Miss Sporty Studio Lash Instant Volume Mascara Reviews
Product Type: Miss Sporty makeup
Newest Review: ... I thought it was worth a go. I bought a black shade, usually I would buy brown/black but I read this shade can sometimes ... more
Customer Miss Sporty Studio Lash Instant Volume Mascara Reviews (6)
by - written on 28/01/10 (Very useful, 84 readings)
Im constantly looking round for new mascaras because although I can't afford the pricey ones, I still love having long, volumised lashes! I've found some of the very cheap products (less than £5) are suited to their price tag and don't really do anything, but there are a few gems out there and i'd say this is definitley one of them. I've never really tried Miss Sporty products but this one caught my eye because of the bright colours and cheap price as I was browsing Boots. The tube looks pretty cool, as its a really shocking, shiny pink with silver writing. Its a pretty standard shape and flips into my makeup bag nicely. The claim on the tube is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Although I've always worn make up since I was about fourteen , I was never that interested in it , only using a little foundation and small amount of mascara and that was me done. Although , in the last year or so , my interest in 'health and beauty' has increased , and when I'm out shopping , I often find myself lingering around the 'make up' sections in shops. I was first introduced to the Miss Sporty range when I subscribed to the teenage magazine , Bliss , a couple of years ago. My subscription came with a set of Miss Sporty make up , worth about £30 if I remember corectly. Among the range was a mascara called 'Fabulous Lash - Curved' which I immediately ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/11 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I bought this mascara about a month ago for £2.99. I generally buy mascara from the Collection 2000 range but Miss Sporty caught my eye because the Miss Sporty range was beside the Collection 2000 range and the prices seemed to be a bit cheaper. One of the mascaras was already open, so I pulled out the wand to have a look at the consistency of the mascara. It looked better than the Collection 2000 range on this occasion so I thought it was worth a go. I bought a black shade, usually I would buy brown/black but I read this shade can sometimes make your eyes look tired. The brush/wand is about 1.5cm (15mm) long, which I feel is a suitable length for a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/10 (Very useful, 113 readings)
Like many others on this site, I am always on the hunt for the best-priced and best value mascaras floating around the market; I love knowing that I have picked up a real bargain! I came upon this Miss Sporty mascara having read many positive reviews. The mascara claims to be eye opening, volumising and sculpting - pretty good, for the price - so I decided it was worth a go. The whole Miss Sporty range is available in Boots, Superdrug and some other chemists, and is cheap and cheerful: this mascara was only £2.99 when I bought it in Boots. The brand aimed at pre/early teenagers and so can get over looked by beauty experts; the packaging is bright and fun, but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/10, updated on 03/05/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I feel the need to put the record straight on Miss Sporty. Yes, it's primarily aimed at teenagers, but that doesn't mean that it isn't a serious contender in the make up brand stakes... It is owned and made by the same people who do Rimmel, thus you should be able to see a lot of Rimmel in Miss Sporty products. Even the shape of the packaging is the same. I have noticed that a few months after something new is out in Rimmel, you can get it half the price from Miss Sporty. The great thing about this range, is as it is aimed at teenagers, no product costs more than £3. If that isn't a reason to give it a try, I don't know what is. This ... Read the complete review
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