From time to time a company will contact me to see if I’m interested in checking out one of their products. It’s definitely a fun part of blogging! I never say yes to items that I wouldn’t normally consider using. This is just not that kind of blog and I’d feel like a phony reviewing that kind of item for all of you who know me.
When the Lash Factory emailed me about trying their 3D fiber lashes I was like, ” HECK YEAH!”
Historically I haven’t had a problem with my eyelashes. They weren’t very long, but weren’t short and sparse either. They’ve always had a decent natural curl to them and when I find a mascara that works well for me, I’m usually pretty content with my natural lashes.
After having 3 kids, my hormones must be pretty different. I’ve noticed over the past year or so that my lashes are shorter and more sparse than they ever used to be.
I was wondering if it was a matter of mascara, but I’ve tried a variety of great mascaras and you can just only do so much with what you’ve got.
All that being said, I was very excited about having an opportunity to check out a product that might beef up my puny lashes!
Although it’s outside of my comfort zone, I thought it might be fun to do a little video of my first impressions of the Lash Factory 300x 3D Fiber Lashes.
Since you probably couldn’t see a whole lot of detail in the video, here are some photos…
The left eyelashes might look a little “spidery” but that’s because I made the mistake of applying my normal mascara to the fibers after I finished applying them. The result is MUCH BETTER without doing that, so learn from my mistake :)
The two pics below are of my other eye with the fibers applied, but no additional mascara added. Much smoother!
Aren’t they awesome??
I was skeptical before trying these fibers, but I’ve gotta say I really love them. I’m gonna have a hard time not using them every day!
The Lash Factory was kind enough to provide me with their 300x 3D Fiber Lashes at no charge. I was not compensated in any other way for this post and all opinions stated are my own.