Mink lashes have been at the top of my beauty shopping list for a while now. I’ve been a fan of false eyelashes ever since I discovered how the right lashes could massively transform your look.
I’m not going to pretend I don’t go all-out glam for any occasion where people might see me – I definitely do; but faux mink eyelashes manage to take that glamour up a notch.
My go-to cheap lashes are usually in a natural ‘wispy’ style and I have to add mascara to make them really stand out, so I’ve been ready for a change for a little while.
Luckily for me, False Eyelashes (.co.uk) contacted me to offer up some false eyelashes of my choice. I was obviously going to choose some mink lashes, but I was spoilt for choice!
In the end, I settled on these amazing faux mink lashes:
The lashes I selected were Esqido Mink Lashes – Voila Lash, are they divine? I also chose some black Revlon lash glue (which I think is the best lash glue about, I’ve tried loads of others and nothing makes your lashes look as seamless as the black glue from Revlon).
The Esqido Mink Lashes retail at £25.00, which sounds like a lot but they are reusable and when you care for them properly, they’ll last for ages.
There would be no point in telling you how glam they are without showing you, so this is the first look I created:
You can’t deny how stunning those lashes are, they really make the look!
I found them really easy to apply, especially because the band is already curved, so they didn’t end up sticking on funny (like some flimsier strip lashes do). They’re light and fluttery and looked incredible impressive with my eyes open.
The lashes came with instructions that advised how to size them up and trim them. The band size perfect, so I didn’t need to trim them (which I’m pleased about because I’d have made a hash of it.)
When you’ve finished wearing your mink lashes, peel off the glue and store them in their case. If you’ve got any makeup residue on them, use a tiny amount of micellar water on a cotton bud to wipe it away (keeping your lashes clean prevents infection).
I LOVE my new mink lashes and I intend to take great care of them so they can continue amp up my glam for a long time. I can’t fault falseeyelashes.co.uk (who kindly sent me these lashes) on their selection or their service. 100% would recommend.
Which is your favourite type of false eyelashes? Have you tried using false lashes in past?