tried and tested
KEVYN AUCOIN THE LASH COLLECTION THE INGENUE,
£20, Space NK EASY to apply and lightweight on the eye. These falsies are very natural and won’t make much of a difference to those with naturally long lashes. However, if yours are a little on the short side, they’ll give you a natural-looking lift and add a touch of glam to your look. The packaging is weighty and the box includes a mirror – ideal if you’re putting them on on the go. Note, they do not come with glue.
TATTI LASHES HUMAN HAIR LASHES TL16,
£5.50, tattilashes.com THESE feel natural once applied and don’t weigh your eyelids down like other fuller lashes can do. Great for adding some extra oompf to your make-up thanks to their length but lack the va va voom for those seeking a full-on glam look.
If you’re not used to applying lashes, and want a set that aren’t too full on, these are great for the price point.
Packaging is a bit flimsy.
DOLL BEAUTY CHLOE ELIZABETH LASHES,
£10, beautybay.com I LIKED how full the
Doll lashes felt but the different lengths meant they didn’t weigh too heavily.
This style was easy enough to apply and as far as strip lashes go, they felt really light compared to other brands I have worn before. Also I think they are affordable and worth the price for their feel and application. No glue included though.
BEAUTY PIE FALSE LASH PRO COLLECTION 011 THE MIXER,
RRP £18 (members price £9.08), beautypie.com THIS kit has it all, from very natural-looking falsies through to big Bambi lashes. Now, a disclaimer, I really struggle to put lashes on. I gave a couple of the sets in this kit a go: the ‘super natural’ and the ‘genetically blessed’.
The super natural was just a no go, they were so light I couldn’t even grip them. I fared better with the other pair, which did look fab once applied. Good-looking lashes but not for novices. Glue was included.