REVIEW: L’Oreal Miss Baby Roll Mega Volume Mascara

I’m sure by now you’ve all forgotten about this mascara ever since they released the Voluminous Lash Paradise mascara, but here I am to refresh your little memories.

Product details

It’s time to say bye-bye to boring lashes and hello to new Miss Baby Roll Mascara, for mega volume, curl and all-day hold. Our mega curl roller brush curls lashes from the root, for an instant lash lift! The Quick Mega Volume formula volumises lashes and holds them in a curl all day.

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The Packaging

I do actually like the packaging. Not so easy to take photos of, but I do like it. The bottom half of the tube is jet black, with the logo and ‘MEGA VOLUME’ printed on the front. The lid of the mascara is a baby pink colour, with a light teal like strip. I will say that it does look quite cheap and I LOVE it when products look expensive, but I am still a fan.

The Brush

I’ve never seen a brush like this before. It has small bristles, thats swirl around the whole brush, making this able to coat every lash.



I actually love this mascara. It makes my eyelashes so thick and volumised. The only issue I have with this is that sometimes it can make your eyelashes look clumpy, and it doesn’t suit my bottom eyelashes, so I can understand why some people, like my mum, may not like this. This is definitely my go to mascara currently, but I’ve recently picked up some other mascaras to test out, so I’ll have to see if they beat this one!


A few people have mentioned how this is a dupe for the Benefit Cosmetics Roller Lash. I have tried out that mascara, but it was such a long time ago that I wouldn’t be able to make a fair judgement on whether this was a dupe. Try it out and let me know!



  • Inexpensive
  • Makes my eyelashes look thicker
  • Makes my eyelashes look fuller
  • I’m a fan of the wand
  • Doesn’t flake off during the day
  • Easy to remove with makeup remover


  • Can look clumpy
  • You have to be super careful when applying to bottom eyelashes
  • Packaging isn’t expensive looking (Personal preference!)

Overall, I would definitely re-purchase this. If this were to be replace by another mascara, it definitely would have to have the same thickening effect that this one has.

Have you tried this mascara out? What did you think?