I go back and forth on Bourjois. I can't decide whether I love this line or not. Needless to say, I've come across some greats - loving the lipgloss - but other products have disappointed me. These two products aren't huge disappointments, but there's nothing phenomenal to recommend them, either.
Bourjois Liner Clubbing is a perfectly fine, standard liquid eyeliner. There is nothing innovative or exciting about it. It comes in a small tube with a very thin brush. It dries fairly quickly. It stays put all day. It comes off easily with eye makeup remover. That's it. Those are the requirements for a good liquid liner and this product has them. But, if you want my opinion, go to the drugstore and buy Maybelline Ultra Liner and save yourself several bucks. Their effect is the same - you're just paying for the brand name, in this case.
Volume Clubbing masara can be considered a good mascara, in that it does everything I want a mascara to do - it leaves you with ridiculously long lashes and they are extra, extra black. Great! However ... this mascara clumps instantly. It has a weird brush that's flattened in the middle. I've found, through trial and error, that the best way to apply this mascara is to use the flat side to get all the yummy inky blackness onto your lashes, then use the brushy parts to comb through the lashes about a billion times until you're left with perfectly defined, dark lashes. Another nasty little bit, though ... this stuff is a bear to get off. Last night, I doused a cotton ball with waterproof eye makeup remover, left it on my lids for a minute and the mascara didn't budge. I swiped and swiped, using three cotton balls - some was still there. By this time, it had become a huge, flaky mess and a huge flake had gotten into each eye! Oh, no. I am very sensitive about my eyes - that is a big ole no-no in my book. Even after washing my face with a creamy cleanser and using toner, I was still scrubbing at my lashes to get it off. If you're gonna be onstage or doing something else where you'd like to be sure your mascara is smear-proof this is the stuff (maybe that's why it's called Volume Clubbing - it's meant to be worn to the club when you're hot and sweaty) - but if you just want mascara for a regular old workday, it might not be worth it for the headache involved in taking it off. Buyer beware.
You can get Bourjois' Liner Clubbing and Volume Clubbing mascara in Sephora stores or on www.sephora.com.