Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Charlotte Tilbury Full Fat Lashes Mascara review, before & after photos

I've basically studied all of Charlotte Tilbury's YouTube videos since she started posting them and since the beginning, I've had her Full Fat Lashes mascara on my wish list.  Mascara's my thing and as I've said many times before, it's my desert island product and one I cannot be without.  So when I got this in a gift bag recently, I went straight home, took my mascara off, put this one on and haven't looked back!


With it's laser cut 5 star brush that combs through my lashes easily, this mascara promises curl, separation, volume, length and drama.  That's quite a big list of things for one itty bitty mascara, so does it actually work?


Answer:  Yes it big fat does!

It's become my everyday mascara because I can pack it on without fear of the dreaded clumpage and the wand deposits the right amount of product on the outer lashes giving the illusion of thickness and volume.  On my weeny limp lashes, it gives everything it promises with grand curl, volume, separation, length and drama with a bit of lift added in for good effect.
Charlotte Tilbury Full Fat Lashes Mascara - 1 coat

The formula allows you to layer on a second coat without any hassle and for nights out or on days when you're wearing lots of eye makeup, this is a good thing.  Who says you have to keep the dramatic eyeballs for night time? 

Charlotte Tilbury Full Fat Lashes Mascara - 2 coats
I don't have any problems with flaking or smudging apart from the slight smudging that I manage to do every single day when applying mascara.  It's knowing I've to beat the clock first thing in the morning and each morning without fail, I poke myself in the eyeball or smudge my mascara, but apart from that, this has fantastic longevity altogether and is easy to remove at the end of the day with a micellar cleansing water.


At €29.00, it's spendy, but I'd buy it again.  It's one of those mascaras I've been happily wearing without eyeshadow, knowing that it holds it's own and makes my eyes stand out.  The photos show how it transforms my non existent lashes into fluttery, voluminous lashes and for that, Charlotte Tilbury Full Fat Lashes Mascara gets two Full Fat Thumbs Up from moi!  It's available in Brown Thomas and online, so no excuses not to try it!

Have you tried this yet?  Or anything else from the collection for that matter?  Do tell and enable me!
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6 comments

  1. Great post, this looks lovely on but I've only fallen in love with Bourjois recently for my lashes so this may have to go on my wishlist for when I've a bit more moolah! I haven't bought anything of hers yet but had an eye on the palettes, would they be the right way to go?

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  2. Oh Karen you're doing it to me again. I'm at the arse end of pretty much all my mascara's and had been looking for something new. This is definitely a contender. I have lashes like yourself, stumpy and non existant without mascara, but not too shabby with it. The roots of mine are dark and the tips are blonde....go figure! So they look 10 times better with mascara on. I may purchase this when I'm up in the big smoke shopping over the Christmas. €29 aint cheap, but hey, I've spent €30 on Chanel mascara regularly so I'd be a hyprocrite if I said it was too expensive.

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  3. Looks gorgeous on you! I'm pretty sure I need this.

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  4. Oh Karen :( I'm going to be shot if I buy any more Charlotte Tilbury but I love how this looks! *Sensible Head* but I have 2 new mascaras that I've been saving for when my current ones run out so maybe after they run out...

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  5. This looks amazing on you - may have to convert to bristle/fibre wand mascara for this one! xx

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  6. Looks amazing, must give it a go! x
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