Cherry Blooms

 Cherry Blooms
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4.4

15 reviews

80% would repurchase

Package Quality: 4.4

Price: $$$

Package Quality: 4.4

Price: $$$

INGREDIENTS

WATER, HIGH GRADE POTENT BEESWAX, CARNUBA WAX, BLACK IRON OXIDE, NATURAL CELLULOSE FIBERS, STEARIC ACID, NATURAL EMULSIFYING AGENTS.

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Age: 44-55

Skin: Normal, Medium, Neutral

Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine

Eyes: Brown

This is by far the most expensive mascara I have ever bought, $ 50.00 CDN on Amazon.ca. It does give long lashes, but I don't think it's performance makes it worth the extra money. It works as well as any other fibre lash mascara. For the hype and cost I was expecting far superior performance. I find the step 1 (and 3 both) product is gloppy and stringy. Prior to trying this product, I usually used a primer first, and then regular mascara, and the primer and regular mascara work just as well as this mascara set. I will use up what I have, and due to excessive cost, I would not buy it again. Pity, the packaging is gorgeous but the product does not justify the fancy box.



Age: 36-43

Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Blond, Other, Other

Eyes: Green

I bought this product thinking it was going to be something special. I had used other brands at half the price and figured a more expensive one might do a better job. NO. It didn't.
I didn't get thick or full lashes like I did with my previous brand and I got some Fiber fall during the day. And that stuff stings when it gets in your eyes!
Anyway, needless to say, I'm back to using my previous brand and won't be spending the excessive amount on this one again, nor would I recommend it to anyone.


Age: 25-29

Skin: Normal, Olive, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Other, Other

Eyes: Black

Seriously, Cherry Blooms Fibre Mascara is a miracle
I tried different mascaras and I was never 100% satisfied with results!
I used to spend $$$$ on eyelashes extensions and deal with: making a booking, driving to the beauty salon to get then done and always paying for refill :/

Since i purchased Cherry Blooms Fibre Mascara I don't have to deal with those issues anymore : D
I got my miracle mascara in my makeup bag 24/7 ^_^

Thank you Cherry Blooms for making my life easier!
Your products are absolutely G O L D


on 9/5/2015 5:14:00 PM

Age: 25-29

Skin: Normal, Fair, Not Sure

Hair: Blond, Other, Other

Eyes: Blue

Totally love this product! Yes it is pricey, but I only use it on special occasions because the result is so over the top.

Day to day I use Lancôme Hypnose Doll Eyes which gives me long, thick lashes. But this stuff takes it to the next level! My lashes look like false eyelashes, but in a good way.

Yes a few fibres will drop on your cheeks, but you just brush them off. And yes the application is a bit tricky, but just follow the instructions.

I highly recommend this stuff.


Age: 30-35

Skin: Normal, Fair, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Other, Other

Eyes: Green

I am IN LOVE and ADDICTED to this product. I had major lash damage from poor quality lash extensions and worse quality glue. I was using strip lashes for over a year to conceal the damage. As my lashes slowly grew back, they were growing straight out due to the weight of the strip lashes so I had to use an eye lash curler every day. We all see the damage that eye lash curlers do, the evidence is on the silicone pad! A fellow salon owner (and my former boss) recommended this product to me. Her lashes looked incredible so of course I had to have it. There's a bit of a learning curve with this stuff and I didn't find any of the online tutorials helpful so hopefully this will be helpful to you.

I have been using Cherry Blooms for over a month and I have tried a few different variations. My lashes are FINALLY growing back rapidly. At first I thought I was getting better at the application but perhaps it's getting better as my lashes improve. I also stopped curling my lashes, I found that the application is easier and the end result is better without it. Even my lashes that were growing straight out are cooperative.

I hold both tubes between my fingers with my left hand (I am right handed) and I open both. Starting with the mascara, (don't pump the wand, it will dry out the mascara prematurely) I apply to my left eye from base to lash tips. I wiggle the brush from left to right as I draw the brush upward. I work from the outer lashes inward. Work quickly, the fibers won't stick to dry mascara.

As soon as the left eye has ample mascara I remove the fiber wand (I do pump this otherwise too many fibers stick to the wand. After daily use for a month, this tube is no longer overflowing with fibers so the pumping isn't as necessary) and immediately begin the same type of application, starting at the lash base and wiggling as I move upward. It really makes a mess of your lashes but don't worry about that. Repeat these steps on the right eye.

