Lash Ease Review: Is It Legit or Just Hype?

By Lydia Noyes
HighYa Staff
Updated on: Oct 8, 2019

Lash Ease is fiber building mascara designed to seamlessly enhance your lashes and build volume in a natural-looking way.

The company claims that their unique formula is infused with plant extracts and “soft flex fiber” that lets it stay on your lashes all day without risk of flaking, smudging, or clumping.

And when you’re ready to go makeup-free, Lash Ease promises the mascara comes off easily with any makeup remover.

Should you consider switching from your favorite mascara to Lash Ease instead? Here, we’ll help you decide whether this beauty product is worth the hype.

How Does Lash Ease Work?

Lash Ease promises to help you build up your lash volume with every stroke of the applicator.

The product is designed to be applied like standard mascara, meaning that you coat the included wand with mascara and brush it against each eyelash to cover it.

The included lash serum then purportedly works to coat each lash with fibers that visibly increase their length as they are coated in mascara. This creates a one-step application process that Lash Ease claims differs from their competition.

The company claims that using Lash Ease will “virtually double” the length of your lashes and give you a buildable volume that will last all day. Their secret? A fiber building mascara formula.

What Is Fiber Building Mascara?

To start, let’s define what Lash Ease means by being a “fiber-building” mascara.

According to the beauty website Elle, most fiber-building mascaras contain tiny fibers, usually made from silk, nylon, or other natural materials.

When you put on the product, these fibers adhere to your lashes and act as mini extensions. Unlike real extensions though, they take minimal time to apply. They also aren’t designed to last, as you can wash them off at the end of the night.

Because fiber-building mascaras are still mascara, they can only build on the lashes you already have.

However, this is a popular technique for making thin, short lashes stand out more than they would with traditional mascara alone.

What Does Lash Ease Cost?

On the company website, Lash Ease sells for $19.99. Every order comes with two Lash Ease applicators. You can also purchase Lash Ease on Amazon for $14.99 per applicator.

However, each order of Lash Ease from the company website requires that you pay separate shipping and handling for each applicator, which comes to $4.99 each, or $29.99 for the entire order.

From what we found, it’s not possible to opt-out of paying for this second “bonus” applicator.

Each Lash Ease order is protected by a 30-day money-back guarantee, minus the $10 shipping fee.

To process the return, customers need to contact Lash Ease at (800) 374-9816 between 8 am and 8 pm EST from Monday through Friday.

What Do Customers Think of Lash Ease?

Amazon reviewers are weighing in on what they think of Lash Ease, and their opinions aren’t always favorable. This product averages three stars out of five after 188 reviews.

Most of the negative reviewers noted that they didn’t think this product worked any better than standard mascara.

Several seemed upset that the company was advertising that the product could double the length and thickness of their lashes because they didn’t notice much difference when they wore it.

Many reviewers left much more positive reviews. They stated that the product was easy to apply and wash off and that they appreciated that it lasted all day without flaking.

A few people also noted that their friends noticed the difference and wanted to try Lash Ease themselves.

Overall, reviewers who expected Lash Ease to work similar to other volume-boosting mascaras seemed happy with the product. Those who had higher expectations tended to be disappointed.

How Does Lash Ease Compare to a Popular Alternative?

If you’re interested in plumping up your eyelashes with fiber, there are plenty of other brands you can try besides Lash Ease.

One popular option is the Mia Adora 3D Fiber Mascara. This product has earned four stars on Amazon after almost 6,000 reviews, and it’s priced at $19.96 per applicator.

Unlike Lash Ease, Mia Adora requires a three-step application process with two separate applicators. First, you’ll apply the wet magnifying gel to your lashes.

Then you will brush on dry 3D fibers to lengthen them. Afterward, you’ll return to the first applicator and reapply the magnifying gel.

The process seems to work though, as this lengthening mascara has earned rave reviews from users. Many people wrote that the process was easy to master and that they loved how much it immediately thickened and lengthened their lashes.

Others had less positive experiences and reported that the mascara went on clumpy and that it dried too quickly for them to apply each coat.

The Bottom Line: Is Lash Ease Worth It?

Now let’s summarize. Do we think Lash Ease is a smart buy?

This thickening mascara product is designed for people who want to boost the appearance of their eyes without committing to false eyelashes.

From looking at the ingredients list for Lash Ease listed on Amazon, this mascara’s main ingredient is talc, which we suspect is the primary fiber agent.

Talc is a common ingredient in baby powder and many cosmetic products, and it acts as a thickening agent.

Online instructions abound for applying baby powder to your lashes between coats of mascara, which operates under the same principle of Lash Ease.

Compared to other brands, we think that Lash Ease seems expensive, and a little bit shady.

We don’t like that the company website gives you a “bonus” applicator with every purchase but then requires you to pay separate shipping for it.

That’s not transparent pricing because shoppers don’t have options to opt-out of the add-on.

If you’re curious about Lash Ease but don’t want to commit to buying two tubes, we think it’s better to buy one off Amazon. Or, if you’re interested in saving even more money, consider the baby powder trick and see if you like how much your lashes lengthen.


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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    False advertisement

    • Henderson, KY,
    • Aug 6, 2019
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    This product was a huge disappointment in regards to price and results. Not once during the entire month of use did my lashes stand out. There is absolutely no technology involved otherwise I would have experienced results. Downright, waste if money and in my opinion, false advertising. My $6 mascara performed better.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    Don't buy it!

    • Texas,
    • Jul 26, 2019
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    I purchased this mascara according to the advertisements on this product. I have very thin eyelashes and seeing the results this mascara produces...well, it didn't do it for me. I was so disappointed and upset that this product did not work. I had to apply several times and instead of seeing longer lashes, all I saw was a mess, my eyelashes looked caked and all stuck together...so...you have to have eyelashes to get eyelashes from this product. I am so tired of all the fake lies these sponsors give to us people.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    All hype

    • Salisbury, NC,
    • Jun 7, 2019
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    I purchased a tube of Lash Ease with high hopes, but ended up being very disappointed. I purchased at Walmart, thinking it was going to make my lashes stand out an be seen, but honestly, Lash Ease is no better than the Maybelline mascara I normally buy. This mascara was very expensive an doesn't do what it advertised it does. I would not recommend this product to anyone, I could spend six dollars and get the exact same result.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 7 out 7 people found this review helpful

    Not worth the price

    • Pennsylvania,
    • May 1, 2019
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    I just tried Lash Ease and while it was a nice mascara it is no different than Last Blast or Voluminous. In fact, both of these products made my lashes appear long. They are 1/2 the price.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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