Long Live Long Lashes!
The long-lasting content of this curvy little bottle goes to great lengths to make your eyes pop. In a good way.
Also, while we’re on the subject of false-eyelash effect mascaras, anyone remember the odd contraption that was Bourjois Coup de Theatre Black and White Mascara?
Bourjois branded it “The original mascara for false eyelash effect.” Indeed, I remember thinking when the double-ended mascara first came out that it was some sort of revolutionary device (in my defence, I was only 14 and somewhat susceptible to the pseudo-scientific waffle of beauty adverts.)
So impressed I was by the slender, monochrome packaging that I had to have it. “This mascara will transform my eyelashes!” I thought. And I was right. It did transform my eyelashes – into looking like Cruella de Vil’s hair.
What a complete waste of time that product was! Not only did the white mascara create a clumpy effect, but the fact that you could always see it beneath the black coating just made your eyelashes look bloody weird.
To summarize, it was a fairly rubbish mascara, which is probably why Bourjois discontinued the product and replaced it with the new Coup de Theatre 2 in 1!
So tell me, which mascaras do you rate and which do you hate?