Mascara has the power to singlehandedly take your eye makeup from regular to superstar. Those long, upward curling lashes not only make your eyes look bigger, they also make your face look brighter and more ‘awake’. But not everyone is blessed with naturally thick lashes and often, even curlers and volumising mascaras don’t cut it. This is why many women wear false lashes on the daily, and we can tell you from experience, putting these on is not a task you’ll love on a rushed morning.
Enter Japan , the newest Asian country that’s making waves with its beauty trends and innovations. In case Japanese skincare has you excited, here’s another beauty product from the land you’ll fall in love with: Fibre mascaras.
This new Japanese mascara innovation makes getting thick, doll-like lashes a piece of cake, without any sticky lash glue or plastic falsies in sight. Fibre mascaras essentially come with a lash lengthening and volumising formula of the pigmented cream, and a tube of actual fibres. How to use this, you ask? Start off by curling your lashes (always a must) and applying a coat of mascara on them, wiggling the wand from the roots to the tips of your lashes. Then, using the fibre brush, start to layer the fibres on to your lashes. Once you’ve got a thin layer of fibre on, colour them in with another layer of mascara. You’ll notice your lashes instantly looking thicker and healthier—a definite beauty win. Brands like Make Up For Ever even have a tube of fibre-only mascara that you can use as a layer with your own favourite formula. If you’re someone who’s not invested enough to use falsies but wants dramatic lashes, here’s your middle ground. Find a favourite from our edit of fibre mascaras below: 1 /6
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