Too Faced 3 Way Lash Lining Tool Eyeliner ($22) A triple-tip lash-emphasizing tool that fills in spaces between lashes, giving the natural impression of thicker, more luscious lashes. This innovative 3-in-1 design makes lash emphasizing dots, tight-lining and traditional lash-lining easy. Great for cat eyes!
I really like the Too Faced 3 Way Lash Lining Tool. I will admit it was a bit difficult to use in the beginning, and I wanted to get rid of it. However once I figured it out and got the hang of it, I liked it. This liquid liner is very different from all the other liquid liners I’ve used. First off, the tip has 3 prongs instead of the usual brush or pen tip. The 3 prongs allow you to line your eyes 3 different ways. You can tight line, dot the lash line, or use it like a regular eyeliner. It’s like 3 eyeliners in 1! The formula comes out and dries very black. I really like it when black liquid liner comes out truly black. It didn’t fad away to a grayish black or disappear as the day went on. In fact, I had a little bit of difficulty removing it. I had to use an eye make up remover that had oil in it. I’ve read reviews that mentioned the Too Faced 3 Way Lash Lining Tool smudging a lot, but I didn’t experience that. I always use a primer before I apply eye makeup even for liquid liner so that could’ve helped with the smudging. Overall, I really liked the Too Faced 3 Way Lash Lining Tool. Even though I experienced difficulty in the beginning, the eyeliner performed exactly the way I expect a liquid eyeliner to perform.
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I updated my review of Too Faced Better Than False Lashes Mascara with photos of my lashes with and without the mascara per request by reader Rai.
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Too Faced Better Than False Lashes ($35) This do-it-yourself 3 step system allows you to achieve the dramatic impact of false lashes AND extreme length of lash extensions without the hassle, cost or commitment. The look of false lashes has never been easier or more affordable. Throw out the glue and cancel that salon appointment, now you can brush on the bold, flirty lashes of your dreams in three simple steps.
What an amazing system! The Too Faced Better Than False Lashes is a 3-step system that gives you amazing long and thick looking lashes. It looks just like false eye lashes! The mascara duo is packaged in a chic box that comes with step by step instructions on how to apply. The instructions are written very clear and come with photos too. It makes it very easy to apply. Do not be alarmed, the nylon fibers that help extend and thicken your lashes look like fuzzy cotton when you pull the wand out of the tube. I thought I got a bad tube until I realized that was what it was suppose to look like. I do have one complaint. If you’re in a rush, this mascara won’t be good for you. The mascara is a wet mascara and it takes a bit of time to dry. You need to give it time to dry or your lashes will stick together. Overall, a great mascara duo to give you the lashes you always wanted. I would recommend this to everyone!
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Too Faced LashGasm Mascara ($21) A voluptuous, fluffing mascara that conditions as it thickens to create dramatically long lashes with intense color. Lashgasm’s multiple rows of flexible-but-firm, molded bristles are designed with micro-hooks that grab each and every lash for a clump-free application. The vitamin-rich, creamy formula penetrates for high-color absorbency and exaggerated depth. Meadowfoam Seed Oil forms a protective barrier to lock in soothing emollients that promote long-term wear without drying or harming lashes. A moisturizing combination of Panthenol, Vitamins A & E, and Jojoba Seed Oil hydrates and soothes lashes to keep them soft, light, and flexible.
Too Faced LashGasm is a wet formula mascara that is suppose to thicken and lengthen your lashes. I really like this mascara because it does a great job of separating, lengthening, and adding a bit of volume to your lashes with no clumping. The mascara wand has comb-like teeth instead of bristles that grab onto your lashes and does a good job of coating each lash with mascara. I would’ve loved Too Faced LashGasm if the formula wasn’t so wet. It takes time to dry so you have to try your hardest not to blink right away or you’ll end up with mascara everywhere. However, I did notice that after each use the mascara formula would be less wet. I’m guessing this is because the formula is being exposed to the air, and the air is drying out the mascara. So I guess in the end it worked out. Overall, Too Faced LashGasm is a good mascara. I think it’s worth a try if you don’t mind the initial wet formula.
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Too Faced Lip Insurance Primer ($19) This unique, creamy formulation is like Shadow Insurance for your lips. It’s applied over the lips to promote suppleness and glides on smooth for maximum staying power. Your glosses and lip color will not feather, fade, or transfer even under the most lip-challenging conditions. The Vitamin-E-enriched formula pampers lips while unique pigment binders protect lip colors from any pout imperfections.
Too Faced Lip Insurance Primer was surprisingly moisturizing. Usually lip primers are dry and bit difficult to apply. My favorite feature of the Lip Insurance is it came in a tube with a wand instead of a lipstick tube. It made applying the primer so much easier. The primer is a white gel-like substance, but when you apply it, it goes on clear. When I applied it, it didn’t feel sticky or heavy at all. The key is to wait a minute or 2 after applying the primer before applying lipcolor. The primer won’t keep your lipcolor lasting all day and night. Let’s face it. With all the eating, drinking, and licking of lips there is no way any lip color is going to stay put even with primer. However, it does an excellent job of keeping the color from bleeding and fading. All you need is a thin layer. It’s one of the best lip primers I have used so far. It’s very rare to find a lip primer that doesn’t dry out your lips.