You might be thinking: “Hold the phone…this isn’t a recipe or workout?” You’re right. I don’t post many beauty finds, I’d usually post something like this on my Facebook page. But this post was going to be too long for a status, so I figured I’d post it here instead.

Disclaimer: This is a non-sponsored review. I was given the mascara to try. I received no compensation. I do not sell the product.

*See the bottom of the post for the GIVEAWAY!

I had to post about this, as like many of you, I’ve been added to Facebook groups about some amazing mascara that’s supposed to do a “makeover” on your eyelashes. Its often referred to as 3D mascara. Some of your friends may even be selling it.

Even though I try not to be, I’m always skeptical of products that are sold in what I describe as an “MLM” fashion.  If you haven’t already guessed, the product I’m talking about is the Younique 3D Fiber Lashes Mascara. I was initially intrigued, cause lets be honest…who doesn’t want longer and thicker lashes?

Another feature I learned about the product was that its gluten free, vegan, cruelty free, and does not contain any harsh chemicals. With that in mind, it was the main reason I decided to give it a try.  I also wanted to see if it was worth all the hype, and money.

The before and after pictures I’ve come across were pretty amazing, but I was still skeptical, as I wondered if those results could be achieved at home, and by a person (like myself) having no professional makeup artist experience.

I may not be the best person to review this product, as my natural lashes are pretty good! While they are blonde and I have to wear mascara to even see them, they’re a good length. I do struggle with the thickness of them (they are getting a touch thinner with age).

Here’s me with no mascara. If you squint you can sorta see my lashes ;)

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