Better Than False Lashes
Step 1: prime lashes with the activating base in slow even strokes from base to tip.
Step 2: build lashes with the flexistretch nylon fibers.
Step 3: seal lashes with the base formula until fibers are covered.
Lashes are longer by 42% and have 98% more volume.
FlexistretchTM Nylon Fibers: Ingredients/Ingrédients: Nylon-66, Dimethicone, Paraffinum Liquidum/Mineral Oil/Huile minérale, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Butylparaben, Propylparaben, Isobutylparaben, Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891)
IF YOU LOVE TOO FACED MASCARA, TRY THESE!
Before & After
Too Faced Better Than False Lashes uses a two step process to add volume and lengthen lashes.
BEFORE: No mascara or eye makeup
AFTER: With Better Than False Lashes applied using the three step process
1. PRIME using the Mascara Base and Top Coat
2. BUILD using the flexistretch Nylon Fibers
3. SEAL using the Mascara Base and Top Coat
i wasnt sure to buy this bc of the bad reviews i read but i give them a try and I love it. i cant live without them. it isnt hard to use, but you need to folow the steps and i tought that it will be messy to clean it out but no, with water and my makeup remover it came out. its a really nice product. maybe the bad reviews are bc they dont know how to apply this so:
step 1 put the black mascara
step 2 put the white one but start from the middle of ur eyelash not from the bottom
step 3 apply the black mascara again
I love the product however it takes a few tries and tutorials to really grasp how to use the mascara. I love false lashes but this is differently a good stand in!
Stinks and Sticks
This mascara is actually quite fantastic when you first out it on. It made my lashes look great until I put the fibers on and (I thought) it was what made my lashes stick to my bottom lashes so I tried it without and they still stuck. Also if you touch you lashes they will cling to the others and look like spider lashes. I wouldn't pay more than $3 for this mascara. It's NOT worth it.
I get a lot of products free from my job to test them out, and was super excited to find this in my gratis bag! But when I got home and had tried it on for more than 10 minutes the fibers were in my eyes and hurt! Also it clumps really easily. I also noticed that if you put it on your top and bottom lashes they'll stick together and bug you all the time!!! Totally not worth it if you're going out to go buy it.
Practice, practice, practice
I've skimmed a lot of the reviews here and it looks like this product really is a hit or miss depending on who you are.
For me it was a pretty big hit. I found a significant difference from just basic mascara. I will definitely say that if you feel like you're just not getting a lot of oomph, check out some of the youtube tutorials on how to apply this. After I did so I found the effects were a lot better than the first few times I tried to do it. I also suggest using a wiggle motion on both the mascara wand and the fiber wand to really get those lashes coated. Overall, it was a great product. I took off a star because the price was a bit steep.
As most.people have posted, it sounds amazing and I had to try it for myself. I returned it. While the system sounds simple, it's time consuming, three steps takes more time than I have on a normal morning. But outside of that, as it usually takes me longest for mascara application, it was incredibly sticky. The top and bottom lashes sticks together every time you blink and the little tiny fibers got into my eyes which causes watering. Its not water proof, just resistant and there is a difference. I used it twice and my daughter used it three times. It honestly didn't work any better than any other lash plumping curling and separating formula. Ultimately it was exchanged for a different one. Its not worth the time and hassle.
I love this product to DEATH! It gives me so much volume and length, and to me it's totally worth it's price. Plus, it doesn't budge or smudge, making it my favorite mascara for parties and special events. The only real negative I have with this is removing it, because of how thick it can get.