The Anatomy of a 3D Fiber Lash Mascara

Are you having second thoughts about buying a 3D Fiber Lash Mascara because you think that they are difficult to apply? Truth be told, I had the same issue when I first got myself my own 3d fiber lash mascara kit. However, I soon realized that learning how to apply a 3D Fiber Lash Mascara is easy.

Luckily, the first 3d fiber lash mascara that I have tried is the Mia Adora 3d fiber lash mascara and they sent me an e-book that details the proper application of the 3d fiber lash mascara. This e-book is entitled “Best Eyelash Secrets Ever Discovered… No Falsies Required!”  and it contains everything you need to know about 3d fiber lash mascaras.

Three Essential Steps on How to Apply a 3D Fiber Lash Mascara

Step 1: Apply the Magnifying or Transplanting Gel

The first step in applying any 3d fiber lash mascara is putting on a coat of the magnifying gel or the transplanting gel. It is important to apply the gel from the base to the top of the lashes. For best results, it is best to apply 15 to 20 strokes to fully coat each lash. The magnifying gel adds volume to the lashes, but it is also important for the lashes to be separated for proper emphasis.

Step 2: Apply Natural 3D Fibers

This is a crucial step since the fibers will be adding the length to the lashes. This is why it is important to put in the dry fibers when the magnifying gel has not fully dried. When the magnifying gel is still wet, the dry fibers are able to stick better to the eyelashes.

It is important, however, that the dry fibers are applied from the middle to the ends of the lashes. Once you apply it to the base of the eyelashes, they may go to the eyeball. As a result, it can cause some irritation. Similar to the previous step, it is important that every single lash is covered and separated by applying 10 to 15 strokes.

Step 3: Lock the Fibers with the use of the Magnifying Gel

As the final step for applying the 3d fiber lash mascara, it is important to lock the fibers with another coat of the magnifying gel. However, it is important that the dry fibers have been fully dried before one applies the final magnifying gel coat. This will prevent flaking since the fibers have been sealed. You can apply 15 to 20 strokes of the transplanting gel to separate the lashes and make them as thick as you wish.

Optional Steps to Improve 3D fiber lash mascara

Of course, you don’t have to stop at just the three-step application program. You can do some other steps that can further improve the look of your lashes.

  • Curl Lashes before Application

Before applying the 3d fiber lash mascara or any mascara for that manner, you can curl your lashes to add more definition to the lashes. Don’t be scared of curling the lashes too long. This is because the lashes will straighten up after your application due to the weight of the mascara.

  • Apply Regular Mascara

While this step is not necessary, who says you can’t use your favorite mascara with the 3d fiber lash mascara? The regular mascara will just add volume and depth to the 3d fiber lash mascara. I mean, who doesn’t want that?

  • Use an Eyelash Comb for Clumps

Nobody is perfect. You will not always apply the 3d fiber lash mascara perfectly. An eyelash comb can help in separating the lashes and it can even the clumps formed during application. You can also use a cotton swab or a clean toothbrush. On top of that, you can also use an old mascara wand that has been washed well.

  • Repeat the three-step process as desired

If you still don’t have the results that you want, you can choose to repeat the steps. You can do this until you reach your desired goals. You can apply the 3d fiber lash mascara as thickly as you wish. However, it is important to make sure that you prevent clumps from being formed. This can be done by drying the fibers properly.

How to Remove the 3D Fiber Lash Mascara

Since we have taught you the right way to apply the 3d fiber lash mascara, we will also add tips on how to remove them. This is another issue that 3d fiber lash mascara users often face. With the Mia Adora 3d fiber lash mascara kit, I just use a makeup remover and a makeup remover pad and the lashes come off immediately.

It also comes off when I clean it with warm water and a bit soap, which makes it easy and convenient whenever I travel. If the 3d fiber lash mascara does not come off using these two methods, it is time to stop using that mascara.

3 Comments
  1. […] However, the most important thing to remember is that you should only apply the 3d fiber lashes from the middle of the lashes to the tips. It is important to avoid the eyeballs to prevent irritation. This can also prevent the user of the 3d fiber micro lashes from having lashes that are too heavy. You can refer to this article for more information on how to properly apply 3D Fiber Lash Mascaras. […]

  2. […] However, the most important thing to remember is that you should only apply the 3d fiber lashes from the middle of the lashes to the tips. It is important to avoid the eyeballs to prevent irritation. This can also prevent the user of the 3d fiber micro lashes from having lashes that are too heavy. You can refer to this article for more information on How to Apply 3D Fiber Lash Mascaras. […]

  3. […] Mascara is easy to use if you are familiar with dry fiber mascaras. This is because it follows the same three-step application that other dry fiber mascaras […]

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