Huda Beauty Lashes

 

Scarlett: These are one of my go-tos for everyday: I like the shape they give and the thickness and length are perfect. I don’t think these are too heavy, but if you have smaller eyes I would advise against getting them.

Lana: Holy Moly! I can’t wear these, they don’t suit me one bit. First of all, these lashes are too long and too chunky. On the plus side, they are also quite small and the fit is perfect (normally I have to cut lashes down) it’s just a shame about the style. If you can pull them off, hats off to you.

Farah: Nice length, great thickness just a shame about the spidery look. They look OK, I’ve been told, but that spikey look is not for me – spider legs on my eyes are what nightmares are made of.

Samantha: Great, if you don’t like heavy lashes and want a pair of lightweight more natural looking lashes. They are wispy but still give you that full look.

Sasha: Well, hello there lovely lashes, how are you doin’? These are my trusted go-tos, be it a casual night out or a sassy day about. I love these, pretty and long lasting – I’ve worn them quite a few times and they are still holding up. I love the shape of these lashes: they are quite long but when they are on they do look very natural. In terms of value for money, these are on point – the usage you get from them before they start to get icky is remarkable!

 

Huda Beauty Prices

Scarlett:£15.50

Lana:£15.50

Farah:£18.00

Samantha:£15.50

Sasha:£15.50

House of lashes and 2 more Review!

House of Lashes

Iconic: I know a few people who would say these are more for a night out, but I beg to differ!! If you are in a mood to look sultry, can you really say the mood only hits you after 9pm? Of course not! I love the way these lashes make my eyes look, and when the mood takes you, these are the ones for you – day or night.

Featherette: A recent purchase, I wore these during the day. And yeah, they work for everyday use, but am I a fan? No. Not only did they give me that spidery look (and we all know how I feel about that look) but they were a bitch getting on, with lots of adjustments to try and make them look OK.

 

Violet Voss Vamptress: These are full and fun – that’s about all I can say. Probably a better lash in this style is  Huda Beauty Farrah, as it has more curve and is easier to apply.

 

Benefit lashes Rockette: They are adorable: They have a thick band, so if new to lashes and/or you struggle with eyeliner, these could work for you. The inner lashes criss-cross then evolve into straight to the outer edge. They are not too thick or too long, again a real plus for those of you who are just starting to experiment, as they don’t make too much of an impact when you wear them.

 

 

Prices

-Iconic: £14.00

-Featherette:£14.00

Violet Voss Vamptress:£10.50

Benefit Rockette Lashes:£12.50

Lily Lashes Review

Great company, adore them and worth the money!

 

I will start off with Mykonos: Heavy, full and fabulous. I normally wear them with a light eye as these lashes are big! They are a challenge to get on right, and if they aren’t on right, they look like fluffy caterpillars on my face… but when I place them just right, damn I look good!

Miami: Not as heavy as Mykonos but just as fabulous. I wear these if I’m out visiting friends or shopping, so definitely more day than night wear: they create a lovely look. I have to admit, I do struggle with extra-long lashes, but these are just right for me.

Luxe: These are the lightest of the three. They are big, simple but effective whatever the occasion (although personally, I use them more for daytime occasions and would be demure enough for work). They are easy on the eye and very comfortable.

 

Lily Lashes Prices

Mykonos:£30.00

Miami:£29.95

Luxe:£20.00

Unicorn Lashes Review

Unicorn Lashes

 First off, I love false eyelashes: I am obsessed – like ‘hi, what’s the thing you love most in the world (apart from family and Boo, the dog)? Oh, I don’t know… how about FALSE EYELASHES! Now you get my depth of my eyelash obsession, let’s begin!

Bambi, Unicorn Flutter and Rainbow Wings!

Let’s start with the packaging super cute. But the trouble is, the cute packaging gets in the way when you put the lashes back in the box. No biggie, but this is a case of form over function, sometimes packaging should just be about protecting the product.

Bambi: These are very full and heavy. Personally, I like them a lot, but if you aren’t a fan of big, full lashes then these are not for you. However, if you want that ‘fuck off, heelloo’ look then definitely go get them. But, beware, they can be heavy to wear. They are also surprisingly versatile: these work just as well with subtle eye shadows, as well as a heavier, dramatic look. Having worn them with both looks, my personal preference is the subtle eye shadows.

 Unicorn Flutter: Cute name and extremely long. Lighter than Bambi, they are certainly more fluttery – great for flirting but you cannot wear glasses with them. And, beware if you have a low brow – not a cool look when your lashes blend with your eyebrows! The shape and lash style is lovely, but the exaggerated length does slightly put me off.

Rainbow Wings: Again, a very long lash, but not as exaggerated as and lighter than Unicorn Flutter. Personally, I think you could wear these for daytime. Whilst not as impressive as Unicorn Flutter, I do like them a tad more.

 

I also purchased the glue they recommend from their site and personally wouldn’t bother: it doesn’t do as well as my other eyelash glue, so I wouldn’t waste your money!

 

 

 

 Prices

Unicorn Lashes Prices

Bambi:£22.95

Unicorn Flutter:£9.99

Rainbow Wings:£18.99