Wednesday, 4 May 2011

ModelCo Fibre Lash Brush on False Lashes

I imagine I'm about the last to hear about this but just in case I'm not, I thought I'd bring it to your attention! ModelCo's Fibrelash Brush on False Lashes is launching exclusively in Boots on 15th June (edited as for some strange reason I put March). The waiting list has already gone live on the Boots website, and I believe there are there around 1000 names on there already after only being open for a couple of days. Call me a sheep but I want in! There's also the added bonus that everyone who adds their name to the waiting list will automatically be entered into a competition to win ModelCo Lash essentials.

As the owner of a pair of puny lashes, false lashes in a tube sound very appealing. I like effect of false lashes but often don't bother because it's a fiddly extra step. I've never fancied going down the route of the lash growth serums so this sounds like a good alternative. The system comes with two tubes of product, an Extension Mascara and the Lash Fibres. You apply a coat of Extension Mascara first, apply a single coat of Lash Fibres then finish with a generous coat of Extension Mascara.

I'm really looking forward to giving this a try. It costs £35 so it's definitely more expensive than regular mascara but if it lives up to the hype, I think it could be well worth it.

Have you already heard about this product? Is it something that appeals to you?


  1. Wow looks great I'll try it :-D Dud you mean 15th May?

  2. It appeals but the price tag doesnt. Look forward to seeing some before and after photos though x

  3. @Stina: I remember you trying fibrewig and I seem to think that was a similar idea? It really is 15th June, so a way off yet.

  4. @nicoletta: The price is high I agree. I've never caved on any of the lash serums so I fancy a splurge on this one. Obviously I've got a bit of a wait!

  5. I'm interested to see how it works on you Jane! Look forward to seeing the results when you get it. I remember back in the 90s, I used to coat lashes with loose powder in between mascara to get them to look as long as possible. Obviously times have changed and formulas improved! Lol! Can't wait! x

  6. I meant - because you wrote "March" in your post ;)

  7. @KennethSoh: I bet your loose powder trick worked really well. I remember trying out a Trish McEvoy lash primer thingy, you know the white pre-coat, when they first came out. They seemed to become very popular then pretty much disappear. I look forward to trying this one out, should be interesting! Thanks for your comment x

    @Stina: LOL, I just assumed I'd written this month instead of June. I. Need. More. Sleep! ;)

  8. Dude, I'm totally interested in this. I wonder how hard it would be to acquire some in the USA? I hear eBay calling me already!

  9. I've not heard ot this, but I can't wait to read about your take on things. Fiber mascara always makes me a little wary because I'm afraid little fibers will flake off into my eyes.

  10. @Donna: Good luck on your quest!

    @Zuza: Yes, I suppose there is that risk. It might be one to hang on for reviews for you?

    Jane x

  11. I tried this product last week and I feel like I wasted my money.

    1. overpriced
    2. leaves lashes clumpy
    3. irritating for the eye

    So don't splurge like I did....its a product that doesn't live up to the hype.


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