Recently I decided I wanted to try something new with my mascara choices. I'd been using false lashes more and more but find them a huge pain to apply, so was looking for a mascara that would give me the same look as falsies but without the fuss.
A friend of mine is a Younique presenter, so I decided to have a look through her store and see if there was anything a bit different that took my fancy, when I discovered 3D Fibre Lash and decided to give it a try. I put my order through and two days later it came!
The product itself comes with instructions on how to apply, and there are videos on YouTube if you're still struggling to get the most from your product.
However I found the application to be quite simple and straightforward.
In the box came a bag with two black tubes. One tube is step 1, and the other tube is step 2. The first tube is transplanting gel which is a black glue type substance which is applied with a normal mascara spoolie wand. The idea is to apply this in a generous layer onto clean lashes first. The second tube is full of tiny black fibres, which when applied onto the glue layer, create a lot of volume and length.
When I used the product I decided to layer step 1 and 2 a few times to build a bolder look.
The overall result was definitely pleasing, however I did get some of the tiny fibres into my eye which was painful and irritating so you need to be very careful.
|Step 1 only (left)|
|Step 1 & 2 together (left)|
|3D Fibre Lash (left) VS L'Oreal Voluminous Extra Black (right)|
I'm lucky enough to have lashes that look quite long no matter what mascara I use so for me this product isn't life changing. I did however get a friend with sparse lashes to give it a go and the difference on her was amazing, so it really differs depending on the lashes of the individual using it.
If you have sparse lashes then this product is definitely one for you to try. It's available to buy here:
However if you find you have naturally long lashes or sensitive eyes, this may not be one worth investing in for yourself.