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Mascara Monday: L’Oréal Paris Voluminous False Fiber Lashes Mascara.

I am a big fan of the L’Oréal Paris Voluminous line of mascaras. When I tried False Fiber Lashes Mascara, I was plenty excited. I love the look of flase lashes and do what I can to get that look without actually wearing them. And that is the point of this mascara.

You see, the power of False Fiber Lashes comes from two things - the brush and the formula.

L’Oréal Paris Voluminous False Fiber Lashes Mascara

The brush is slender, but full and thick with its slighly curved, cone shape. One coat and lashes are bold. Two coats and they are perfectly bold and bigger than you would expect.  Three coats, and you can start to get clumpy lashes, so be careful if you must, but stopping at just two coats is plenty of lash for me. My lashes look big and bold, almost fake, all day, with no smearing, flaking or clumping.

The formula is made up of dual-fibers, that utilizes a combination of super-fine nylon and rayon fibers. The ingenious mixture perfectly adheres to natural lashes, all the way from the root to tip, thanks to the special polymers in the formula. Lashes are lengthened and volumized, like you have probably never seen from just a mascara before. 

False Fiber Lashes sells for $8.95 at your favorite drugstore or mass retailer. Choose from the regular formula in Black, Blackest Black or Black Brown; or the Waterproof formula (perfect for summer) in Blackest Black or Black.

Reader Comments (2)

Need to try this! Have an event and I need to one up Voluminous (my best!) and I wondered how this worked. Wish me luck!!
Melanie - Good luck with the new mascara! If you are already a fan of Voluminous, I know you will really like this. I also think you could layer them for the ultimate look.

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