New Face.co.uk Makeup Additions
If you love wearing false lashes, I really recommend trying out FalseEyelashes.co.uk as they stock a massive selection of false lashes in synthetic and natural varieties for all budgets. Following the success of their lashes site, the owners have recently launched a new site Face.co.uk which offers makeup products from many different brands with free first class delivery.
I was given the chance to choose a few products from the new site to try the website out and look at the range of products they stock and I’m so impressed with brands such as Violet Voss, Eylure, Japonesque, Unicorn Lashes and many more. The website is really easy to navigate, allowing you to search by brand or you can view their ‘New In’ section to see what they’ve recently added to the site.
Real Techniques Bold Metals Pointed Crease Brush £12
Over the last few months I’ve acquired a few of the Real Techniques Bold Metals brushes but I’ve not tried any of their eye brushes until now. I really want to try their new Multi Tech range as I like the look of the domed shape bristles so I thought I’d try the Pointed Crease Brush as it looks quite similar in shape to the Multi Tech brushes. The Bold Metals brushes are weighted for precision, control and ease of application with cruelty free bristles. I like to use it with my crease shades within my makeup look as I simply use the brush backwards and forwards for a fully blended transition, and it works amazingly well.
“Be bold with this high performance eye brush.This magnificent makeup tool has densely packed, tapered bristles for creating a striking smoky effect. Designed by professional makeup artists, the Bold Metals Pointed Crease from Real Techniques creates expert eyes effortlessly. This luxurious brush allows for a flawless finished makeup look, and allows precise application of any chosen eye product.“
Ardell Brush-On Strip Lash Adhesive £4.95
I have a really bad latex allergy which has got progressively worse over the last few years, and I can no longer use any latex based products so I have to use latex free lash glues which are really difficult to find. I love using Ardell lashes but I’ve never tried their lash glues before, and I was really happy to find they have a latex free lash glue. The glue dries completely clear and has a brush applicator which is easy to apply to lashes, and it keeps my lashes in place until I choose to remove them.
“For a fuss free application of your favourite false lashes, opt for the Ardell Brush On Striplash Adhesive in Clear. This easy to use glue offers a firm, comfortable hold, and long lasting results – it is also latex free making it a great alternative for those with sensitivities and allergies.“
Ardell Individual Flares Multipack False Lashes £7.99
I used to always wear strip lashes in my early twenties but my lashes really suffered so I now prefer to use individual lashes for a more natural look alongside a latex-free lash adhesive, and the Ardell Flares are my favourite individual lashes. You can purchase individual lashes in boxes with short, medium and long flares but I prefer a box of medium flares as I can use them anywhere along my lashline and I always end up with some left over short lashes in the multipacks.
These individual flares are knot free so I find they don’t look obvious along the lashline like some false lashes do and I find that three flares is perfect for everyday glam, but they’re super easy to apply and remove and you can even reuse them if you carefully remove the glue after you’ve removed them.
“Transform your eyes like a pro! The Ardell Duralash Individual Medium Black Multipack offers everything you need to add length and volume to your natural lashes, for a beautifully enhanced look. Instantly achieve a voluminous, flared finish and an amazing, wide-eyed appearance with these high quality, easy to use individual lashes.”
I’d love to know if you’ve ever tried FalseEyelashes.co.uk or Face.co.uk before?
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