I used to swear by using Eylure Pre-Glued False Lashes throughout my late teens and early twenties and was really gutted when Eylure discontinued their pre-glued range. I’ve always been OK with applying lashes with a traditional lash glue but I just loved how convenient they were. Especially when going ‘out out’ straight from work as they took literally five seconds to apply so I’m delighted they’ve relaunched their pre-glued collection. The Eylure Pre-Glued False Lashes collection consists of six different lash styles, and are £5.95 a pair.
The boxes are super slimline compared to the typical Eylure rectangular boxes as there’s obviously no glue contained within the box. The boxes are all colour coded to match the different collections, and the edge of each box has a fab photo of the lashes on the eyes. I wish more brands included photos like this as it makes it easier to decide which lash style would suit you the best, especially when standing in a shop choosing your perfect lashes. Each pair of lashes claims to offer upto 15 hours of weartime, and take just 15 seconds to apply as well as being suitable for contact lens wearers.
I am so impressed with the quality of these lashes. I have tried some pre-glued lashes from other brands and they’ve almost disintegrated on removal, and there’s no way I could have ever reused them. These lashes all have either a clear band, or a very fine cotton band so they’re easy to apply and look amazingly natural on the eyes. They are also easy to gently peel from the plastic trays and place onto the lashes.
Obviously the first time you use the Eylure Pre-Glued False Lashes, they have glue already on them but if you carefully remove them you can reuse them by applying your own lash glue. If you’re a false lash newbie, pre-glued lashes are the perfect way to practice your lash application and see if you find them comfortable.
Alternatively they’re also great if you want to practice which lash style is the best for your eye shape or you’re allergic to traditional lash glue. I really hope Eylure introduce more lash styles as I’m a massive fan of their pre-glued range.
Have you ever tried any of the Eylure Pre-Glued False Lashes before?