I’ve always seen 3-step fiber mascaras and one of my friends bought one off Amazon and her lashes looked amazing, so I thought I’d try it out myself. I’ve seen the fiber mascaras at the drugstore, but I bought mine off Amazon, but it’s no longer available. For unknown reasons, it’s no longer available on the brand’s website either. Most 3-step fiber mascaras retail for $15-20 CAD. I’ve seen one on sale at Rexall or Shoppers Drug Mart for $12.
In this post, I will be sharing my thoughts on whether 3-step mascaras in general are worth it, I won’t be reviewing the specific brand or mascara that I bought because let’s be honest, they’re all kind of the same- there aren’t any name brands that have 3-step mascaras out there.
Sealing Gel- Steps 1 & 3, Natural Fibers- Step 2
Step 1- Curl lashes and apply generous amount of the mascara
Step 2- Immediately apply natural fibers to lashes
Step 3- finish with a second coat of the mascara to seal the fibers to your lashes
For best results, do one eye at a time to prevent Step 1 from drying before fiber application.
To remove the mascara, you just use warm water and it comes off easily. Make sure not to open your eye until it’s completely off because the fibers can get into your eye.
JENCAT’S RATING: 4/5
It does make my lashes look longer and fuller. To be honest, the sealing gel by itself makes my lashes longer. For me, I just think it takes too much time to do the 3 steps and I could do the same with a regular mascara or a fiber mascara like the Revlon Mega Multiplier Mascara (Read my review). Also, I don’t like how you use the sealant after using the fibers because then the natural fibers get into the other tube.
Have you tried 3-step fiber mascaras?