Bourjois Mascara Battle

Hi,dsc00462

How are you?

Today I’m writing you about the Bourjois Push Up Volume Glamour and the new Bourjois Volume Reveal.

To me, finding a mascara that works with my thin lashes and that doesn’t pull them down is quite difficult, so I end up purchasing and binning a fair amount.

First I’m going to start with the Bourjois Push Up Ultra Black Edition, the packaging is elegant and curvy in the traditional Bourjois design with a brush like wand.
About the mascara itself you will need to wipe the excess off by swiping it on tissue paper, it’s actually something that makeup artists do, otherwise it packs a lot of product.
After applying the first coat you can do a second one for dramatic effect, but even with a second coat the mascara doesn’t clump or feel heavy and my lashes looked full and volumised. I would definitely recommend this one for an evening look but it’s just my opinion and I’ll probably use it everywhere except work.

Now for the new Bourjois Volume Reveal, the packaging is completely different from the usual design and comes with a magnifying mirror but the wand is very stiff and doesn’t have the brush like feel that the Push Up does.
You don’t need to apply a second coat of mascara as it does exactly what it says on the tin but it won’t give you the dramatic effect that the Push Up does.
But even with its cons it doesn’t clump, doesn’t feel heavy, you don’t need to wipe off the excess, it does give volume without looking stiff.
It’s perfect for a day time look or a softer evening look and I’ll be wearing it for work.

If you have tried it and you have a different opinion let me know in the comments below.

Lots of love

Pearl x

P.S. – Here’s a hint on a next post… NYX

 

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