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Sometimes the rest of your face just gets in the way when you’re applying mascara. Even when you’re careful, it inevitably smudges on your eye lid and below your bottom lashes. Now there’s a way to prevent these common snafus: Lash Card, based on the makeup artist trick of using a cut out business card. This thick card keeps smears away and can also be used to separate any clumps. It comes in a cute package that slides right into your makeup bag.
Still have these and I just don't care to try them . Seems very silly to me . Wasted space in my box1
I bought two packages of the lash cards thinking they'd be just what I was needing. I cannot begin to express how frustrating they are to use. They are very flimsy and cheaply made. Would've been better if they were made from plastic. I have long lashes to begin with and its too much of a hassle to deal with the card.1
This sounded like a fabulous idea to me when I heard about it, but trying to use it on myself was next to impossible. MUCH better to just clean up any mistakes with a cotton swab dipped in makeup remover! I can see why make-up artists love them, though. Definitely simplifies working on someone else, but not worth it for the average gal.1
I guess this might be effective if you had poor fine motor skills. It otherwise seems absurd to me, and not easy to use. You have to carefully hold the card over your eye - don't blink - then reach to pick up your mascara, somehow remove the applicator from the tube with your third hand, and then apply to your lashes. And don't blink, you'll ruin it worse than if you weren't using this odd product. No. The theory of it is good, but it isn't practical.1
If you really have a hard time keeping mascara off your lid when you apply it, then I'd go for something like this. I don't think you'd even need to pay this much for it - find an index card or something and just use that.1
I found these to be a pointless product, and I would never spend money on them. If you're learning how to do mascara I could see how they might be useful, or if you were putting it on someone else I guess. When I do my own mascara I don't smear and smudge it all down my face, so I don't use these.1
these are a good idea in theory but having to hold the card and the wand is tough plus you have to set down the mascara tube as well. Maybe this is meant for makeup artists who are putting makeup on someone else but it was not easy for me to use and got tossed out.1
These are not sturdy cards and they can only be used once. The description does not state one time use only. This box only has 20 cards in it.1
I sold my sample of this item because I felt it was more trouble than it was worth and more expensive than needs to be. Never figured out how to put mascara on and hold up the card1
Do Not buy this product. It's makes putting on mascara harder, not simpler. Whoever thought this was a good idea should seek another career path.1