I actually thought the fibres would be longer.
I would have preferred the mascara brush to be smaller as it's quite messy when I apply it because of how my lashes curl.
My lashes prior to applying the fibres. You can see how curly they are!
My lashes after applying the lash fibres. I didn't like the fact that it was so messy. The fibres were flying everywhere as you can see.
I was so eager to try it out that I didn't follow the steps on how to use the product (Oops!). You are meant to apply the extension mascara first, then the lash fibres, and then another layer of the extension mascara. If you want even longer lashes, then just repeat steps two and three. As you can see from the pictures above, I didn't apply the mascara to begin with. I just applied the lash fibres first. Overall, the result is good. My lashes clearly look longer. However, I think it's quite a messy product. The fibres fly all over your eyes and they also tend to clump together. You also have to be careful when washing your face afterwards as I got some of the lash fibres in my eyes! I don't think it has worked any different to a number of lengthening mascaras I have tried.
Model Co Fibre Lash retails at around £35. Is it worth the price tag? I think it is overpriced. The results were good, but as I said, nothing different to a few other cheaper lengthening mascaras on the market.