Givenchy Phenomen'Eyes Reviews
Product Type: Givenchy makeup
Newest Review: ... a good thing. I note there is no promise for lengthening but for me that's ok. **Product and Packaging...** The mascara is ... more
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Customer Givenchy Phenomen'Eyes Reviews (8)
by - written on 01/10/11 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Phenomen'Eyes Mascara When on a flight back from Italy I saw this in the in flight magazine and since I always like to buy something on the aeroplane I decided to give it a shot. **What it is...** It is advertised as a revolutionary new mascara designed to grip at lashes starting at the roots. It also states that it is high precision panoramic mascara which I assume means no clumping and bigger looking eyes. **What does it do?...** Givenchy Phenomen'Eyes mascara will perfectly curl and separate my lashes lashes which sounds like a good thing. I note there is no promise for lengthening but for me that's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/04/11 (Very useful, 62 readings)
Phenomen'Eyes is a mascara which was created by Givenchy in 2008. It is incredibly unique and unlike any other that I've seen. Make up brands are constantly changing the style of their mascara wands to give us longer, thicker and curlier lashes but even with all the different varieties available this design still stands out from the crowd. The mascara wand looks like a spider trapped on top of a wand. The wand has a spherical tip with bristles sticking out at all angles. The purpose of this rather peculiar design is to cover each lash fully without any clumping or smudging. Givenchy claims that this wand will make the process of applying mascara a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 84 readings)
When shopping in town with a friend, I was pretty surprised to find a minature medieval torture device at the Givenchy counter in Debenhams. However, as I got closer, I realised that it was not, in fact, a tiny replica of a mace, but some new, 'revolutionary' mascara. In case you couldn't work it out from the picture, the Phenomen'Eyes mascara is very short with a little ball on the end with spikes. Sounds kind of scary to be honest. When I first used it I was terrified of poking my eye out. Curiosity got the better of me and I decided to buy it, despite the £18.50 price tag - £18.50? For a mascara? It's madness, MADNESS I TELL YOU! -, and used it as soon as I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/07/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I had seen an advert for this mascara and desperately searched it out. Finding a store that stocks the full range of Givenchy make up was a challenge in itself. However, as soon as I found one, I made my purchase. The price tag is fairly high at £18.50, so be sure this is the product for you! This mascara does exactly what it promises - it gets right into the corners, catching even the smallest and fairest of lashes, it lengthens everything, and gives you that bright - wide- eyed look. Getting to the brush takes a while. It can be a bit fiddly to get the right angles, but with a bit of practise you can be an expert at covering your lashes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/09 (Very useful, 156 readings)
Givenchy have been given quite a lot of credit for designing the brush that's the main attraction of this mascara. I'd agree with the hype and say that the brush is definitely brilliant and effective - when showing it to a male friend recently (who knows nothing about make-up) he said 'why aren't all mascaras that shape?' which is a good point! I think in time this style of brush will take over; L'oreal have jumped on the bandwagon already. I read about this mascara a while ago and wanted to try it, but being someone who buys a new mascara pretty much every week, I waited a while until I'd made a bit of progress with my ever-growing batch. I finally got ... Read the complete review
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