Unlisted Brand • Jica Lash • Mascara
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Love this! I've always had long, completely straight lashes and I have found mascaras that will give me lift and curl. This is a great added extra! I have always wanted eyelash extensions but I would not be able to afford the upkeep of them. This is a great, well-priced alternative that lasts forever (no expiry date!). It is like a small mascara tube and brush but it contains completely dry fibres.
These fibres are meant to cling to your lashes to provide thicker and longer lashes. So, first of all, you generously apply some mascara (I curl them before this as well), then whilst the mascara is still wet, apply the Jica Lash until you have the desired look and then set with more mascara.
This product can be a little hard to get along with at first. It can clump instantly if not applied correctly. After some trial and error, I have found the way that works for me. For starters, I use a mascara that is very good for separating lashes. I would normally use No7 Exquisite Curl for my bare lashes as it provides lift but it clumps easily. So with Jica Lash, I use MaxFactor Masterpiece Max as the plastic brush separates lashes well and coats every lash.
Next! When you apply Jica Lash, you will have to come to terms with the fact that you WILL get some fibres in your eyes! Roll the mascara brush around the tube top to get off the excess and when you apply it, do not apply it like a mascara. Use broad strokes and try to roll the mascara up your lashes. It will coat your lashes with fibres without clumping. Repeat the straight, rolling strokes until your lashes are covered and let it sit for a moment. Then use your mascara again to set the lashes. You can be a bit rough here for maximum impact as you won't pull the fibres off.
The only reason I have given this 4 lippies is due to the fact it can clump if you're not careful and the fibres in the eyes isn't great.
This sounds long-winded but once you get the hang of it, it takes no time at all! Just wipe away the excess fibres that you may have on your cheeks with a brush and you're done! I do this every day and it has become part of my routine now so it is not as long as it sounds!
Definitely will repurchase, £12 for eyelash extensions in a tube is something I cannot say no to!