Younique Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes Demo & Review


Today I have a fun new video where I show you some tips on how to put on Younique Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes and give you my take on it! What is Younique Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes you ask? Well, Younique is a direct-sales company (like Avon or  Mary Kay) and it’s sold by “Presenters” where they sell the products to their friends and family and get a commission from their sales. Younique is different in that you don’t have to host parties at someone’s house to sell the products, the majority of their “parties” and sales are done online and over social media. My friend Michelle is a Presenter and she offered to buy me their famous mascara to try out and if I liked it then I could blog about it and link everyone to her Facebook page and website so they could check it out themselves. Check out my video to see how this mascara works and what I thought about it!:

I had heard of Younique because random people I don’t know on Instagram are always commenting on my pictures and asking if I’ve heard about it which is spammy and annoying and turns some people off when it comes to the company. Besides that, the intensity of the Presenters can give a creepy cult-like vibe. Note: my friend Michelle is not creepy and doesn’t spam people or come at anyone with a Tom Cruise like intensity. Because of the creepiness I checked out Younique’s Better Business Bureau status which was an A- which is good. Even with all of this I was curious to see if it lived up to the hype! According to their website, Younique sells 15,000 of the Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes DAILY. I think I’m the 1 billionth person to make a YouTube demo and review, but I watched a whole bunch of other girls’ videos and tried to incorporate all the tips I learned to give you everything you need to know.  I’m also mentioning these things because I want to tell you my full, honest opinion of my impression of the company and the product.

During my Younique research I saw that their mission is to uplift, empower, validate, and ultimately build self-esteem in women throughout the world which I am ALL about. Another plus about the company is that all the products are made in America. Younique was started by Morman brother and sister duo Derek Maxfield and Melanie Huscroft. Between the two of them they have 100 children. Just kidding, only 9, but that’s still a lot. If you want to see Derek be moved to tears while talking about their mission watch this video on their website. Or maybe he’s crying tears of joy thinking about how rich he is because 15,000 mascaras a day!? Why didn’t my brother come up with that??

Have you tried Younique? What do you think?




Author: Lindsay

Lindsay is the creator of Blushing in Hollywood a beauty, dating, travel and lifestyle blog based in Los Angeles, California.

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