Maybelline Define-A-Lash Volume Washable Mascara Reviews
Product Type: Maybelline makeup
Newest Review: ... i mean come on all the models in the adverts are wearing them when advertising the mascara's anyways. I went in to boots and ... more
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Customer Maybelline Define-A-Lash Volume Washable Mascara Reviews (5)
by - written on 21/02/10 (Very useful, 12 readings)
So I brought this one on the cheap as it was on offer and I needed a mascara so I brought this one. It was ok actually not the best I have ever had but it sis the job. Ok so the application brush was pretty standard, but the brush was bristles were nicely evenly speaced which give a clump free look. The mascara was easy to apply the only problem you come across is getting to the awkard lashes in the corners of your eyes are the brush is completly straight you can not get to them. You need to have really flexible arms and wrists which most of us do not. If you are patient though you can eventually get some of those lashes. Each lash is made ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
When this first came out I was absolutely suprised and had to buy it. I previously had, had the first Maybelline Define a Lash in the green tube and was thinking that this would be good if it came with a version in volume and miraculously it did! Not only that but it came in a nice, girly but strong pink colour! It was a sign for sure. It bought this for about £6.99, about the same price I was paying for the normal green define a lash mascara. Everything was pretty much the same to include the packaging, just the change of colour and the word “volume`included. The brush was the same, a curvey wand made with rubber. Something quite different from most ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
Define - A - Lash Washable Mascara by Maybelline. I'm getting a bit sick of mascara adverts. The ad men must think we're all stupid. You know the ones I mean. The model starts off with normal eyelashes, then one sweep of the magic mascara brush and she looks like half a dozen spiders have set up camp on her eyelids. Well I'm sorry, but all these adverts for 'Super Fat Mega Sexy' get yourself a husband now, fluttery eyelashes are having us on. Anyone with half an eye can see that these models are all sporting a couple of sets of falsies. I think I've tried most of these super mega mascara's. The worst are the one's that have a white ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Before my obsession with false eyelashes started i had an even bigger obsession with mascara! Very expensive obsession especially since mascaras hardly ever life up to their claims. If you like your eyes to be dramatic i would seriously recommend using fake eyelashes, i mean come on all the models in the adverts are wearing them when advertising the mascara's anyways. I went in to boots and asked the lady for a mascara she recommend to lengthen, thicken and voluminous my eyelashes. She gave me define- a - lash volume mascara, the bright pink tube actually swayed me to buy it i cant resist pretty packaging. I had very high expectations for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/10 (Very useful, 16 readings)
I am quite a fussy person when it comes to mascaras, so I am looking for the perfect one. I found that this mascara was great for separating the lashes but it did not add enough volume to satisfy me. However I managed to resolve this problem by using mascara that would add more volume on top of this mascara. I have quite long eye lashes so I like to make the most of them as I believe they are my best feature. I found that using another Maybelline mascara made my eyelashes more noticeable and appealing. The colour of the tube is a shocking pink colour which is extremely appealing to me as I am quite a girly girl and it looks pretty in my make up bag. This isn't my ... Read the complete review
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