Boots 17 Big Volume Mascara Reviews
Product Type: Boots 17 makeup
Newest Review: ... expensive items being no more than £10. This particular mascara costs in the region of £6, which I do not find to be ... more
Customer Boots 17 Big Volume Mascara Reviews (5)
by - written on 20/05/09 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Mascara is a must for me as I have auburn hair & therefore very pale eyelashes which seem to be rapidly disappearing the older I get. I therefore need to use a mascara every day just so I know I still have a few left & also so I don't scare people. I have used dozens of different makes over the years ranging from the very cheap & nasty to the very expensive all with varying results. I've found some to be awkward to use, some too clumpy, others where I've needed a good few coats,some which have irritated my eyes & even some that smell awful. So, if you see a middle-aged, auburn-haired woman who's smelling all the mascaras in Boots then it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/09, updated on 10/01/09 (Very useful, 102 readings)
When it comes to buying a mascara I find it a real chore and not one bit a pleasurable buy. However I wouldn't dream of going out and not using the stuff of course! No matter how hard I try though I can't get on with the stuff sadly. Not just choosing one but applying it and when it comes to wearing it I find it a complete nightmare as I have really sensitive eyes and I've lost count of the amount I own and although as I have said I wear them the results I can get are acceptable enough but I never think I gain all that much but a bit of colour from a mascara...however not always clumped on if I'm lucky. So it's not an item I will browse at in stores for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/12, updated on 19/02/12 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I am always on the lookout for the 'perfect' mascara and have tried many different brands with very different price tags, however as of yet have not found one that I would buy again. My most recently purchased mascara is this 'Big Volume'one be 17. 17 is a brand that is exclusive to Boots and is very similar to their No 7 collection, however, it is aimed at younger girls / teenagers, hence the name, and also provides make up / colours you would expect this age group to like. The range is fairly cheap, with some items costing a little over £1 to some of the most expensive items being no more than £10. This particular mascara costs in the region of £6, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/02, updated on 24/02/03 (Very useful, 131 readings)
Boots big volume mascara is an everyday mascara that is quite low in price and anyone who uses mascara religiouly like me, will know that a half decent one is a must if you want to go out looking normal but sometimes money can be a bit tight and we can't treat ourselves to that really expensive one at the Debenhams counter! I have big blue eyes and like to make the most of them by wearing lots of mascara and eye-make up to enhance them - and I am well known for it! Im always buying mascara of all sorts of price ranges from £4 to £15, but I was really skint one month so I asked my friend if she knew of a good one that I could afford. (she always has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/00, updated on 18/12/04 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I bought Boots No 17 Big Volume Brown/ Black Mascara primarily because it was dermatologically tested and I was wearing contact lenses at the time. It promised big volume, smudge resistance - and most importantly flake free. Essential quality for contact lenses wearers as there is nothing more painful than something in your eye when you are wearing lenses. It did live up to some of its promises - it was flake free and smudge free, and the colour was good. However this is a very clumpy mascara. Try as hard as you can it always goes on bitty and never smoothly. I bought an eyelash brush to try and comb out the bits but it wasnt really effective. It definately wasnt ... Read the complete review
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