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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.
This is a neat product, even though they're "one-time use" I find that you can use them over and over. Just the right shape for my eye!4
The directions weren't very clear and I almost didn't even use it. I'm glad I did, though i still think that the instructions could be improved.5
I feel that I don't need it, since I hardly ever make a mess of my mascara. It's good for clumsy people or someone that's just starting out with mascara.2
pretty cool concept, never really had a problem with getting mascara on my eyelashes but i love not having to worry about it.4
I used the Lash card this morning when putting on my mascara. I have to say I give bonus points for the writing on the cards that you can only read in the mirror. It was fun to try this. It definitely helped with not getting mascara on my skin but it is an extra step in the morning. Enjoyed trying this but don't think I would purchase in the future.3
Though I liked it, it was a extra step that I would never do unless I spent fover on my eye makeup and would have a heart attack if it got mascara on it.3
Maybe there are some ladies out there that have an issue with getting mascara on there face when applying but I have never had this happen and I wear mascara daily. I'm sorry but I found this item to be completely useless.1
Its a cute idea, but I could just make my own lash cards from recycled business cards.4
Waste of packaging and more trouble than it's worth, imo. Maybe performers who wear layers and layers of mascara would use it more?2
I like the idea of it, but I can easily cut out a little bit out of a business card to do the trick.4