Carro
Group Account Director :
Joanna Lpez
Associate Creative Director :
Roberto Martnez
Senior Copywriter :
Adria Juregui
Art Director :
Myriam Barrios
Account Director :
Audrey Amselli
Production House :
Unidad 59
Film Director :
David "Leche" Ruiz
Production Director :
Juan Gonzlez
Production :
Rafael Lpez
Client Approval :
Delphine Aphecetche
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