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creamcheeseandlox Thu 17-Nov-16 07:28:17

Got a wedding on Saturday and haven't had time to get my lvl done. Looking for a natural high street false lash to give a bit of length and curl. Don't want that heavy thick look. Eyelure Naturals? Any recommendations?

poppym12 Thu 17-Nov-16 08:53:52

Ardell individual lashes every time. You can put as many as you want on. I use them at the outer corners to give a natural look.

FashionMommy Thu 17-Nov-16 11:40:36

I would go for Eyelure Naturals 031

Liiinoo Thu 17-Nov-16 12:10:39

Ardell Demi wispies. Amazon or large Tescos stock them and maybe Boots I think.

And whatever brand you use, trim them so they are don't cover your whole lash line but only about 2/3 ending at the outer corner. If you cover the whole lash line they can look heavy and drag queen like (fine, if that's what you like). Concentrating on the middle to outer eye adds glamour and opens up the eye without looking too heavy.

Gracey79 Thu 17-Nov-16 12:13:21

You could get them permed instead of falsies mine look better permed with mascara on than with most false eyelashes

Gracey79 Thu 17-Nov-16 12:14:00

Sorry just seen comment re time!

Monkeyface26 Thu 17-Nov-16 12:34:02

Mac number 7s are good. They are well spaced on a clear band so look more natural and are easy to apply (although I do like to buy Ardell lash glue to make it easier). The clear band means that you do not need to be so good at eyeliner as they look OK without.
There's a good Pixiwoo demo which suggested these and walks you through application which is good if you're only an occasional user of falsies, like me. I always watch it again before applying.

creamcheeseandlox Thu 17-Nov-16 18:33:04

Thanks ladies. I'll only have a boots to go too so think they stock eyelure and ardell.

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