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12 Best Fiber Mascaras

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12 Best Fiber Mascaras October 18, 2018

If you have short lashes or simply want to double your lash volume, you should consider trying out a fiber mascara. These mascaras are infused with extension-like fibers (usually made of rayon, silk, or nylon) to lengthen your lashes and add some serious drama for a falsies-like effect. It can’t get any better than that, can it? To help you pick one, we’ve rounded up some of the best fiber mascaras out there. If you want to know more, read on to find out what you should be investing in.

12 Best Fiber Mascaras

  1. L’Oreal Paris Voluminous False Fiber Lashes Mascara
  2. Too Faced Better Than False Lashes Extreme Mascara
  3. Lorac Pro Plus Fiber Mascara
  4. Maybelline New York Gigi Hadid Fiber Mascara
  5. Mia Adora 3D Fiber Lash Mascara
  6. Cherry Blooms Fiber Lash Extension Mascara
  7. Covergirl The Super Sizer Fibers Mascara
  8. NYX Professional Double Stacked Mascara
  9. Toullgo Fiber Lash Mascara
  10. The Body Shop Lash Hero Fiber Extension Mascara
  11. Maybelline New York Illegal Length Fiber Extensions Mascara
  12. Simply Naked Beauty Lash Science 3D Volume Mascara

1. L’Oreal Paris Voluminous False Fiber Lashes Mascara

Review

This volumizing formula from L’Oreal is a cult favorite for a whole bunch of reasons. It helps build your lashes and makes them look thicker, longer, and fluffier instantly. Its angled wand reaches every single lash and separates them to give your lashes that ultra-defined look. Moreover, it does not get clumpy and stays put all day long! For a drugstore mascara, this one is incredible and can easily beat your overpriced, high-end mascara.

Pros
  • Available in a waterproof and non-waterproof formula
  • Long-lasting
  • Does not clump or smudge
  • Sweat-resistant
  • Value for money
Cons

None

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2. Too Faced Better Than False Lashes Extreme Mascara

Review

This lash extension kit from Too Faced features a fantastic mascara formula and a tube of advanced sculpting nylon fibers. It’s easy to use and gives you noticeably thicker and longer lashes instantly. You start off by applying a coat of mascara, then the fibers, and then another coat of mascara to seal the deal. Who needs eyelash extensions or falsies when this mascara can do the trick?

Pros
  • Lashes look fuller and longer
  • Long-lasting
  • Does what it claims
  • Non-sticky formula
  • Dries quickly
Cons
  • Takes time to apply

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3. Lorac Pro Plus Fiber Mascara

Review

If you need a mascara that curls your lashes, this formula by Lorac is one you can count on. It is loaded with nylon fibers that add volume and length to your lashes, just like extensions. The wand makes it easy to apply and really helps separate each lash for a gorgeous, clump-free effect. It’s perfect for those of you with short lashes as it adds ample length to them.

Pros
  • Defines and separates
  • Long-wearing
  • Applies evenly
  • Volumizes lashes
  • Dries quickly
Cons
  • Not waterproof

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4. Maybelline New York Gigi Hadid Fiber Mascara

Review

This limited edition fiber mascara from Maybelline does an amazing job of lengthening short lashes. You get one tube with two sides – one side contains the mascara formula, and the other contains the fibers. The mascara applies evenly and dries quickly. Applying the fibers is a little tricky and takes a bit of practice, but it does wonders for your lashes. If you want a drugstore fiber mascara that is reasonably priced and does what it claims, give this one a shot!

Pros
  • Adds drama
  • Jet black color
  • Curls lashes
  • Applies evenly
  • Value for money
Cons
  • Fibers tend to fall out if applied incorrectly

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5. Mia Adora 3D Fiber Lash Mascara

Review

The 3D Fiber Lash Mascara Kit from Mia Adora works miraculously to give you the lashes of your dreams. Yes! The kit contains a tube of black water-resistant mascara, a magnifying gel, a tube of black 3D fiber micro lashes, and a protective travel case. It comes with a guidebook, which makes it very easy to use. Even if you’re someone with short, sparse lashes, this mascara will give you visible longer lashes instantly.

