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Younique Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes - Review

One of the hot new products to hit the market over the past year is the Younique Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes.

After seeing lots of posts on Facebook and watching several YouTube videos about this mascara, I decided to give it a try.  I've had several weeks to play around with it and apply it in various ways and now feel like I can give it a full review.

First of all, what is it?
It's a 2-part mascara system that includes natural fibers and transplanting gel. By applying the fibers and transplanting gel to your lashes, you get amazing volume and added length to your natural lashes.  Whether you have really short, sparse lashes or are someone like me that loves the look of false lashes but is terrible at applying them, this fiber lash system may very well become your best friend!  It's like false lashes in a tube :-)

Transplanting Gel is a black "glue" that helps the fibers adhere to your lashes.

Natural Fibers are 100% Natural Green Tea Fibers. They are black and are e…

Quick Tip Tuesday: DIY Sachet

Musty, stale smelling clothes that have been stored away for the season.  Even though the clothes were clean when you put them away, you find you need to wash them again or hang them outside for several hours to get rid of the smell.

Make this simple sachet with Downy Unstoppables and a dryer sheet.  Place the sachet in with the clothes and store in a Space Bag and/or in a Rubbermaid container with a good-fitting lid.  When it's time to switch out your wardrobe for the next season, you will be pleasantly surprised at the fresh scent that greets you when you open the box/bag.

I just pulled out my winter clothes that had been stored for over 5 months and they smelled like they'd just come out of the wash.  Cheers to the easiest seasonal clothing switch ever!
DIY Sachet
Items Needed:
1- Dryer Sheet
1 Tablespoon (approx.) - Downy Unstoppables 
1 - twisty tie

*Place Downy Unstoppables in the center of the dryer sheet
*Carefully gather the edges of the dryer…