Lashes are a must for any makeup enthusiast, it’s a staple in your makeup arsenal. I have three favourite false lashes brand at the moment, and I thought today I would share one of them with you along with my favourite lash styles. I use this particular brand quite often and have found clients also like them to complete makeup looks. The brand in question is of course Let’s Go Lashes.
I was first introduced to Let’s Go Lashes through their PR team however I have gone back to purchase more lashes and try different styles myself. I was really impressed with the quality of the lashes, I was able to get lots of use out of one pair of lashes and found them to be light weight and really easy to use. I would say I am quite good with looking after lashes, I sometimes get over ten uses with the same pair, but with this brand I ended up getting much more use than I expected. They cost around £6.50 each which is quite typical for false lashes and I think there is a discounted price for professionals – which reminds me, I need to register for that! Let me talk you through some of my favourite pairs.
The first pair is Flirt 1 which is a my lashes but better kind of false lashes. Sometimes with my friends I have to point out ‘look I’m wearing lashes!’ for them to realise, they just think my lashes are sometimes naturally fabulous. These are spiky lashes on an invisible band, with separated clusters of lashes. I like amping up my mascara, applying these and using a clean mascara brush merging my real lashes with the false ones. The invisible band means that the false lashes are less detectable and you look like you are just gifted with amazing lashes. You can find them here.
The next pair is more fuller than the previous, this is the Temptress 3. Again on a invisible band meaning you can wear them without liner, and they are less detectable. The clusters are much closer together meaning it will be clear you are wearing falsies but it won’t be over the top and these will be very easy to wear in the daytime without looking you made too much effort. You can pick these up here.
These final pair of lashes are also from the Temptress range and I have to admit they kind of are my favourite. This is the Temptress 4, which is basically a more fuller and dramatic version of the Temptress 3. Again on an invisible band (can you spot a trend here?) they come in closed formed clusters with flared out lashes at the outer corner. I absolutely love wearing these for evenings out, they are elegant and soft yet dramatic enough for an evening look. I hate harsh bushy lashes (unless it’s for creative looks) and these are anything but, they are very feminine and look very pretty when worn. Again I feel like I have to mention, I get so much wear out of these lashes, they really are worth every penny. You can pick these up here.
I thought I would throw in one final pair as it’s unlike anything in my collection. I am yet to try these so I can’t give a full review but I really like the concept of these lashes. These are the Tease 4 lashes and they are basically soft cross hatch design lashes with a thick band but they are also split in two. Due to the band design I would definitely pair these lashes with liner but I think this pair will be great for lash newbies who find applying a full strip quite difficult. I also like the option of only applying one half to your outer lashes, giving the eyes a cat eye finish. I’m really looking forward to trying this pair out and might feature it in a makeup look soon. You can find it here.
That is it for my Lash Lovin’ post, I hope you liked a little insight into my lash favourites as I do tend to wear lashes in every single makeup look I feature. I hope it has given you ideas for what lashes you should try! I will hopefully put in one more post before the new year, I can barely believe 2014 is here in a few days.. I don’t know whether to be scared or excited. Until next time, have an amazing day! Tanzina x