It’s very rare that something hits Holy grail status in my book, especially because I’m makeup crazy and buy so many products to use personally and to test out for my blog. Recently I was sent a new mascara by the brand d.j.v Miaray which is known as Japan’s best selling mascara brand.
This mascara uses eyelash film technology, which what I’ve understood from the brand representative cause the lash and fibers in the mascara to coat together to create a “false lash” finish to the eyes. For me this is one of the best mascara’s I’ve used since discovering the Estee Lauder Sumptuous Extreme mascara.
The mascara itself comes in tis really gorgeous sleek, red acrylic tube that has the name of the brand and the name of the mascara, Fiberwig, written across in gold lettering. The tube is hexagonal in shape which strangely gives you a better grip to the wand handle for applying the actual mascara.
Speaking of the wand, it’s just the perfect length in my opinion to not stab your eye when applying the mascara. The brush itself has this nice curve in the centre dip which allows the natural bristles of the brush to hug the lashes against the shape of the eye.
If you look closely on the brush you will notice the tiny little hairs the are the fibers in the mascara. The mascara is what it known as a tubing mascara, meaning it can only be removed using luke, warm water and so it would be perfect for eyes that are oily or are prone to smudges.
For those of you that have sensitive eyes and are worried that the fibers might fall down into your eyes, don’t worry they don’t. I personally am prone to sensitivity when it comes to certain mascaras and I found no problems with this one. It gives you amazing jet black lashes that are long, thick and fully volumized.
-Talk Soon xx
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