Click here to follow my other blog, Carla Fancies!

Search This Blog

Deuce Beauties Followers

Monday, September 15, 2014

Review: Younique Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes

Good evening, ladies! From the title you know I have the Younique Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes to share with you all tonight. I'm sure you've seen images of this product floating all over social media and were curious if it actually lived up to the hype. Did this live up to its claims? Let's find out!

"Our simple three-step process combines Transplanting Gel and Natural Fibers to help create the appearance of incredible thickness and volume to your existing lashes. Watch as your lashes transform into something you have only dreamed of! The 3D Fiber Lashes are water resistant but easily wash off with warm water and facial cleanser at the end of the day. Try it! It will quickly become your favorite makeup must-have!" - Younique Website 

Transplanting gel - This is goes on black and is applied onto the lashes as a base coat

Natural Fibers are applied immediately after the transplanting gel. You must work fairly quickly because you want to apply the fibers so they adhere to the gel before it begins to dry. After applying the fibers, you're then going to seal them in with an additional coat of the transplanting gel. 

Bare lashes

1 coat of transplanting gel + 1 coat of natural fibers
without curl

1 coat of transplanting gel + 1 coat of natural fibers
with curl

Bare lashes

1 coat of transplanting gel + 1 coat of natural fibers

1 coat of transplanting gel + 1 coat of natural fibers x2

2 coats of transplanting gel and natural fibers 

side view (no curl)

2 coats of transplanting gel and natural fibers w/ curl

2 coats of transplanting gel and natural fibers w/ curl

1 coat of transplanting gel + 1 coat of natural fibers (sister)
My sister already has long lashes, so I love that this product accentuates them well.  

Application tips: I've tried every single possible technique while experimenting with this product and the way that works best for me is by applying the transplanting gel as you would any other mascara, then applying the fibers by holding the wand upward and gently tapping the fibers onto each lash. This technique offers less clumping and gives you more of a natural finish. Move quickly, but efficiently. If you like more separate and widespread lashes, I recommend  not waiting for the lashes to dry before adding another coat. 

Removal is easy as cake! Warm water, soap, and you're good to go! Being a contact lens wearer, I'm happy to say that my eyes didn't get irritated or have any complications during wear time.

I get tons of compliments when I wear this mascara and their first question is always, "Are you wearing false lashes"? Here and there during occasions, I apply false lashes, but those are a little more high maintenance. Meaning, you have to measure, cut, glue, and wait for the lashes to dry. If you wear false lashes on a daily basis, that can get a little pricey. I def. recommend trying this out! 

After 2 weeks of testing out this product, I genuinely love this mascara and has easily become a staple in my daily makeup routine. Once completely dry, this mascara holds a really nice curl. I've worn this for a full 8 hours and it offers a great wear time including keeping the curl in place. I did not experience any fall out from the fibers, so I recommend really sealing the fibers in with the gel once you've reached your desired look. Whether you want more of a dramatic or every-day look, this mascara is very buildable and versatile. I love that you can control the amount of thickness with this mascara by simply applying 2 coats. I own tons of mascaras, but none that offers a thick, dramatic look after just two coats. Try it yourself!

Pricing and Availability:
This mascara retails for $29.00 and can be purchased here or at

No comments:

Post a Comment

Your comments, feedback, input, questions, and/or suggestions are greatly appreciated. I take time to read each and every comment and try my best to respond at my earliest convenience. Please do not leave your blog link in this comment box asking me to join/take a look at your blog. If you do, I will still read your comment, but it will be immediately deleted. Instead, please e-mail me at and I will gladly oblige. Thank you!