I have lusted over the Huda Beauty Samantha lashes for the longest time, but with them being very hard to pick up in the UK, I haven’t managed to get my hands on them till now. I just loved the look of the lashes, despite never seeing them in person, I could just tell it was going to be an instant love for me. Today I thought I would do a quick Huda Samantha lash review and let you all know if reality met my expectations.
Huda Beauty launched on Cult Beauty a few months ago, and although I had been eyeing it up for a while, I only ended up being it up with another product last month (ooh, I did a YouTube video on my haul if you’re interested!). I knew straight away I wanted the Samantha style, it was wispy with a lot of volume, no wonder it is the best seller. When it arrived, it looked exactly how I was expecting it to, fluffy and full. However I have learnt my lesson over time, it’s not all about how the lash looks on its case, it is all about how it applies on the lash line.
I really like Eylure lashes personally, I’ve spoken about them many times, but one of my gripes about the lashes is I always have to trim them to make them fit my eye. Now this may be a plus for some people, who find most lashes to be too short for them, but for me I find it a little annoying and just wish it would fit without trimming. These Huda Samantha lashes however fit perfectly. They feel like they were made for my eyes and they sit so well on my lash line. Initially looking at the lash band I was worried it might feel a bit stiff and heavy, however it is very flexible and feels light weight. They’re very easy to pop on, and don’t feel irritable or spiky, which I have found some lashes can feel like.
I wouldn’t say this style is ‘natural’, far from it actually, but it isn’t too dramatic either. For me it is the perfect evening style, and really suited to a date night as the outer corner flare gives you a cat eye finish which I find to be quite sultry and sexy. The quality of the band and lashes are really good as well, when I was picking off glue from the band to reuse it, the glue came off really easily without damaging the lashes at all. I know I will be able to get tons of wear out of these lashes, which justifies the price for me.
Talking about the price, these retail here for £15.50
Overall, if it isn’t clear already, I love these lashes! My first experience with the Huda Beauty brand has been a very pleasant one and I am quite excited to try out another, the question is which pair? There are so many to choose from! I hope you guys liked my Huda Samantha Lash review, I will definitely be using these on an upcoming YouTube video so if you haven’t subscribed to my channel, please do! (You can do this just below)Tanzina x