August 5, 2014

Take the new Buxom Vanity Mascara to the Buxom Mascara Bar

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Buxom Mascara Bar

Step up the the Buxom Mascara Bar and choose one of seven different applicator brushes to use with the new Buxom Vanity Lash Mascara ($22)! Yup, it’s all about customization with the new Buxom Vanity Lash Mascara that formulated and designed to work with one of seven new Buxom Mascara Bar Brushes so you can pair your favorite brush or brushes with a formula rich in pro vitamin B5 and get any number of different looks courtesy a custom brush of your choosing!

Want fluttery lashes? Just feel like length? Curl, length, and volume? It’s entirely up to you when you choose one of seven different applicators from the new Buxom Mascara Bar ($11 each).

Buxom Vanity Lash Mascara

Buxom Mascara Bar Fall 2014

Buxom Mascara Bar selections:

  • Curl & Contour Brush
  • Lush & Lifted Brush
  • Strong & Long Brush
  • Full & Fabulous Brush
  • Big & Bushy Brush
  • Thick & Defined Brush
  • Itty Bitty Brush

Each brush is exclusively available at Sephora and and offers a variety of options to work with Buxom’s new volumizing Vanity Lash Mascara but unfortunately the mascara is sold separately!

I like the idea of this! I love options, I love variety, I love customization. I don’t love the price though…! $11 for the brush and $22 for the mascara makes for a $33 experience! Ouchie! The brushes at $6 would have been a nicer option dontcha think? Update: The cost of one applicator is deducted at checkout or when you purchase in store however, additional brushes are $11 each!

Do you think you’ll be stopping at the Buxom Mascara Bar soon?

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  • Kimmwc03

    Wow, didn’t realize they were sold separately. I don’t think I will buy this mascara. That’s an Armani, YSL, Dior kinda price.

  • Kaitlyn

    I guess theoretically you could wash and sanitize the wand and use it with your next tube, but that’s still too pricey for me.

  • Ms. Heathen

    Now see, I wish this were an option more often to pick my brush with my mascara instead of being stuck with a certain formula for a certain brush. I do well with tiny pointed brushes because I have no room to maneuver with my small eyes. But I’m not plopping down $33 for a product that has to be replaced every 90 days. I also wish since mascara has to be replaced so often that I could buy it in smaller tubes. I’m tired of wasting 2/3 of the product. I am more likely to buy three $10 mini-tubes than I am to spend $30 for a product I’ll have to toss most of.

    If a drugstore brand wanted to sell me a choice of wands for maybe three to five bucks extra, I’d be OK with that. This is one of the reasons I still buy Great Lash even though the formula isn’t great, they have one with that tiny spear shaped brush that works just right for me.

  • andy

    WOW i totally thought of doing this when i start my own makeup line hahaha. they stole my idea!

  • Gillie

    Great idea! Bad price.

    Though, maybe the wands could be paired with a cheaper mascara with a good formula and a bad brush?

  • Melanie

    Not a bad concept if the mascara is truly an “on point” formula to carry out the task for each brush description. The BE and Buxom line of Mascara’s is not all that great to carry such a high price. This is a Dior, Armani price point and the line well just is not that high end. Not ready to try anytime soon unless it hits the clearance bin.

  • Chynna

    Wow, no thanks. I totally agree, a $6 brush would be better. I bought the Eyeko Mascara Wardrobe for less than $33 and it came with three brushes.

  • kathy

    This is a brilliant idea! I’m not a big mascara wearer, but love the idea of this – may have to try it.

  • mirandagrosvenor

    For that amount…forget it. I’ll just get Chanel Inimitable.

  • Jen K.

    They should give you one brush free when you buy the mascara. Then you only have to pay if you want additional brushes.

    • Kim

      According to sephora’s website you can buy the mascara and brush together for $22. I also saw them in my local Sephora store yesterday.

  • Angel

    $33.00??? What are they smoking? I thought this was a cool idea until you said the wand is sold separately. Now I’m just mad LOL! I’m sorry, I’m truly a bit stunned by this. First, because none of Buxom or BE’s mascaras have ever done squat for me. I just don’t do well with their formulas. Second, mascara is notoriously the cheapest makeup product to produce. It’s the main reason we are constantly bombarded with ten new ones claiming to be the greatest thing since sliced bread. Cool idea, terrible marketing. They should give you the wand for free.

    No worries though, I still have my HG Tarte for $20 and Clinique High Impact for $16.50. I got a sample of the Clinique with no hopes whatsoever. It totally surprised me! It’s given Tarte a run for it’s money in my daily routine. I switch back and forth between them, still not sure which one I love the most.

    • Destiny

      It is actually $22. The price of the wand is deducted during check-out 🙂

  • Christina

    This is such a great concept, but I didn’t realize that the brushes were sold separately…definitely not paying $33 for Buxom mascara!

  • Don

    Just so you guys know, It is only $22 for the mascara AND brush…the website does say that an $11 discount will be applied at checkout 🙂

    “In just 3 easy steps, you’ll be on your way to customizing your new Buxom Vanity Lash Mascara!
    STEP 1: Add the Buxom Vanity Lash Mascara to your cart.
    STEP 2: Add 1 Buxom Mascara Bar brush of your choice to your cart.
    STEP 3: An $11 discount will be applied automatically at checkout (one discount per order; discount not applicable for orders shipping outside the U.S.). “

  • Quinctia

    Uhh…I actually really like Buxom lash, but their regular price is already the upper limit of what I’d spend for a mascara, because Maybelline has a couple formulas that work for me just fine.

    So interesting idea, bad price point. The $22 price point is higher enough from their regular Buxom lash to where that would’ve been reasonable for mascara + choose your wand, in my opinion.

  • Sara

    FYI The cost of the formula + brush is $22; Sephora deducts the $11 charge for the brush when you buy the formula, so it’s not as expensive as it seems 🙂

  • Chaia

    If you read the description, you see that if you add the buxom brush and a mascara to your cart, they deduct the $11 from your total, so the brush isn’t an extra cost.

  • Jill

    You buy the mascara for $22 and you pick the wand you want it will be $22 all together if you want another wand that will be $11