Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Bourjois Fan-tastic Volume mascara review, before and after photos

We all know I'm a mascara junkie and I've made many the rudie joke about the size, width, length of mascara wands and that will never change because I'm 12 years old on the inside!

The latest mascara from Bourjois has a wand the like of which I've never seen before.  The purple packaging is me all over and stands out a mile in the mess that is my make up stash.  The fan shaped brush itself is more of a comb than a brush and it's shaped in such a way to allow you to get the little lashes in the corners.


The brush is fantastic for really combing through the lashes and I've never had to use more than one coat each time I've used it.  Usually with mascaras that promise to fan out the lashes, the formula is pretty thin, giving you wispy natural lashes.  However Bourjois have cracked it in terms of giving fanned out fluttery lashes that also have volume, lift, curl and separation. 

On to the obligatory before and after shots! 


Holy moly I look like I've no eyelashes in the before shot!  The photos speak from themselves.  You can see my lashes are fanned out, curled, separated with plenty of volume.  It stays put all day and comes off easily at the end of the day.

Bourjois Fan-tastic Volume mascara is €13.99 and on counters now.  So if you want to play with a mascara with an interesting wand, then definitely check this one out.  This was a sample but it was only a matter of time before I bought it myself.  I'm a huge fan of Bourjois mascaras and this is a great addition to the range.  Love it!
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5 comments

  1. Wow your lashes look amazing with this on! Must check it out x

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  2. That's brilliant for one coat! No that I can ever stop at just one haha

    Chloe - Very Lovely Stuff

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  3. WOW! Get onto mah shoppin' list!

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