The Body Shop Divide And Multiply Mascara Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop makeup
Newest Review: ... off but I'm almost always left with dark circles of mascara the next morning. Although it doesn't irritate my eyes whilst ... more
Customer The Body Shop Divide And Multiply Mascara Reviews (8)
by - written on 02/10/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I seem to get through a lot of mascara, not because I wear it all the time or pile it on when I do use it but because I'm still searching for the perfect mascara to use. A couple of Christmas' ago my Mum bought me a few bits and pieces from The Body Shop and one of the things she got me was their Divide and Multiply Mascara. The mascara costs £11 for a 10ml tube which, in my opinion is probably mid- price range for a mascara and is available in store as well as online at The Body Shop in just two colours, black and brown. The packaging for Divide and Multiply is disappointingly a little bit boring. The first thing is that at 10ml the tube is quite small, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/10 (Very useful, 164 readings)
Like most girls, I'm constantly on the lookout for a *really* fantastic mascara. Other items of make up don't disappoint me if they're not terribly good but somehow I expect more from mascara, perhaps because it's my 'Desert Island product' - the one item of make-up that I'd hate to leave the house without. With every new tube, I expect to have great things done to my eyelashes. In pursuit of this dream I've tried every kind of mascara, from the high end Chanel ones to the cheapie Collection 2000 ones. Thus far, I've found the ones with a comb seem to work best for me and that expense isn't necessarily a reliable indicator of either the quality or how good it will .. Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/10, updated on 27/01/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I must confess, I am an avid fan of the Body Shop and I buy certain products over and over again. However I usually avoid the sales staff like the plague, because they introduce me to more products and I end up spending a small fortune. For this reason I tend to run in, grab what I want and get out of there. However a few months ago I called in to get my usual face base, moisturiser and mascara, when wham... the sale's girl came over. She explained that the divide and multiply mascara was the latest product to hit the shelves, she showed me the fine brush with miniscule bristles and explained that it worked by separating the lashes and making them look longer and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/10 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I recently took advantage of an offer on www.bodyshop.co.uk whereby you purchased 2 make up items and received this product for absolutely nothing, and considering I was in the market for a new mascara I thought I would go ahead and get this offer. It normally costs £11.00 to buy and the Body Shop say about it on the website = the ultimate one-step lengthening and separating mascara for sensational ultra long, dark, glossy lashes in seconds. Non-clumping, non-smudging, long lasting formula. Ophthalmologically tested. It is available in black and brown, but I only ever wear black mascara so went for that one. When the product came I was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I have never bought anything from the body shop, I came across this mascara by chance as it was on offer (I only paid £3) although originally it costs £11! *~*~* Product *~*~* On first glance it looks nothing special, it is the typical mascara shaped bottle which is mainly a shimmery green colour, I has the body shop logo, the mascara name and the size on the front (10ml) The top of the mascara is silver and to access the mascara you simply twist the top and then pull out the mascara. The colour I chose was Black which is 01 code. The size of the applicator stick is about 12cm long, which I think is ... Read the complete review
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