Younique 3D Fibre Lash Mascara ♥

The all new Younique 3D Fibre lash mascara goes on just like mascara but adds small natural fibres to your lashes making them appear longer, fuller and more glamorous.

Younique 3D Fibre Lash Mascara

Before talking about the product itself I have to take a moment to talk about the very chic packaging. It is so sleek, the mascara duo comes in its own textured leather case which I love. This mascara is said to provide a 300% volume and thickness increase to your lashes, obviously I have been trying it out and I have to say it makes a huge difference, you can see the from my pictures and video tutorial.

Younique 3D Fibre Lash Mascara

Your lashes will still look natural and real without having to worry about the fuss of applying false eyelashes as a strip or even individual lashes which I have not even bothered trying as it looks so hard!

Younique 3D Fibre Lash MascaraYou can use a coat of your own mascara if you wish before applying the transplanting gel (this hold the fibres to your lashes) you then use the mascara wand with small fibres just as a normal mascara and will instantly notice that your eyelashes look fuller. Be sure to finish off and set your eyelashes with another coat of the gel otherwise the fibres will start to flake off onto your cheeks. It is best to use a few coats with small amounts rather than thick layers otherwise your eyelashes will look clumpy and fibres may flake off.

You can see my video tutorial showing instant results below ♥

You can buy the 3D Fibre lash mascara for £23 here and be party ready! If you have tried this mascara or have any questions at all comment below and let me know. Sign up to Secret Style File (top right) to get articles, reviews and tutorials sent straight to your inbox in true fashionista style. If you’re a total socialite then follow me on twitter and Facebook as well (still top right) Don’t forget to check the Offers page for the latest discount codes ❤

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