Sunday, 28 April 2013

Lash Fibres Brush-On False Lashes



We are slowly getting through the products I received in my Cosmo Goodie Bag. Today I am here to share with you some brush on fake lashes. To good to be true? Well, maybe...



Lash Fibres' Brush-on False Lashes (£9.95) is a product whereby you apply tiny fibres to your eyelashes in-between two coats of mascara. This is meant to help the fibres bond to your natural lashes and in turn make you look like you have fuller, more luscious flutter.



As you can see, the application is quite simple. You use the mascara wand to brush on the fibres and away you go. I must admit that when I use this product it looks a lot like I'm brushing fluff onto my hairs rather than actual lashes. It's an odd look really. I can't help but think that there are already mascaras out there with fibres in them that do this job in one step instead of splitting it into two. However if the look is more dramatic with this product, I am all for it.



Here are my lashes with one coat of Revlon Photoready Mascara.

You are meant to brush the fibres down on top of your lashes as the next step. I soon realised that this was completely ruining the curl I had just put in them with my eyelash curler. Very annoying. After trying the fibres various different ways I was under the conclusion that you need to apply the fibres just like you would a mascara - wiggling the brush down over your lashes instead of up through them to try and catch as many fibres as you can.



And voila, this is what my lashes looked like afterwards. I'm not so sure that they look much fuller. I would say that the fibres do make some difference and I would use the product up but I wouldn't necessarily repurchase it. I can't help but think that my lashes only look more voluminous because I applied two coats of mascara and this would happen with or without the extra fibres. What do you think?

Have you tried this product yourself? Do you think it's worth spending the extra money and separating the fibre step instead of buying a mascara with fibres already in it? Let me know in the comments below.

4 comments:

  1. I think there's a massive difference, wow!

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    Megan xxx

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    1. I can't decide if that's just because there's more mascara though... xxo

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  2. Your lashes are really long already but there is not an amazing difference after the fibres, i tried the magnifibre lashes and the wand looks almost identical, i do think it takes a bit of practise with application though? Like one time i managed to get my lashes to look longer using it but the other times ey just got thicker. Mine said to brush the fibres on looking down, was it the same for you?

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    1. Yeah mine was exactly the same. I find that it works better for me the more that I use it but I wouldn't say my lashes look fake when I use it. xxo

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