Bourjois Brush Foundation Reviews
Product Type: Bourjois makeup
Newest Review: ... I immediately wanted to try it! The brush was much thicker and better quality than I was expecting - it looks a lot like a ... more
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Customer Bourjois Brush Foundation Reviews (10)
by - written on 09/07/12 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I was doing some online shopping, much to my credit cards disappointment, on ASOS.com. I was on there to buy some summer clothes even though living in London I don't know why I bother! Curiosity got the better of me and I started to nose around the cosmetics page - soon after I found myself adding the Bourjois Brush Foundation to my basket, intrigued to know how it worked. As you know the usual foundations you find on the market come with a pump, in a pot or just with a lid! Never had I seen before a brush mechanism attached to the make up - just like a giant Touche Eclat! When my order finally arrived, it was the first product I rooted around for! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/07/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
A few weeks back I was literally just browsing around ASOS not looking for anything in particular when this foundation caught my eye. I had to buy it immediately as Ive never seen anything like this befre design wise so I thought it would be really great to try out something different as I had literally no idea whether it would be any good or not. I am quite shocked to report that this is a really good foundation - and everyone know Im not normally a fan of liquid make-up. Useful Information: Price: £11.70 Stockists: ASOS, Superdrug, Boots ETC Shades: Fair, Light, Tan & Medium. Contains 16ml Of Foundation Basically to apply ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/10 (Very useful, 264 readings)
Over the years I like probably most women have tried what seems like thousands of foundations in the bid to trying to find the miracle foundation which covers blemishes, gives a natural even coverage, doesn't cake and doesn't give the impression that you've just covered your face in oil! After years of searches and putting up with basic foundations I came across Bourjois Brush Foundation. Since my wonderful find I haven't looked back since! I first came across this miraculous foundation when I saw it on offer in Boots. Not one to turn down the chance of finding a foundation I opted for shade number 31 - beige clair which is actually the lightest shade in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 94 readings)
I'm usually loyal to Max Factor Colour Adapt Foundation, but then I can't resist trying out new products. I find the Bourjois brand to be good quality, although I found their Liner Effect Mascara didn't live up to its promises. I have read somewhere that Bourjois and Chanel cosmetics are made in the same factory (although they're not made from the very same formulations, apparently). I'm not rich enough to have tried Chanel make-up, but it gives me a good impression! The Bourjois Brush Foundation was probably designed on the back of the trend of applying foundation with a brush (whether mineral or traditional liquid), which has been promoted at Body Shop parties. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
This foundation I was given by a friend after it was to light for her skin tone so for me it was free they are around £10 in the chemists. So whats the difference between this and other foundations? Well this foundation has a brush attached to it. I must admit I usually use my fingers to blend in my foundation as I read somewhere years ago its the best way to make sure its blended in properly but this was free so I thought may as well give it ago. You get 10ml of foundation in a tube and it has a 12ml life span. When you take the lid off you will find the brush it then becomes like a thick handled make up brush at the bottom you will find ... Read the complete review
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