Unlisted Brand • Magic Lash Mascara Enhancer • Mascara
|Would buy this product again.||83%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I really wanted to love this product. I do think when applied correctly it really added length to my lashes. However, I didn't have as much luck trying to make my lashes thicker...it just seemed to clump up and cause irritation to my eyes, and I'm not a contact wearer. I used this product with a brand new tube of L'Oreal Voluminous mascara (a brand new tube is recommended). I carefully tapped off the excess fibers before applying to "wet" newly mascared lashes, and then repeated coats of mascara and the fibers. My main complaint is that it is difficult to apply...I'm not much of a make up expert, but should it be so difficult?
But the really irksome thing is that the mascara and fibers constantly fall off through out the day and wind up on my face and under my eyes. I then tried a different mascara, a Cover Girl brand (Lash Blast), same thing. Apparently the fibers do not adhere quite as well as they should. Sigh. I may save for special occasions, but the flaking and stuff getting in my eyes and all over my face was not worth it.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This product really delivers. I have short, straight, thin lashes. I've been using a primer with a volumizing mascara and then a lengthing mascara, so the extra steps needed for Magic Lash is no big deal. The fibers really help to thicken and lengthen. I do about 2 sets (mascara, fibers, mascara, fibers, mascara). After that, my lashes gets too clumpy (I do use a metal lash comb which helps) and uneven, especially if I concentrate on the tips. So I am looking for my HG volumizing mascara. I tried a few different mascaras and it makes a difference which "base" mascara you use. One made my lashes clumpy and killed my curl. The other kept my lashes separated and clump free but I'd like more volume.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight Eyes: Brown
This product does work, but one lippie off because the fibers are messy and they easily stick to your lashes, including the roots, which makes it look like you have white dust all over your lashes, and it's hard to get it off. I won't purchase again because it takes too much effort to clean up.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
OMG! Best $15 I've ever spent! I use this in conjuction with Imju's Fiberwig mascara and it is AMAZING! I have super puny lashes- they're sparse & short. This stuff gives me lots of volume and intensifies the lengthening abilities of the Fiberwig dramaticly. I followed the directions of a previous reviewer- after curling my lashes and applying one coat of mascara, I tapped the Magic Lash wand over a tissue and used a clean, dry mascara wand to put it on. A little goes a long way but it's impact is HUGE! With the Fiberwig alone it takes many coats (at least three) to get the length I want and does nothing for my volume. I get the extreme length I like with tons of volume with just two coats of mascara when I use Magic Lash... Love, love, love this product!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I had to try this and it worked miracles on my puny lashes. See here with my "before" and "after" pics
I used Maybelline New York Full and Soft mascara.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
THIS PRODUCT IS A MIRACLE!! I have tried a variety of mascaras (expensive Dior ones to cheaper Cover Girl ones) and even mascara primers that work like this... But not as effectively. Point is, this mascara enhancer is wonderful. It takes a bit of time since you have to apply it more, but it definitely works. It gives me baby doll eyes and I'm just in love. I've already worked my way through 2 tubes and am still going. The lady at www.overallbeauty.com is EXTREMELY nice too so make sure to buy it there! <3
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Other Eyes: Green
good mascara enhancer. makes eyelashes look wonderfull. i don't use it every day but it does work wonders with a little effort. it takes a while to get the hang of it but it really does make a difference. highly reccomended. the accompanying black magic mascara is also amazing. no clumps whatsoever. amazing. best mascara i've used. even my sister was astonished when she tried it. thumbs up.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Magic Lash is amazing. Period.
