Maybelline Dream Mousse Eyecolor Reviews
Product Type: Maybelline makeup
Description:Brand: Maybelline / Type: Eye Mousse / Suitable for: Eye
Newest Review: ... a powder with the smooth feel of a cream in one amazing mousse formula. It is developed with transparent pure colour pigments ... more
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Customer Maybelline Dream Mousse Eyecolor Reviews (23)
by - written on 14/01/08 (Very useful, 565 readings)
Maybelline Dream Mousse I recently started using eye colours other than the powders which I had always bought, and having toyed with liquids, decided to give the mousse types a go. Advertised as being air whipped, and combining the long lasting wear of powder eye shadows with the feel of cream, I decided that this would probably be easy to apply, and leave me with less blending to cover any creases around the eye area. ~~The eye colour~~ The eye colour comes in a small clear pot with the screw on/off lid being the colour of the eye colour, so at least if you have a few of the pots, you won't be scrabbling around looking at the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/11 (Very useful, 98 readings)
~~~~~~~~~~~~ Mousse or moose? ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Once upon a time you could get a little confused between the mousse you eat and the moose that has a big set of antlers. Then, just to add to that confusion, cosmetics company Maybelline goes and launches a range of cosmetics in a mousse format. I am pleased to say these resemble the deserts more closely than the animals, but they are definitely not to be eaten. These mousse formula products were launched a few years ago and there are a range of different mousse products available: Blush Foundation Bronzer Eyeshadows This review is for the eye ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/12 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Following on from my latest review on Boots No 7 eyeshadow I thought that whilst it was fresh in my mind I may as well write a review for its predecessor in my make up bag which is this Maybelline Dream Mousse Eyecolour. It used to be one of Maybellines top selling products and was widely available wherever you came across a Maybelline stand but looking on the internet for the sake of this review hasn't come up with much so I fear that if it hasn't already been, then it's on the point of being discontinued which is a shame. I always used to buy my pots of dream mousse eyecolour from Boots as, living in a small town, that was the only option easily accessible ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Years ago, I tried a cream eye shadow, and ever since then I have never gone back to the compacted powder versions. When my last tube of eye shadow was discontinued, I was forced to look around for something new. I eventually settled for a pot of cream eye shadow from Maybelline as I needed some foundation and there was a multi buy offer in Boots at the time. Maybelline cream eye shadow pots come in four different shades, a beige, blue, green and brown. I opted for the brown which is usually my colour of choice when it comes to eye shadow. Each pot will cost you £6.19 which isn't too bad considering the amount you actually get in the small ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/09/10 (Very useful, 12 readings)
---The company--- Maybelline is a company with 90 years experience of cosmetics and is currently the number one cosmetic company in the world. It claims to reflect new york energy attitude and style with a cool urban edge. ---The product--- Dream mousse formulation is air whipped so that it glides on smoothly and blends easily. It can be applied lightly or layered for a more intense look. It is available in seven different shades (Eden green, angelic pink, caramel karma, blissful beige, fabulous turqoise, divine gold and suede sensation) Currently this eyeshadow is priced at £5.99 in boots and is part of a 3 for 2 offer on maybelline products. ... Read the complete review
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