Now, with just the mascara, come back to the left eye. Starting at the lash base, pull the wand upward in slow, steady strokes. Don't wiggle. I use this final step to straighten out the fibers. If your lashes clump, take the mascara wand and start and the base of the lashes again and pull upward. Do the same on the right eye. You can do up to 4 applications but I have found that one application is plenty when I use this technique. I use the mascara to coat my lower lashes. It's not recommended to apply fibers to lower lashes.

Removal is easy: When I'm in the shower, I wet my face and wipe downward on my lashes with my index finger. I love seeing all of the fibers!

Also, you may find fallen fibers on your cheeks; I use a make-up sponge to lightly brush them away after my application is done, before I coat lower lashes. I found it strange that someone left a 1 star review for fallen fibers. Really? They're not sticky and they're so easy to clean up. So sorry you couldn't overcome your tragic application and enjoy this great product!

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on 12/30/2014 2:06:00 AM

Age: 30-35

Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Black, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

I was really skeptical of this mascara...I have thin and short asian lashes - it's the bane of my existence! And this product, to me, is a little expense, so when they had a deal on their website, I took advantage of it. I've already re-ordered this product, I truly love it! It takes some getting used to - application wise, but once you get the hang of it, it probably doesn't take any longer than putting on regular mascara does. Okay, slight exaggeration, but it doesn't take that long because you have to move fast between coats. It holds a curl (which is amazing because I have the worst stick straight lashes), and you don't have to recurl after application. You just curl before you apply and you're done. I find that your first coat nearly doubles the length of my lashes and that a second coat just kind of thickens yours lashes. It sometimes clumps, which can be combed out with an eyelash comb. Since i have sparse lashes, this product definitely didn't give me thick lashes, just longer ones - if you have eyelashes like me, you'll definitely get the doll eye look. I didn't ever have an issue with the fibers falling into my eyes because I followed the instructions (you never apply the fibres from root to tip, it's always mid way to tip). If you make a boo-boo and accidentally get some of the mascara gel onto your face or eye lid, finish up your lashes and then just take a q-tip with a little make up remover or water and wipe. EASY! The removal of this gel is crazy easy. I usually remove all of my make up except this, jump into the shower and put my face under the water for approximately 10 seconds and then I just swipe across my lashes and they come off. No damage, no pain.


on 9/27/2014 11:44:00 PM

Age: Unknown

Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm

Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine

Eyes: Brown

I go through so many phases with mascaras. My normal routine includes the L'oreal double extend primer with Buxom Buxom mascara. Since I ran out of the Buxom mascara, I used the primer with L'oreal's Manga mascara and occasionally use it with the double extend beauty tubes mascara. I layer so many coats of mascara to get volume and length daily. I heard about lash fiber extension mascaras from Younique and researched high and low end fiber mascaras. After watching youTube reviews and visiting a couple of websites, I wanted to try Cherry Blooms because of it's safe ingredients for contact lens wearers. I hate wearing one piece falsies and refuse to get real lash extensions due to the time and cost. Cherry blooms seem to bash other companies and they also deleted a comment I made on fb about their $10 off promo not working on their website. There was a reviewer here stating some posts were from them and not true customers. That made me feel a little iffy about their company. Lucky me! My sister in law gave this to me as a birthday gift.

The mascara gel dries quickly and lengthens a bit. The fiber mascara are little black feather-like fluffs that clings on the gel giving your eyelashes volume and length. Right after that you reapply the mascara gel to seal the fibers. I repeated the steps again for a dramatic look. It took me about 1 minute per eye. I recommend to work on one eye at a time and keep both tubes in one hand to apply with the other. It can clump up at times but will smooth out with the mascara wand and/or a lash comb. Once dried, I can touch my eyelashes. I recommend applying the mascara with your eyes half way closed and slightly tilting upward, so the fibers don't fall into your eyes. Then use a small face brush to sweep away the excess fibers on your cheeks. The mascara washed off easily with my Neutrogena foaming facial cleanser. I am very pleased with the results! No other mascaras have given me this much length and volume. It looks like real eye lash extensions. I don't have any fall outs and no eye irritation. It's worth a try! I am gonna need to put this on my Christmas wish list bc it is $59!

Edit: I got over this after a month. The feathers ends up clumping and not equal in length with the other eye. It takes longer to apply and I do get feathers on my cheeks. I went back to building up my lashes with my fave Buxom mascara. The mascara that came with this really sucked.

