Lash Factory | Review

Hello Beauties! ❤

I was reached by my friends at Lash Factory to try their 300X: 3D Fiber Lash Mascara. I was super excited to try it because I’ve been curious as to how they work ever since 3D fiber lashes came out. IMG_6324IMG_6326

As I said before, the product I’m reviewing for you guys is the 300X 3D Fiber lash mascara. It is priced at $23.99 (a couple of dollars cheaper than the competition!) It comes in this black case that reminds me of an eyeglass case with a cute pink spoolie brush. IMG_6329

It brings a Transplanting Gel (purple), the natural green tea fibers (pink), and instructions.tg

How it works: you can either start with your regular mascara to make it more dramatic, or you can just start with this transplanting gel. If you decide to start with your own mascara first just apply it as you normally would, wait for it to dry, and then apply the transplanting gel. Note: don’t do it on your lower lashes!nf

Once you’ve applied the transplanting gel, apply these fibers as if you were putting on regular mascara. Note: Be very careful when applying these fibers as they are somewhat loose and could get in your eye. (I guess that would be the only downside to this process in my personal opinion). Apply the fibers before the transplanting gel dries. After you’ve applied the fibers, apply the transplanting gel once again to seal the fibers.

comparison

These are my results from the very first try. The regular mascara I used was L’Oreal Telescopic Mascara. As you can see, the 300X 3D Fiber Lash Mascara made a big difference when compared to my natural eyelashes. In comparison to my regular mascara, it did add volume and a little more length, but you have to look closely to notice. So, I decided to give it another try on my other eye to be fair since it was my first time doing this.

2nd comparison

The second time around I applied it more carefully, and I used the pink spoolie brush to make sure it did not come out clumpy. As you can see, the second time around went better. The lashes look cleaner, longer, and fuller.

My Opinion: When used correctly, and carefully it does work. Before doing this trial, I did my research on 3D fiber mascaras in general. There were a lot of mixed reviews on every single brand, and the main complaint was how spidery and clumpy the end result can be. After this trial, I learned that to get a decent outcome you have to follow the instructions that are given, and apply and seal the fibers carefully. Take your time doing this just like you would take your time putting on fake lashes or doing your eyebrows ;). It is a process, but if you want long and full lashes, it is worth it. If you’re not a fake lash type of girl, or you have trouble putting on fake lashes, then I definitely recommend you give this a try because it’ll give you similar results. It’s like a bunch of fake lashes in a tube, only you don’t have to apply glue to put them on ;).

I hope that you liked this, and that you found it somewhat helpful! 🙂 Comment with any questions if you have any, and I’ll answer you asap! 🙂


 

A big thank you to Lash Factory for providing me with their product. You guys have been nothing but sweethearts!


 

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  1. I used to use Yonique, but I have found that it starts to flake off! Which fiber mascara do you like the most or mascara in general for lengthening and thickness.

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