Sunday, April 8, 2012

RAVE: Too Faced Cosmetics Better than False Lashes Lash Extension System

Too Faced Better than False Lashes Lash Extension System: New from Too Faced is their latest and greatest addition to their fabulous line of products: Better than False Lashes Lash Extension System. Available exclusively at Sephora, this nylon lash extension takes sparse, short lashes and turns them into thick, long, luscious lashes. Boasting a 98% increase in lash volume and 42% increase in lash length, Better than False Lashes now gives you an alternative to cumbersome false lashes - in three easy steps. Included in the lash extension system is the activating mascara, which serves as the base primer coat as well as the final seal coat, and the Nylon Lash Fibers, with their exclusive Flexistretch nylon fibers. So, how do you achieve longer and fuller lashes with the  Too Faced Cosmetics: Better than False Lashes Lash Extension System in just three easy steps and give false lashes a run for their money? First, start with the mascara included in the kit. The activating mascara serves as a base for the nylon fibers to adhere to. Next, brush on one to two coats of the Flexistretch nylon fibers which melt into the activating mascara to stretch and hold their shape. Finish up by applying the ultra-black mascara to achieve the most outrageous, fullest, flirtiest, longest and most luscious lashes possible without the use of false lashes!

We've said it before and we'll say it again: The Belles LOVE Too Faced Cosmetics! Founded in 1998 by makeup artist Jerrod Blandino and industry expert Jeremy Johnson, Too Faced Cosmetics is the go-to brand of choice of celebrities and those wanting to look like one. The Belles were fortunate to test out their latest innovation: Better than False Lashes Mascara System.

Since seeing is believing, here is a look at my before and after pictures using Too Faced Cosmetics: Better than False Lashes Lash Extension System (please forgive my amateur photography skills):

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We received samples of these products to review. We were in no other way compensated for our honest reviews. All thoughts and ideas expressed are oury own. We are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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