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Rouge Bunny Rouge Megaplumes Dramatic Lash Mascara - Review & Swatches

Rouge Bunny Rouge Megaplumes Dramatic Lash Mascara in Oxblood Panache

Influenced by the magnificent megaplumes, Dramatic Lash Mascara achieves the same impressive effect of false lash extensions, delivering full, thick, long and perfectly curled lashes to all who covet a mesmerising gaze. Graduating curves of strong, hollow fibres spiraling around the classic maxi-brush, gently and evenly sweep colour over every single lash without clumping. Even more difficult to reach, short lashes can be given perfect volume and curl. With colours borrowed from a submerged cosmos, adorn lashes with the abyssal hues of ox-blood or carbon black.

$39.00, £24.00, €29.00 | Rouge Bunny Rouge, Beauty Bay

Dramatic Lash Mascara comes in the shade Oxblood Panache with 9ml of product in the tube. The mascara has a natural jellifying system and filmogen complex to give superior flexibility and shine. The panthenol in it strengthens and restructures and its non-stop moisturising action nourishes and prevents breakage.

Rouge Bunny Rouge Megaplumes Dramatic Lash Mascara in Oxblood Panache
I have never been a coloured mascara girl. And even after trying this pretty mascara, I am not. But I am sure there are many of you out there who like this extra bit of edginess to your eyes and may find this review helpful.

Rouge Bunny Rouge Dramatic Lash Mascara comes in a sleek black tube covered with beautiful white intricate patterns. Out of the tube emerges a big sized wand covered in oxblood formula. For a mini-second I was really excited over the prospect of coloured eyelashes.

The formula is more on the drier side but does the job pretty well, since you can build and build without creating a wet mess. The wand helps coat each and every lash. It does a really good job of separating eyelashes.  I love that about it. I won’t say the mascara is anywhere ‘dramatic’, it does makes my lashes noticeable as you’d see in the swatches below, but there is no dramatic volume or length to them. Or if by dramatic RBR is referring to the shade oxblood that’s a different thing then.

The oxblood shade, I don’t think is meant to really pop. It is a very subtle hue that appears reddish-plum out in the sunlight and is more brown inside. I have used two coats of mascara in the swatch below. I have dark lashes and the colour does not look very stark. On lighter eyelashes, this mascara would look more noticeable and prettier. But on the brighter side, I can wear lightly oxblood tinted eyelashes without looking artsy. I am a dark, deep, thick, black eyelashes fan, which is why this mascara doesn’t play with my heart’s strings, otherwise formula and concept wise the mascara is pretty impressive.

The staying power is amazing. It is water-resistant. It doesn’t clump, smudge or flake on my eyes throughout the day. Also I never have much of a problem keeping the curl on my lashes, so this mascara keeps them curled well too.

Rouge Bunny Rouge Megaplumes Dramatic Lash Mascara in Oxblood Panache (swatches)
Sorry for the different lighting, the sun just wouldn't stay still.
In this picture I have applied the mascara over Maybelline The Rocket Volume Mascara. In the sunlight, the slight tint of red is visible otherwise it is quite similar to wearing a brown mascara.

Personally I am not sold over the coloured lashes thing but I have to admit the subtle oxblood hue does look intriguing. Especially if I pair it with a bold winged eyeliner, quite similar to the RBR’s Khazaria look here.


Oxblood was the ‘it’ colour last year and till now it doesn’t fail to look glam. RBR Megaplume Mascara in Oxblood Panache is divine if you are into slightly tinted eyelashes but doesn't do a lot in the volume and lengthening department.

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Disclaimer: This product(s) was sent to me for consideration to review. I was not paid for this review,  I am not affiliated with this company and the fact that the product(s) was free does not influence my opinion at all.
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