Magnifibres Brush-on False Lashes Review with Before and After Photos - Really Ree
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Magnifibres Brush-on False Lashes Review with Before and After Photos

1 Sep 2013 (Updated: 16 Feb 2018)

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I am a real lover of lashes. I rarely wear falsies but I love the fluttery-eyed look, so these Magnifibres Brush-on False Lashes sounded like just the ticket.
Magnifibres Brush-on False Lashes Review
Magnifibres are really easy to use. You just apply your normal mascara and then immediately brush on the fibres just like you would apply mascara. You then wait 30 seconds and then do a second coat of regular mascara, covering the Magnifibres.
Magnifibres Brush-on False Lashes Brush
Simple and…….extremely effective! Take a look!
Here are my lashes with at light coat of L’Oreal False Lash Flutter mascara:
Magnifibres Brush-on False Lashes Before Picture 

With Magnifibres applied:

Magnifibres Brush-on False Lashes – With Fibres Applied

With 2nd coat of mascara on top of the Magnifibres:

Magnifibres Brush-on False Lashes – After Photo
Pretty amazing for adding length and volume don’t you think? Instructions say you can apply the Magnifibres from root to tip for volume and length, and just on the ends if you simply want length. Genius!
Magnifibres Brush On Lashes are available at Selfridges, Look Fantastic, Beauty Expert and HQ Hair for £20 –  which apparently should last months. 

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13 thoughts on “Magnifibres Brush-on False Lashes Review with Before and After Photos

  1. Just an FYI I’ve used this, and as much as I love it be warned if you are going somewhere that has a black light, the flakes will glow around your eyes, so after application do your best to blow away the flakes… you can’t see them in regular light but they look pretty funny in a black light.

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