|Would buy this product again.||70%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Ulta had a deal on Essence bogo 50% off and I picked this one up on a whim. On my average lashes the fibers only volumizes not lenghten. I use this with a wet formulation mascara because I find using a dryer formula could make it clumpy. I only use this when I'm not wearing my contact lenses, it never irritate my bare eyes but I just don't want to risk it while wearing contacts. I'm not going to repurchase,I'm pretty simple with my lashes. I only wear mascara to give my lashes definition and 2 coats are enough for me plus I don't think I'm going to run out of this fiber anytime soon.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
WORKS ABSOLUTELY AMAZINGLY, i found this product on my own while i was at shoppers drug mart, i figured why not try it, iv never heard of a lash powerder before. So i tried it out and i love it, it does exactly what it says it does, when i dont want to put on fake lashes i lean towards this product, i found the best teqnique is layering. This is how i use the product and i get amazing results every time:
1. Curl my lashes
2.Put 1 coat of cover girl clump crusher
3. while lashes r still wet, cover lashes with the volumizing powder with the spolli provided
4. Crul the back of my lashes with Cover girl lash perfection
5. Use Benefits they're real mascara on the front of my lashes
6. Coat lashes with volumizing power again
7. Curl back of lashes with cover girl lash perfection
8. use mac's zoom fast black lash on the front of lashes
Then your done, yes it seems like alot of steps but iv tried many ways to work with this product and this way works phenomenally.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Other
I have long, baby fine, white lashes. Seriously my lashes are pure white, not blond/lt brown. Quite strange...I ALWAYS wear mascara, even if I go totally bare faced. Now like I said, my lashes are long, so I'm always trying to find a mascara that thickens but doesn't lengthen. Not an easy feat. I purchased the Essence Volumizing Lash Powder at my local Ulta, i believe it was $2.99. WOW...this stuff really works! I just put a light amount of powder on a piece of paper, roll the spooly lightly in it, and apply to LIGHTLY mascaraed lashes, the second coat of mascare is really to cover up the white fibers...but the volume is crazy. I have only used with Jordana mascara, but I'm sure this little miracle will work with any cheapy/high end mascara. The biggest trick is to make sure you only use a very light coat of mascara first. I will repurchase, but don't think I will need too. Theres alot of product in that tube.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
This is a great product if your looking for a false lash effect... I do feel like the same effect could be achieved by using the right mascara for but this product def gives a little more oomph to your lashes
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I love the length this provides, but it's very inconvenient to use. First of all, it comes with a small pot and a spooly- and it's really hard to get anything on the actual spooly. Second, when you apply to it to your lashes, it gets EVERYWHERE. Especially in the eye. Which is uncomfortable and inconvenient.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Well if you Want Clumpy lashes this is a good product . I thought it Would be better
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is a great product if you want your lashes to get that super dramatic effect, you just gotta use it the right way. I see a few people here saying it got in there eyes well the fibers have to have something to adhere to so I wet my lashes a bit first, then I lightly roll the brush over the fibers. If you use to much they'll end up all over your face. Then put your regular mascara. It's super cheap at 3.50 and it last forever. Go ahead and try it!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Okay, so when ever i buy a mascara with a normal wand with no effects, instead of putting this on directly to my lashes(goes into my eyes), i fill the mascara its self with the fibers! Just dip in the wand and BAM!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I wish there was a "hell yes" for "would you buy it again?" because that's what I would have clicked. This is officially one of my favorite beauty products, ever. All day I had people asking me what kind of false lashes I was wearing. I didn't have an issue with the product that did get on my skin being itchy or anything, nor did any get in my eyes
One thing you should note: after you put on the first coat of mascara, followed by fibers and more mascara, DO IT AGAIN. maybe even a third time. The effect is totally buildable.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Complete impulse buy but I am a sucker for anything that claims to provide a false like effect or more voluminous or longer lashes.
I have tried this a number of times and am very happy with the results. The packaging isn't great but I use the spoolie included and just gently roll it on the surface of the tub of white fluff to gently coat the wand and then tap off any excess. I have the coated spoolie ready for application right after my first coat of mascara (so the mascara doesn't dry when I'm fiddling with the fibres).
I applly to a mostly closed eye and haven't had any problems with the fibres getting into my eye. I also wear contacts and have no problems whatsoever. The key is not to over coat that spoolie. That would be how so much fallout occurs.
This product does give me way thicker and longer lashes. The only thing is it takes time to achieve the final product (multiple coats of mascara and the fluff layer) so it's not a product I'll use when I'm in a rush (which seems like most of the time).
I purchased this at SDM for $3.49 CDN. Essence does go on sale occasionally but for $3.49 regular price it's quite the steal!