Too Faced Lash Injection

If you’re a regular reader of Spoiled Pretty, you’re pretty familiar with my escapades. You know that I’m not a morning person, and I often go to work without a stitch of makeup. I relish my extra 10 minutes of sleep so much that I will endure a day’s worth of embarrassment, without regret.

But last week, I should have been ashamed of myself. One morning during my commute, I caught a glimpse of my reflection in the bus window. And let me tell you…it was a serious case of shock and awe. I won’t get into the specifics – but let’s just say that despite the lack of available seats that day, the one next to me remained empty for my entire trip.

lash+injection Too Faced Lash InjectionThe bus was only five or so blocks from my stop, so I smoothed my hair as best I could and furiously burrowed in my bag – looking for some miracle product to salvage my grave facial situation. I pulled Too Faced Lash Injection from my handbag and prayed for the best, as this mascara was a sample that I had yet to try. As the bus quickly neared my destination (why is it that the commute goes faster when you’re stalling for time?), I haphazardly swiped on Lash Injection without a mirror – closing the cap and re-depositing in my purse just as the bus doors opened at my stop.

Once inside my office building, I fell into my usual routine: rode the elevator to my 2nd floor office, booted up my laptop, logged onto my work email account, and checked my voicemail. By the time I finished doing all of the above, I became so engrossed in work that I had forgotten all about my scary hair and pallid complexion. But then, something strange happened.

Four co-workers, passing by my office, stopped in to compliment me on my mascara. Now, I dunno if it’s because I rarely wear mascara to work. Or if, despite sloppy application, Lash Injection delivers “the look of lash extensions.” Whatever the reason, I’m a sucker for compliments – so I may just start waking up a minute or two early so that I have time to apply Lash Injection before leaving the house. Imagine the response when it’s carefully applied!

Too Faced Lash Injection is available at Sephora, Douglas, Nordstrom, and at toofaced.com.

5 Comments on Too Faced Lash Injection

  1. Abby
    July 7, 2008 at 7:35 PM (6 years ago)

    This mascara is one of my faves. I have probably a dozen different mascaras but I have this one in black and blue and I love it!

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  2. Anonymous
    July 7, 2008 at 9:40 PM (6 years ago)

    This is one of my favorites also, if it wasnt for the price, I think this would be my number 1 choice. Another great mascara that delivers similar results is MAC Plush Lash, major volume, which we all search for!!

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  3. Marsha
    July 7, 2008 at 10:17 PM (6 years ago)

    I love Lash Injection. I too got this as a sample, and only used it when I ran out of my regular mascara. I have been hooked ever since! They make my scrawny, sad lashes look like I have on extensions; its just amazing. I went right to Sephora during my lunch and brought 2 tubes.

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  4. Amanda.
    July 7, 2008 at 11:21 PM (6 years ago)

    I love most Too Faced
    products…but have
    never tried this mascara.
    Probably because I’m a
    slave to Diorshow…but
    I’m always up for the
    look of making my
    lashes look longerrr.

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  5. Erica
    July 11, 2008 at 6:52 AM (6 years ago)

    Love your blog! I have to disagree with this one, though. I originally bought lash injection because I thought it did the same thing: lengthen my lashes. I have short, thick, curly lashes, so I’m always looking to lengthen them. It was not until I tried two other mascaras–Armani’s Maestro and Diorshow’s Blackout–that I realized that I could do better, without sacrificing much on price. It’s not bad, but there are better, in my opinion.

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