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Friday, April 29, 2016

The Lash Inc

The Lash Inc Review

When it comes to false eyelashes we all have a go to brand don't we? If you are anything like me you may even be a little hesitant to try anything new? My real problem is I hate heavy, artificial looking eyelashes that look questionable at best. Then there is also the dilemma of finding cruelty free yet fluttery eyelashes and at a reasonable price too! If the above seems all too familiar you may want to try The Lash Inc, a collection of professional yet affordable false eyelashes that are of course cruelty free.

The Lash Inc Review

As we all have different eye shapes - and of course preferences - The Lash Inc offer fifteen different styles to choose from, including large and dramatic designs to more, soft and subtle options; some of which are available in a black/brown colour-way, opposed to the standard black lashes you can find just about anywhere on the high street.

The Lash Inc Review
The Lash Inc Review
The Lash Inc Review

So far I have tried three of the fifteen designs: lashes number seven (soft, spiky yet natural), eight (dramatic, long and voluminous) and ten (soft, fluttery and long). All three designs feature a soft, flexible band which is easy to apply, regardless of your natural eye shape. As someone with small-ish eyes I did have to trim a few of the pairs to create the perfect fit but other than that there was no issues - I should also add that each pair is reusable (the packaging is great for storing the used lashes) and that no set of The Lash Inc lashes contains glue, you will have to purchase that separately.

As the Lash Inc lashes are handmade, cruelty free and affordable, I suspect we will be hearing a lot more about this brand in the coming months - I mean can you really have too many options?

You can shop the entire range here - link, for £6.99 per set.



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12 comments:

  1. Oooh these look great! I'm a big lash girl!

    www.luxelist.me

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  2. Oh, lashes are tricky. I've tried a few brands and to be honest, I'd rather just apply a few extra coats of mascara than put up with uncomfortable lashes. How do these wear? Are they lightweight?
    According to Mimi

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  3. I am the complete opposite and will try different brands till I find the perfect staple lash lol. The first two look a bit much for me, but the third one is right up my street :))

    www.lauralivinglife.com

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  4. They look lovely. I prefer much more natural lashes, too. I feel like big, dramatic lashes look too drag-queeny on me!
    Laura x
    LookAtMyClothes

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  5. Ah, these look great, and a good price point too. The fluffy pair are right up my street!

    www.beekeyper.com

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  6. Lovely lashes, thanks for the rec=view.
    Wish you a fab weekend!
    http://helenamybeauty.over-blog.com/2016/04/allons-a-bali-let-s-go-to-bali.html

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  7. I just did a Red Cherry order they are the best ones I've tried!

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  8. These look great! Love the fluttery, cat eye style x
    http://cocoamay.blogspot.co.uk/

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  9. i wish i could handel these kind of lashes, my eyes always water..

    www.peachplz.com

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  10. I always find eyelashes are very tricky to apply but love the look they give me. I don't tend to shop around for brands and always end up at the MAC counter because they can put them on for me haha but these seem reasonably priced for me to buy and practice with. Wish me luck!

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  12. These look really good. Would love to try them! :)

    MBF

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