Revolution launched a whole new collection of mascaras at the start of the year, and I knew I needed to try at least one. I bought the Revolution Big Lash XL Volume Mascara, but there are five new mascaras within their new range. If you’d like to read my thoughts on the Revolution Big Lash XL Volume Mascara, keep on reading..
Revolution Big Lash XL Volume Mascara
The mascaras within the new Revolution Mascara collection include the following five types;
- Revolution Big Lash Volume Mascara
- Revolution Stretch it Out Mascara
- Revolution Wispy False Lash Mascara
- Revolution Big Lash Waterproof Volume Mascara
- Revolution Curl Elevation Mascara
Revolution used to do a mascara back in 2015 called the Viper Mascara which used to be really good, but it was discontinued, and they didn’t really ever replace it. They launched the Mascara Revolution just over a year ago, but it was truly awful, so I didn’t have high hopes for their new mascara collection, however as they’re only £6 each, I decided it was still worth trying at least one.
The collection includes different shaped wands, with a mixture of both synthetic and natural bristles. I personally prefer natural bristled mascaras, but I decided on the Revolution Big Lash XL Volume Mascara as it looked like a natural and synthetic bristle hybrid, and I liked the description and claims.
“Revolution Big Lash Mascara is the ultimate volumising mascara.
Featuring a wide angled brush which has been specially designed to give every single lash some serious oomph! The short bristles hook onto the root of even the smallest of lashes and load up product for some serious weightless drama. The long bristles coat each lash from root to tip for high impact length and volume.
The formula is weightless, fast drying and jet black for the ultimate volumising finish. Love this? This product is also available in waterproof.”
The Revolution Big Lash XL Volume Mascara has a slightly twisted design to the bristles, and is quite chunky in terms of shape. The wand features bristles of varying sizes, and they’re all slightly tapered which I feel is great for helping to separate the lashes, and prevent clumping.
It is a very wet mascara, which hopefully you can see in the photo above. There are large sections of the wand where there are no bristles, and this is where excess product tends to gather, so it’s a messy mascara to apply.
However, it’s effective at giving a nice amount of volume and length. It’s not a wow type of mascara for my super short lashes, but it’s much better than the Mascara Revolution Mascara and I’d be tempted to perhaps try another of the mascaras in their mascara collection.
You can find the Revolution Big Lash XL Volume Mascara right here.
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