I wear falsies often because i have barely there lashes. This stuff really lengthens my lashes without much effort. The price is great and their customer service is excellent too -- which doesn't hurt! (www.overallbeauty.com)
I definitely recommend this product to all those who are lacking in the lash department =)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
Whoa, this stuff is amazing! I naturally have fairly long lashes, but I love dramatic eyes. So when I heard about this through Enkoremakeup, I HAD try it. I figured if my eyelashes are pretty without this, they'll be gorgeous with it... and oh I was right. Every time I wear this, I get a bunch people telling me they wish they had my eyelashes! AND I got a FREE full size black magic mascara and a mineral sample with it, which I also love! Yes, you have to pull the wand out of the tube slowly, and yes, you will probably put on way too much the first time you do it, but it gets easier every time.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I have been using this product for a couple of months now and at first I really hated it. As other reviewers have noted, this product has a learning curve. First, I should mention what the concept is for this product. The product is simply dry fibers that are meant to be used in conjunction with mascara. It is packaged with a wand applicator just like a mascara. The idea is that you apply it on freshly applied (wet) mascara, on which the fibers cling, adding length and thickness. You alternate layers of mascara and the dry fiber until you get the desired length and thickness that you want. I actually think that the packaging for this stuff leaves a LOT to be desired. First, it dispenses FAR too much product at a time. You MUST tap off the excess onto a palette or tissue before applying it for the first time, or a giant mess will ensue. I've found that rather than using the wand applicator that it comes with, that it is easier for me to tap off the product onto a palette, from which I pick up just a little bit of the fiber onto a clean, dry mascara brush, then apply. This gives me a lot more control to build it up to the desired effect. When I first started using this, I thought that the amount of trouble this took was worse than just applying falsies, but now that I have the hang of it, I do think this is a worthwhile product to have in the arsenal when you want to give your lashes a bit more ooomph. I would repurchase, but this is not HG. If the applicator dispnesed a more appropriate amount of product per use, it would be a lot more user-friendly. As it stands, it is a bit annoying. Nevertheless, you can't deny that you can get pretty dramatic effects with this product, with both length and thickness. I didnt' experience any flaking, and the effect does last mostly all day. At the reasonable price of $15, this is worth a try, and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone, with the caveat that you have to put in a little effort to learn how to make it work for you.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Normal, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have had this product in my makeup bag for at least 5 years. It is FANTASTIC!! If you want to just lengthen your lashes, then apply the fibers only to the tips. If you want length AND volume, then apply it just like you would a mascara, from the base upwards. I do a repetitive application 3 times for the effect I want, so this isn't exactly a "quickie" technique! But that's fine with me 'cuz taking a few minutes to do it right is SO worth it. One caution, though - when you go to take the wand out of the base, do it SLOWLY or you'll have fibers all over the place. Remember, SLOWLY Then prepare yourself for some dynamite-looking lashes that don't flake off or smudge, need any glue, and look REAL. (I really encourage you to see Koren's video on this product....his YouTube name is "Enkoremakeup") Don't be afraid to give it a little pratice time at first - enjoy!!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I received an email about this product awhile back, but after seeing the recent review from Pursebuzz on Youtube I decided to give it a try. I ordered it, then before I could try it, Enkore also did a review! This is available online at overallbeauty.com. So far this is the only place I have seen it.
First of all, let me say that this is NOT a mascara, it is "lash lengthening natural fibers" per the ingredients list. This tube includes a typical mascara wand, but inside is dry, white tiny fibers.
Instructions for use are included with this product, and it does help to follow them. It takes a little practice to get the desired results, but it is worth it!
First, I tap off some of the product onto a tissue so I don't apply too much. You can always pick up more from the tissue if you need it. You then apply a light coat of your choice of mascara, and, while still wet, touch the applicator wand to your lashes. Do one eye at the time because the mascara needs to be wet for the fibers to stick. Follow up with more mascara. You can repeat the steps as many times as you want to get the desired effect.
Washes off easily with your regular makeup removal technique.
This tube is reported to last through 3-4 mascara tubes. A little goes a long way. It also is not recommended for contact lens users because the fibers can get onto contacts, so be careful.
I have used this a handful of times and must say this makes a BIG difference in my lashes. They are longer and fuller than ever! I will definately repurchase!
See pics above for comparisons! Left eye with Lash Blast x3 coats. Right eye with Lash Blast x3 coats with Magic Lash! Also in my profile.