Younique 3D Lashes Mascara Review features my experiences and thoughts on the product.
I recently received this mascara from a friend who asked that I try it out and review it on here. I was hesitant at first because I didn’t know much about it when I agreed to try it. I was surprised when it arrived in a very chic case featuring two different containers. After reading the directions I was anxious to give it a go and see what the results would be.
Here are the steps I followed to apply this product.
Step 1 / Begin by a applying a single coat of your favorite mascara.
Step 2 / Apply a few coats of the Transplanting Gel. The gel contains collagen which is a key component to the success of the 3D Fiber lashes application. The formula conditions your eyelashes to ensure they stay moisturized and tangle-free. The application of the gel is what will help the fiber lashes stick to the natural lashes.
Step 3 / Now, take the tube with the natural fivers and carefully swipe them over the lashes, helping them stick to the gel. The fibers are derived from the components of green tea, these fibers are unlike any other fiber-based mascara on the market. The fibers will attach themselves naturally to your eyelashes, giving the volume, length and thickness you have always tried to achieve with regular mascaras.
Step 4 / Take the transplanting gel and swipe a second coat over the top of the lashes once more. I found this to be the trickiest part. Let the coats dry for a few seconds before moving onto this step which will help tame any clumping that can naturally occur.
This second coating will ensure that the fibers are secure and stay in place. Your eyelashes will look and feel natural, as if you were wearing regular mascara.
Removal: This mascara is waterproof but can be removed easily. Simply wipe the eyes with makeup remover and a cotton round then finish by rinsing your face with water and gently massaging your favorite face wash over the eye area before rinsing and patting dry.
Here are a few tips to help get the perfect lashes:
- Curl your lashes first before applying your regular mascara in the first step.
- Brush through your lashes to ensure they are separated.
- After applying the fibers, carefully comb through the lashes to separate them and remove any chunks.
- Once the second coat of gel is applied, carefully brush through the lashes once more to ensure there are no clumps or lashes stuck together.
Word of Caution:
After having LASIK, my eyes are very sensitive. If you have sensitive eyes as well, be careful when applying the natural fibers which can fall down into the eyes and cause slight irritation. Keeping the eyes moisturized with lubricating drops can help with this, along with being slow and careful when applying the fibers.