Oh darlings if you’ve read my blog before I’m sure you’ll already be well aware that I am personally a HUGE lover of bargain beauty.
Yes I know that my Lancôme foundation is the love of my very single life and I know if I didn’t buy my favourite contour palette from Diego Dalla Palma I would save enough readies to buy at least 4 coconut milk lattes from Starbucks (other less impressive coffee chains are available on your local high street, I’m sure); BUT having said all that, there is nothing more thrilling (well, thrilling as far as beauty goes) than exploring the cheaper brands on the high street and finding some real gems.
So naturally when someone suggests that I try a new expensive product, I’m a huge skeptic.
But my old friend from college has recently become a Younique Presenter and managed to convince me to buy and try the 3D Fiber Lash Mascara duo.
To be honest, the idea of 2 full sized mascara tubes bulking out my beautifully organised (ha that’s a lie) makeup bag was already enough to put me off. Especially since I already use and love a cheaper Fiber mascara that is all in one tube.
- Lengthens your lashes to an unbelievable length.
- Not much clumpage in comparison to other Fiber mascaras
- A REAL false lash effect. I was really impressed with how dramatic it made my lashes look.
(The left is the 3D fibers, The right is Benefit:They’re Real. I haven’t curled my lashes in this photo, I also hadn’t slept much so apologies for those bags for life setting in there.)
- Time consuming to apply since you have to start with the gel, then put the fibers on then go back in with the gel to seal the fibers in. Others on the market are usually fibers and gel combined.
- As I’ve said before, two tubes. They could made it double ended as a space saving idea.
- The fibers tend to fall out on my cheeks before my day is out. Nothing major but I could do without it.
- When removing the fibers you MUST NOT rub back and forth. Use one pad with remover, wipe away from your eye when closed and throw straight away. If you go back in with the same pad, you risk getting fibers into your eye which will cause a lot of irritation!
- £23 RRP. Most good quality lash extending mascaras are no more than £17 and will do a pretty good job for day to day use.
Despite me being pernickety, this is a damn good product. And if, like myself, you are embarrassingly terrible at applying false lashes (I end up with one on my eyebrow and the other on my knee) then this is pretty much a spot on alternative.
So if you fancy checking out this wonder mascara for yourself, contact Shannon, here’s a link to her Facebook page:
I love you all, beauties.