Enhance Eyelashes Without Falsies or Extensions

When I heard about these 3D fiber Lashes from Younique, I knew I had to give them a try. My eyelashes are more than pitiful. I don’t have the patience for falsies, and I don’t know that I’m in love with extensions … I feel like you can always tell when someone is wearing them. But even still, they’re just not for me. I’m the busy mom who wants a super natural, effortless look. With this mascara, you get the best of both worlds. There are two tubes of mascara that come with your kit. One is a transplanting gel, and the other has natural fibers made from green tea that lengthen your lashes by 300%. So you start with the transplanting gel, then you apply the fibers to your lashes, and then you seal the fibers in place with another coat of transplanting gel. They’re pretty much amazing. They don’t annoy like fake lashes, and they look so natural. You’re just enhancing your lashes. And seriously? They’re amazing. See for yourself!

Younique 3D Fiber Lashes | $35

  • Enhance Your Eyelashes 1 of 9
  • Younique 3D Fibers 2 of 9

    That's right. It comes in an awesome case. What can I say? I was excited!!

  • Transplanting Gel 3 of 9

    Don't mind the chipping nail polish. I can't find my remover anywhere! Okay so you're first going to put on your most favorite mascara. Cheaper mascaras tend to yield better results. Next, take your transplanting gel out of the fabulous case and get ready for some luscious lashes. You're going to do one eye at a time, and I actually had the natural fibers tube open and ready so that I could quickly apply both.

  • Apply Gel 4 of 9

    You're going to apply the gel to your lashes. This is what's going to make your fibers stick.

  • Natural Fibers 5 of 9
  • Apply the Natural Fibers 6 of 9

    Then you're going to apply the fibers while the first coat of transplanting gel is still wet. Do not apply too close to the waterline, as it could result in fibers getting in the eye and causing irritation. But don't worry, this is super easy. Next you're going to apply a nice layer of transplanting gel over the fibers to lock the fibers in. You're going to focus the fibers on the tips and the outer corners of the eye. The fiber lashes can be layered more than once — just be sure to seal them with transplanting gel. If you apply too many fibers in one step, you will have fibers fall onto your cheeks. It's best to apply with a light touch and re-apply if you need a more dramatic effect.

  • Voila 7 of 9

    And there ya have it — drab to fab! No falsies, no extensions, just fabulous lashes.

  • Before and After #1 8 of 9
  • Before and After #2 9 of 9
Article Posted 3 years Ago

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