Back around Christmas time I was kindly sent a variety of Revlon false eyelashes to try. One pair in particular stood out for me and they're now my favourite false lashes.
Here are Revlon's Fantasy Lengths in 'Lush'
I think they look identical to these Shu Uemura eyelashes below which are priced at a steep £15.00...
I loved how the individual pieces gave me control over the thickness and volume of the lashes. Having individual pieces also eradicated the problem of needing to trim the lashes to fit each individuals eye size. I found I only needed to use 3 pieces on each eye to create a defined, pretty eye.
What I loved most was that these created a full, fluttery look that looked more natural than other false lashes I've tried. Often I find false eyelashes are just far too long and sparse. These were just a touch longer than my own lashes so the focus was on adding fullness. So I use these in the same way I do clip-in hair extensions, to add volume rather than length.
I've used these eyelashes around six times now and they're still as good as new. The glue holds well but is also easy to peel off after use.
Revlon Fantasy Lashes are available at Asda, Boots for around £5.99 but they're also available here, starting from just £2.45. However, I've been searching for this particular pair for a while now and can't seem to find them anywhere. So I'm desperately hanging on to these and hoping they last!
Which brand do you rely on to give the perfect eyelashes?