Too Faced Better Than False Lashes Review

Too Faced has won me over with Better Than False Lashes! I love the look of false lashes but they take me forever to apply and always feel heavy on my eyes.  The Too Faced system is incredibly easy to use just apply one coat of the mascara, then apply the nylon fibers, one last coat of the mascara and voila you have some amazing lashes. I have had two separate friends think I was wearing false lashes! A great way to get a dramatic, sexy look for date night or girls night out.

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Too Faced Better Than False Lashes Nylon Lash Extension System

What it is:
A three-step lash extension system that includes an activating mascara base and top coat and Flexistretch™ nylon lash fibers.

What it does:
The look of false lashes has never been easier or more affordable with this do-it-yourself system that’s an alternative to messy false lashes and expensive lash extensions. The activating mascara base and top coat is designed specifically to melt and seal the Flexistretch nylon fibers into long, thick, dramatic lashes without the risk, mess, or commitment of other false lash alternatives. Unlike traditional fiber mascaras, Better Than False Lashes allows you to dial up the lengthening fibers so you easily get better, longer, thicker, more dramatic lashes instantly.

This set contains:
– 0.30 oz Activating Mascara Base & Top Coat
– 0.02 oz Flexistrech™ Nylon Lash Fibers

What it is formulated WITHOUT:
– Sulfates
– Synthetic Fragrances
– Phthalates
– GMOs
– Triclosan

What else you need to know:
This product is ophthalmologist tested and approved for use by those who wear contact lenses.

Research results:
This product creates a 98% increase in lash volume and 42% increase in lash length.

$35

 

Disclosure: MHU was provided a sample to review, all opinions are 100% are our own. 


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