5 November 2014

younique 3D fiber lash mascara


Ever since starting to wear make up in my early teens I have been conscious of my eyelashes. I longed for long dark fluttery lashes but unfortunately mine are nearly non existent! I quite often get clumps of eyelashes falling out and leaving gaps along my lash line which looks so weird, so when Jess from Younique contacted me asking if I fancied trying their 3D fibre lash mascara my prayers were answered! I have tried loads of different mascaras over the years and none of them really wowed me apart from the Benefit They're Real mascara, that is the only mascara that seems to make my eyelashes look half decent. Jess explained to me that the concept of the 3D fibre lash mascara was to make you look like you're wearing false eyelashes or eyelash extensions without having to undergo the tricky stage of applying them. 


The mascara consists of two products, the transplanting gel, which is quite like a normal mascara but it is a wetter consistency to ensure that the fibres attach onto your lashes. You also get a tube of the fibres, these fibres are made from 100% natural green tea fibres. At first I was worried about putting these near my eyes as I always get my rabbits fur in my eyes and it is so irritating, but you can not feel the fibres at all. They are so soft and really make your eyelashes look so much thicker. 

You can use the product on its own or over your favourite mascara, I tried both techniques and below are my results


First of all I tried out the product on its own, I curled my eyelashes and as you can see they are so short and barely even noticeable! I then applied one coat of the transplanting gel from the 3D lashes kit and before that has a chance to dry you apply the fibres. Applying the fibres is simple, it is just like applying mascara. I found the best technique for me was to coat the back and front of my eyelashes, this really increased the volume. Then you seal in the fibres with another coat of the transplanting gel, I've found that waiting until the first coat of gel and fibres are dry, then sealing them in works better than putting another coat of gel on straight away. I think this is because the fibres will be stuck into the gel and dried they won't just slip back off your lashes when applying another coat. You could leave it as that, just applying one coat of the fibres or you can apply as many coats as you would like, it all depends on your personal preference and how dramatic you are wanting to go. I applied two coats as that is usually how many coats of my normal mascara I would apply.


On my other eye I tried it on top of my normal mascara (Benefit they're real - which is almost empty) I curled my eyelashes again and as I was saying before how I get gaps in my eyelashes, I actually have a gap going on at the moment, right in the middle the eyelashes are much shorter than the rest of my lashes. My benefit mascara didn't make them blend in, if anything it made the gap more exaggerated. I did the same as before and applied two coats of the fibre lashes and the results are amazing! It totally concealed where my lashes were missing and made them really defined and dark.

I think I prefer how the 3D fibre lash mascara looks on top of my normal mascara as they look darker and more defined. But both ways produces amazing results!

If you want to get your hands on this mascara you can purchase it from Jess' website here, or email her directly for more information - jessevansyounique@hotmail.com. They are currently available to buy in the US, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand.
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  1. I've been wanting to try this for a while now, it looks amazing. I'm so scared about getting the little fibres in my eye though!

    Sophie Leigh x
    www.sophhskii.co.uk

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