Pros
  • Lengthens and defines
  • Volumizes lashes
  • No fallout or flaking
  • Long-wearing
  • Paraben-free
Cons
  • A little expensive

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6. Cherry Blooms Fiber Lash Extension Mascara

Review

This mascara from Cherry Blooms is a professional fiber extension mascara kit formulated in Korea. The kit includes a mascara gel and a tube of natural black fibers. If you are tired of putting on false lashes or extensions, this mascara is a quicker, cheaper, and safer solution for you. Its formula is lightweight and easy to work with. It is also suitable for contact lens wearers.

Pros
  • Nourishes lashes
  • Cellulose fibers
  • Clump-free formula
  • Easy to use
  • Adds extra drama and definition
Cons
  • Expensive

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7. Covergirl The Super Sizer Fibers Mascara

Review

Covergirl’s Super Sizer Fibers Mascara is another great budget-friendly drugstore pick for anyone who wants fuller lashes. Its clump-free formula applies evenly, and its wand separates your lashes with ease. If you’re a beginner to fiber mascaras, this is definitely one you can start out with.

Pros
  • Gives your lashes the falsies effect
  • Does not smudge or flake
  • Lengthens lashes
  • Holds curl well
  • Affordable
Cons
  • Dries out quickly

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8. NYX Professional Double Stacked Mascara

Review

This fiber formula from NYX gives you all the drama you need. You get long, luscious, Bambi-like lashes in just three steps. The kit contains mascara and a tube of nylon fibers. It’s easy to work with and adds a noticeable amount of length to your lashes. Give this product a shot if you’re on the lookout for a lightweight mascara formula that sticks to its claims.

Pros
  • Easy to use
  • Adds volume, length, and definition
  • Lightweight
  • Applies evenly
Cons
  • Fibers make it slightly clumpy and flaky

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9. Toullgo Fiber Lash Mascara

Review

This natural mascara formula not only enhances your lashes but also conditions them. It’s perfect for those of you with sensitive eyes as it does not contain any harmful chemicals. It stays true to what it claims and leaves your lashes looking long and fluttery. Its price is fantastic too!

Pros
  • Easy to use
  • Long-wearing
  • Water- and sweat-resistant
  • Does not flake
Cons

None

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10. The Body Shop Lash Hero Fiber Extension Mascara

Review

The Body Shop Lash Hero Fiber Extension Mascara comes in four high-impact hues, including a stunning blue! Its formula is impressive, and it thoroughly volumizes and extends your lashes. It is also long-wearing and suitable for contact lens wearers and people with sensitive eyes.

Pros
  • Easy to use
  • Does not irritate your eyes
  • Long-wearing
Cons

None

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11. Maybelline New York Illegal Length Fiber Extensions Mascara

Review

Another gem by Maybelline is this Illegal Length Fiber Extensions Mascara. It adds length and ample volume at the base of your lashes to give you a perfect daytime look. It also stays put all day long without smudging or flaking. You can easily count on this one on a hot, sunny day!

Pros
  • Long-wearing
  • Easy to use
  • Non-clumping
  • Affordable
Cons

None

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12. Simply Naked Beauty Lash Science 3D Volume Mascara

Review

This 3D Volume Mascara is an all-natural formula made with non-toxic ingredients. It does a good job of volumizing and lengthening your lashes – giving your lashes an extension-like effect.

Pros
  • Natural ingredients
  • Safe for sensitive eyes
  • Easy to use
Cons
  • Not very long-wearing

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Ladies, that was our round-up of the best fiber mascaras on the market. With all the formula variations and wand shapes out there, picking a fiber mascara can be a daunting task, especially if you’re new to makeup. We hope this list comes in handy to find your holy-grail mascara. Which one are you looking forward to trying? Let us know in the comments below.

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