3D Fiber Lash is a Mascara

I’ve received several messages lately, that lead me to believe that there is some confusion to exactly what the 3D Fiber Lash Mascara is, and what it does. So, I decided to explain it a little better.

The 3D Mascara is just that – mascara. It is not lash extensions, nor is it falsies.

It comes in two tubes:

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The longer tube is the actual mascara gel, the shorter tube has microscopic green tea fibers. You put a coat of gel on, then a coat of fibers on the tips of your lashes, followed by a sealing coat of the mascara gel. You can put on as many layers as you would like, as long as you always end with the gel. 😉

Each set of two tubes, contains enough product for approximately three months of use.

While I do know people who wear it over night, it is mascara, and I recommend you wash it off nightly.

It is removed in much the same way that you would remove any water resistant mascara: an eye makeup remover, such as our Shine cloths, a face wash, our Rosewater, or whatever you normally would use.

So, to recap: it goes on like mascara, it makes your lashes longer, and it washes off like mascara.

It can be ordered at http://www.beautybybabette.com

I hope this helps end the confusion 😉


Babette
babette75@windstream.net
806-717-1741

About babettej

I'm a makeup junkie, and Presenter #5374 with Younique Cosmetics.
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