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Younique Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes mascara review

I was kindly sent this Younique Mascara to review from Katie Buckle (independent presenter). I have heard lots of good things about this mascara, so when I got offered the chance to try it I was pleased to see if it lives up to its claims.
How to contact Katie
07805187192
Twitter: @klbuckle85
Claims
Increase your average lash volume by up to 400%
New brush and enhanced formula
Proprietary formula has two international patents pending, hypoallergenic
How many ml
7ml
How to use
Step 1
Apply an even coat of transplanting gel to lashes
Step 2
Immediately apply 3D Fibres while transplanting gel is wet
Step 3
Seal with transplanting gel. Repeat until you've reached desired fullness
Don't apply near the root of your eyes as it can cause irritation.

My opinion
Be careful when you apply this mascara. Don't apply the fibres near your eyes e.g at the root of the lash or near the tight line. As the fibres can fall into your eyes and be irritating.
This mascara is a nice mascara and it applied nicely on my lashes. I did notice that my lashes looked bigger and fuller because of this mascara.
Did this mascara live up to my expectations? No but it is still a really nice mascara and it does make your lashes look a lot fuller.
I have sensitive eyes and I found this comfortable on my eyelashes.

Retails for
£23


Comments

  1. I've heard so much about this but never tried it lol. It looks amazing! Xx

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