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on 8/15/2014 4:40:00 AM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm

Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse

Eyes: Brown

I have only tried one other of these two step transplanting gel + fibre wand mascaras, which is the Love Alpha one.

This product boasts: no mess, irritation or fuss, as well as natural ingredients. The product is supposedly water resistant and will not smudge or have fibres fall onto your face. The product is also meant to be easily removed with warm water. It also emphasizes the 'high quality bees wax' contained in the formula which is moisturising and stimulates lash growth and has anti-bacterial properties. Finally, it is meant to increase lash thickness and length by 300%!! Woo!

A few grips I have with Cherry Blooms... Why despite the brand's claims of this being the #1 fibre mascara... there are very few reviews on the net? And the ones that do exist, tend to have advertisement like descriptions which sound too good to true, emphasizing the high quality bees wax and amazing enhancement the mascara provides. They also negatively evaluate all other fibre mascaras on the market such as Youique, ModelCo and Love Alpha etc. Suspicious? Further, I did a quick look at all the reviewers below and their profiles. Aside from three reviewers which appear legitimate, all the others have only written a single review, just for Cherry Blooms... or they have 2 or 3 other poor reviews for the other fibre brands previously mentioned. This comes off as very off putting.

Further... The $70 price tag?! Let's look at the ingredients list:
Transplanting Mascara Gel:
Water, beeswax, carnuba wax, black iron oxide, stearic acid, lanolin*

Natural Fiber:
Black iron oxide, cellulose**

How is that worthy of such a high price?... A couple more dollars and it is the same cost of my Chanel foundation. It is also more expensive than the divine Guerlain's $45 mascaras, making them almost look cheap! A $50 Chanel lipstick is both more affordable and indulging. This really was a impulsive and guilty buy for me as I was curious. And the ridiculous bees wax claims? It is a very useful ingredient but will hardly nourish the lashes or stimulate their growth. The case is also cardboard and looks cheap, in comparison to Love Alpha's cute and sturdy plastic case... which also sells at a much cheaper price.

Let's address the claims:

No mess, irritation or fuss: Irritation did occur if fibres fell into the eye and while not as messy as Love Alpha, a few did fall onto the cheeks. It also had a bit of fuss as you have to work on one eye at a time as the fibres will not stick properly to the gel if it is given even a little time to dry. So you need to work quickly.

Water resistant and will not smudge or have fibres fall onto your face: I haven't cried or sweat excessively so I haven't been able to test these claims. It is true that it does not smudge but unfortunately I did have many miniature little fibres fall onto my lower eyelid. This looks very unattractive and I haven't been able to find a way to prevent this from happening. Saying this, both Love Alpha and Cherry blooms had fibre fallout on me, but not on my sister. So it may be reflective of my eye and lid shape?

Easily removed with warm water: Yes, removal was very easy!

Lash nourishment and growth: Highly doubtful...

Increased length and thickness by 300%: It did plump up my lashes quite nicely actually, although this does border on clumpville. It did lengthen pretty good, but definitely not 300% and was not really any better than any other good lengthening mascara. Once you use the transplanting gel to seal in the fibres, it brushes off the fibres on the tips of your lashes and reduces the length. Hardly looks like false lashes or extensions, but does produce an effect on the dramatic side.

Additionally: It held a curl, which was impressive for my heavy Asian lashes. Also clumps quite easily so I could not imagine trying multiple applications as suggested. Nice deep black colour.

Overall: Disappointing. I quite like the effect but the fibre fallout is unattractive and at least for me, unavoidable. Even without the fallout $70 is ridiculous and the product is certainly not worth the price. It does not even need to cost anywhere near that much as you can see from the ingredients list. I regret to say that I cannot recommend it. Only buy if you have cash to spare/waste?


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on 8/11/2014 8:20:00 PM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Red, Other, Other

Eyes: Hazel

I love this product!! I tried a fibre mascara once before and absolutely hated it- fibres in my eyes and clumping, so I was reluctant to try Cherry Blooms but I'm so glad I did!! The application was so easy and my eyelashes were 3 times longer and looked amazing! I would absolutely recommend this to everyone! I would gladly pay for this product for the rest of my life!


Age: 30-35

Skin: Dry, Fair, Not Sure

Hair: Red, Other, Other

Eyes: Green

Love this product! Gives you falsies without all the fuss. The one thing I would recommend is definitely do your eye makeup first, wait for cherry blooms to dry fully and then do the rest of your face.


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