Benefit BADgal Plum Mascara Reviews
Product Type: Benefit makeup
Newest Review: ... lovely looking fat metallic purple tube full of the mascara. It's applied using Benefit's classic fat BADgal brush.) I ... more
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Customer Benefit BADgal Plum Mascara Reviews (9)
by - written on 15/12/08 (Very useful, 843 readings)
I don't think I've got the hang of this Credit Crunch that we're living in at the moment at all. I say this for the simple reason that whenever I go to Boots and see the offer "Buy 2 products and get 500 Advantage Card points" I always think it makes perfect sense to buy two products. No matter how much I tell myself it's still costing me an extra £15 or £20 just to get 500 extra points I seem unable to leave the store until I've bought two products. Last week I actually went into replace my Dandelion powder that's run out and even gave myself a little prep talk as I walked in along the lines of "Don't buy anything else, you can't afford it, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/10 (Very useful, 176 readings)
I love coloured mascaras, especially purple ones, but for some reason they're the hardest to get hold of - I used to use a Collection 2000 one but they discontinued it, I wasn't that impressed with the Urban Decay one, and the 2True one, although a bargain, was absolutely rubbish. Imagine my joy when Benefit brought out a Plum version of their BADgal mascara. I like Benefit and have used the normal black mascara in the past, so I decided to ask for the new mascara for Christmas, as I couldn't really afford £15.50 for a mascara. Although I got the mascara as a Christmas present, I didn't get round to using it until early March. Like most mascaras this one ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/09 (Very useful, 230 readings)
I bought this mascara at a beauty show, where a big department store had a large presence. They were offering 10% off and so I decided to indulge! I was really looking for a concealer but this was the latest product and the girls were obviously trying to promote it above anything else. I tried the concealer and as I kept hearing about them rave about the mascara I was treated to demonstration and then I bought some! I've had the black BADgal mascara before and I found that this worked in exactly the same way. It has a lovely big brush with thick bristles which makes the product very easy to apply. The more you apply, the thicker your lashes look - this is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/09/10 (Very useful, 121 readings)
First Impressions I really love the idea of coloured mascaras. They always promise to do wonders. I've read in so many places that blue mascara makes the whites of the eyes look whiter and this Benefit one in plum colour is meant to bring out the colour of your eyes to make them look more intense. Unfortunately coloured mascaras remind me of a time when I was about twelve and loved bright coloured clip in hair extensions and plastic jewelery. The first mascara I ever bought was a blue one, I'm not really sure why. I guess it just went well with my amazingly cool roll on glitter lip gloss (yuck!). Anyway I put coloured mascara down as a misguided experiment ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/08 (Very useful, 257 readings)
It's always tricky to go near the Benefit makeup counter at a larger Boots store without being given a makeover, seemingly with or without your permission! So recently when I went over to have a look at the cheek tints, I wasn't surprised to find myself sitting on a stool and having mascara applied to my lashes! The makeup assistant chose to use Plum BADgal mascara on me because I have green eyes, and apparantly the purple colour in the mascara is supposed to intesify them. The Benefit brochure I have promises that the Plum mascara will 'bring out any eye colour', and give you 'lavishly long lashes'. It recommends that if you wear black mascara, ... Read the complete review
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