Giveaway and Review: Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes by Younique

I’ve got all kinds of fun for you, my lovely readers, here on the blog today and am excited to offer you a chance to win your very own Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes from Younique!

Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lash by Younique Giveaway

The situation: It seems like I’m always talking about my obsessions on here. In fact, I didn’t even realize I was obsessed with so many things until I started writing this blog! One thing that I just can’t seem to get enough of is Pinterest. As a frequent “pinner” of beauty products I’ve been hearing all about these, “Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes by Younique.” After looking at the before and after photos I knew these were a product I wanted to try for myself. With the help of Debi Wigchert and Rita Og I got to do just that!

What the heck are they? I see these fiber lashes somewhere between mascara and false lashes. They make your eyelashes look longer because they are fibers that attach to your natural lashes, but you apply them like you do regular mascara.

3D Fiber Lashes by Younique Giveaway

How do you use them? The fiber lashes come with two bottles. One is “transplanting gel” and the other is the “3D fibers.” To apply, I put on two coats of my regular mascara, then the transplanting gel, next the fibers, and then the transplanting gel again. It sounds like a lot of steps, but actually it’s a really quick process!

Do they really make a difference? Yes! (See my before and after photo below.) The 3D fiber lashes weren’t at all what I thought they would be. Before getting them I thought they would make my lashes look really clumpy and be hard to apply. However, after the first use, I found that the fibers made my lashes look naturally long. In fact, application was so easy that I can see myself using the 3D fiber lashes daily to work without feeling over done.

With two coats of normal mascara, before Moodstruck 3D Fiber Mascara.
With two coats of normal mascara, before Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes.
After two coats of Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes by Younique.
After two coats of Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes by Younique.

How do I take them off? We’ve all heard the horror stories of eyelash extensions pulling off your natural lashes. The 3D fiber lashes did nothing of the sort! To remove, I simply washed by face, like normal, and used eye makeup remover. The fiber lashes came off easy peasy, and left my natural lashes intact.

Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes by Younique
My completed look via Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes by Younique

Take Home: The fiber lashes give me natural looking long lashes that would be good for everyday wear. I won’t be throwing my fake lashes away anytime soon because they do offer me a longer and thicker lash than the fibers do. However, I LOVE my Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes by Younique and I know you will! Two lucky readers will win their very own 3D Fiber Lashes. To enter, click the link below to fill out the Rafflecopter form that will open in a new page. Good Luck!

Click here to enter my Rafflecopter giveaway

Congratulations to Winners:

Tori McClellan & Hannah Turpin

Disclosure: Sales Reps Rita Og and Debi Wigchert provided me with a 3D Fiber Lash set from Younique for review, at no cost to me.  But the opinions expressed here are my own. Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes1


  1. I’ve used them once and was so impressed! I’ve been looking all over for them! I’d love to win so badly

  2. STEPH I LOVE YOU!!!!! I want to see you but I don’t live in rexburg anymore! Maybe some weekend when I come up we can get lunch or a crepe or something!

  3. I have read several reviews on these fiber lashes and it is amazing difference in normal mascara versus the fiber lashes. I would love to try them.

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