You’ve heard about the revolutionary 3D Fiber Lashes Mascara by Lash Factory Cosmetics. Great! But how do you apply them? Check out this blog post for application tips to get the full effect of your new 3D Fiber Lashes Mascara!
The process to apply the 3D Fiber Lash Mascara is not as complicated as most reviews make it sound. In fact, applying the mascara is relatively easy. Here is an easy application tips that will make your eyes pop without any hassle:
Easy Application Steps:
Before we begin, take your time to get familiar with the two tubes. The longer tube among the two is the transplanting gel and the short one, fibers. Remember that the transplanting gel is applied first, and the fibers after.
- Start with one eye at a time to make the application process easier. It depends on your preference whether you choose to apply normal mascara before you apply the transplanting gel to your eyelashes or whether you choose to apply the transplanting gel directly to your bare eyelashes.
- Apply a single coat of the transplanting gel to the base of the eyelashes and the outer half of the eye. If you prefer, you can apply the transplanting gel to your lower lashes as well. The transplanting gel should be applied like you normally apply mascara to your eyelashes. Also, if you choose to apply a coat of mascara before you began, apply the transplanting gel while the mascara is wet. This makes it easier to get rid of clumps, if any.
- It is best if you keep an eyelash brush with you before applying the fibers as they tend to get really clumpy but the problem can easily be solved with the use of an eyelash brush. Bring out the wand in the fibers and start applying it to your lashes while the transplanting gel is still wet on your lashes. It might take you more than one dip into the tube of fibers to get all your eyelashes coated. Once you have covered every lash with the fibers, let it dry.
- Follow the same procedure on the other eye and wait for the fibers to dry.
- Once both your eyes are covered with a coat of the transplanting gel and the fibers, finish with another coat of the transplanting gel on each eye to lock and harden the fibers on your lashes. If your lashes look uneven or if some of the lashes were left out, you can apply a second coat of both tubes to even out the application and making sure both your eyes pop. It might take a couple of applications before you can perfect the procedure of applying the 3D Fiber Lashes Mascara without any trouble.