Tuesday, 4 August 2015

NEW Bourjois Push Up Volume Glamour Mascara

I love finding a new must-have mascara and Bourjois have never let me down before. Their Push Up Volume Glamour Mascara is now available in an Ultra Black version. At the Bourjois event earlier this year the make-up artist told me that if I liked the Volume 1 Seconde Mascara then I'd love this one 10 times more.
That's a bold statement as I absolutely love that mascara and I recommend it to anyone!


But back to the Push Up Volume... Like all good mascaras it all starts with the application, slightly zig-zag the brush through the lashes to get right in there and fully coat the lashes. The brush gives you extra coats on the outer lashes for a fanned out effect and really opens up the eyes. 


The ultra black formula enriched with black pigments makes the lashes super black and bold which looks really great with a smoky eye. 

The name is there for a reason, it's Push Up formula really curls the lashes and actually lifts them up to create length. It really holds the lashes there too, claiming to stay put for 16 hours which means you can apply in the morning and be fine to go out for a few drinks after work! It really does last, I've not noticed any flakes or had any need to reapply at all.

In the pictures I'm wearing nude eyeshadow and the mascara alone. There's no liner, that's 100% pushed up lash right there. 


The thing I love most is that is how lightweight it is. I hate that clumpy, stiff feel that some mascaras give to lashes. This one doesn't make my lashes feel stiff and crispy at all, I can actually touch them (if I wanted to) and they move and return back in place and still brilliantly full and pushed up!

This one didn't let me down. I think the packaging looks really luxurious too and looks like it costs more than £8.99 which is about average for a high street mascara. If you're after a bit of lift in the lash department (well who isn't?!) this is well worth picking up.



  1. This does sound amazing and your eyelashes are fab x

  2. I've never tried a bourjois mascara, I think it's time! Great post :)