Honest to Blog. My Review of the Younique Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes. All Hype or Real Deal?

A few months ago I got approached by Holly over at Younique and she was kind enough to send me a sample of Younique’s best-selling product, the Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes system. She also sent me an awesome Lucrative Lip Gloss in the color Luxe. Although I got these products solely for review purposes and for free, I want to give an honest and thorough review. So if you want or are looking for a system that helps dramatize your lashes or give them the “falsies” look and were thinking of Younique as an option read on.  I will be posting iPhone pics which aren’t as Hi-Fi as I’d like them to be but are an honest depiction of what the lashes will look like before and after (at least on me).

The Younique Moodstruck system is a 3-step process:

1. Apply a thin coat of your fave mascara (I used Benefit’s They’re Real as my prep mascara). After letting your mascara dry apply the Moodstruck Transplanting Gel to the lashes.

2. Immediately after that apply the Moodstruck Natural Fibers.

3. Re-apply the Transplanting Gel after that to seal the fibers in.

Repeat steps 2 and 3 if you want to go for bigger bolder lashes.  Pro tip: Use a clean mascara wand to swipe through lashes and sort out clumps and help separate your lashes.

Below are some before and after pictures and then my thoughts on the process and product.

This is what the product looks like:

younique1Photo Cred: themakeupwhoreder.com


Now onto pics of the results:


For the left eye I used the steps needed with the Younique Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lash system and my right eye is veiled with the thin coat of Benefit’s They’re Real.

The difference is definitely noticeable, especially on a person like me who has thin, straight, little lashes. The system goes for $29 and you can purchase it through Holly at www.youniqueproducts.com/hollyslone . The Younique system is a lot like the Too Faced Better Than False Lashes system which goes for $35 (which has the same amount of steps minus having to use a different mascara to coat your lash the first time). I am a huge fan of these systems because like I said I barely have lashes to begin with. The upside to the Younique system is that the fibers are black so they aren’t noticeable compared to the white fibers in the Too Faced system.  But they both achieve similar results although the Too Faced system has a better mascara formula than Younique.

Let me know if you would like to see side by side photos of both systems in the comments below.

Here’s a picture of the lip gloss, which I actually love! The glosses go for $15 each (they have a really good formula, non-sticky).  The gloss is such a perfect nude.  It’s glossy, and the formula is really awesome so I definitely recommend these!


Have any of you tried the Younique system? What are your thoughts? Sound off below! Overall I like the system but if you have a decent amount of lashes you don’t need to splurge on these systems unless you want the full blown lashes (which I know some of you do).