L'Oreal Voluminous False Fiber Lashes vs. Thrive Causemetics Liquid Lash Extensions Mascara

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*Thrive Causemetics is certified cruelty-free according to Cruelty-Free Kitty but L'Oreal is NOT. Kayla says:Both products claim to give you a false lash effect & have fibers in the formulas. Thrive’s packaging is quite heavy for a mascara tube. It’s made out of some kind of metal. I really like it. Taking out each wand I noticed that L’s wand had a lot of product on it compared to T. I had to scrape some off on the side of the mascara tube before applying. Both brushes are plastic. Both formulas went on my lashes really well. I wore T on one eye & L on the other for 3 days. I didn’t curl my lashes before using either brand & both lifted & curled my lashes nicely. It took me about 2-3 minutes per lash to get the length that I desired. Fiber lash mascaras take a while to get used to using if you are not familiar with them. Try not to let your first coat dry before putting on your second coat otherwise you will get a lot of clumping. Both of these do clump a little but it wasn’t a deal breaker for me. T’s formula is a bit wetter than L’s. T took a bit longer to dry down. I wore both formulas 10+ hours for 3 days in a row. At the end of the day, I didn’t have any flaking or smudging which is surprising for a fiber mascara. Both formulas were easy to remove with simple makeup remover wipes or a makeup eraser. No raccoon eyes here! T’s formula also does include castor oil which is good for lash growth. Even though both have a lot of differences the end results were almost the same.

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Kaleigh Tess


I tried Thrive’s mascara once and I hated it so much I won’t try it again. The fallout on their mascara is AWFUL. I had flakes on my face an hour after application. L’Oreal also was not my favorite choice but it was a much better option over Thrive. Definitely go for L’Oréal on this one.

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