I used to wear false eyelashes every single day in my early twenties and I recoil in horror looking back at the photos as the lashes available 8-10 years ago weren’t great. The lash bands were always thick and fiddly to apply, and it always looked as if I had slugs on my lashes. Luckily, lashes have come a long way since then and although I don’t wear lashes as often as I used to, I still love how a pair of false lashes can instantly transform a makeup look. My favourite false lash brand has always been Eylure as they’re so affordable, there’s an huge range of styles to choose from and you can find them in most supermarkets as well as the likes of Superdrug and Boots. Eylure have just launched the Eylure x Emma Willis False Eyelashes Collection, and it’s my favourite lash collection they’ve created so far…
The Eylure x Emma Willis False Eyelashes Collection features three different styles of lash which are £6.95 each, and the lashes are pretty unique compared to the other lash styles as each pack contains two different lash styles. Emma Willis wanted to create a range of lashes which offer easier application and are practically mistake proof. I’ve always loved Emma’s eye makeup looks, so a range of lashes definitely makes sense.
Sometimes you see celebrity beauty ranges which they’ve clearly put their name to, and it doesn’t always make sense but I love that Emma has done a lash collection and she looks gorgeous on the front of each box wearing each of the sets of lashes.
Eylure x Emma Willis False Eyelashes – Trix-A-Lashious
“Trix-a-Lashious is a subtle flared lash with a gorgeous kick; this pair of wild & wispy corner & accent lashes will elongate the eye and add lashings of fullness.“
Eylure x Emma Willis False Eyelashes – Insta-Belle
“Insta-Belle is a lovely set of light, fluttery accent & corner lashes that can be worn alone or layered-up for extra volume.”
Eylure x Emma Willis False Eyelashes – All The Aces
“All The Aces’ is a full & feathery set of gorgeous accent & corner lashes that will give you dreamy fullness worn alone or double the definition when layered together.“
I think it’s such an amazing idea to have both ‘accents’ and ‘corners’ within the same set of lashes which you can wear individually or combine depending on how dramatic you want your lashes to look. The lash bands on all three sets of lashes is one of the thinnest lash bands I’ve ever used, and it blends into the natural lashline amazingly well.
I particularly like that the lashes have gaps between each cluster of lashes so the lashline looks more natural and the lashes are all so soft and wispy. My favourite set from the three would have to be All The Aces but they’re all beautiful and the super fine lash band makes them incredibly easy to apply as it’s very bendy and malleable to fit the natural contours of your eyes.
I think £6.95 is a really great price considering you’re essentially getting two different sets of lashes, and I always find I can reuse my Eylure lashes for at least 10 uses by cleaning them after each use. The sets all contain a vial of lash adhesive but I have to use a latex free lash glue due to allergies, but as far as lash glues go, the one Eylure include isn’t bad at all and it’s quick drying too.
Which is your favourite set from the Eylure x Emma Willis False Eyelashes collection?
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