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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.
I was kind of excited about these at first, because I hate clumps, but using the card didn't make that much of a difference. A lot of product comes off on they card, which you then throw away. Not recommended.3
This lash cards are very helpful. Very simple design, and I realized that you can actually get four uses from each card so that is like having 40 cards not 20! Use each end on the front, flip it over and do the same on the back! Love them.4
These actually do work very well.. I bought them thinking "whatever".. They arent going to work.. But they do .. They work perfectly.. The best part is you can use the same one over and over again..just take a makeup remover and wipe it off then let it dry..5
It works good, but it is hard to brush through my lashes all the way but other than that it works amazing. And it didn't cost that much so I think it was a good purchase.4
There were a couple issues with these Lash Cards. Firstly, budget conscious women do not like throwaway cardboard junk. These are a great idea, however they could use material improvement. Make them out of cleanable plastic, and affix a light adhesive to the top to hold the product in place so self-use is much easier.2
When I saw these while scrolling through the Birchbox Shop, I knew I had to have them!!! I'm not exactly sure how in the "h-e-double hockey sticks" how to use them. I'm assuming its due to my lack of coordination.
On the other hand, I handed them out to all of the women at work, and they agreed, I'm unbelievably uncoordinated... As they loved them.
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 is a super cute idea, and I could definitely see its benefit when applying mascara to someone else. However, when applying it to yourself, it seems like it's much easier to just apply without the card. It seems like there is a little bit of a learning curve involved with using it.3
My mom always has mascara all over her lids. I think it's cause she doesn't wear her glasses when putting it on, which make sense. I hope this helps!4
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