Kiss Lash Couture Naked Drama Lashes

With December being literally days away, it’s time to think about Christmas parties and festive glamour. Even if you’re more a ‘wear a Christmas jumper and leggings’ kind of girl, there’s always New Year’s Eve to think about, and false lashes just completes a glamorous makeup look in my opinion. I first tried Kiss lashes when I was new to wearing false lashes in my late teens, and I swore by their lashes attached to cotton as it made application so much easier. I really don’t think I would have mastered false lash application as quickly as I did, if it wasn’t for the Kiss lashes. Their lashes have come a long way since then, and I have two pairs from their Kiss Lash Couture Naked Drama collection to show you today. 

Kiss Lash Couture Naked Drama Lashes

The Kiss Lash Couture collection are their faux 3D mink style which are design to mimic the fluttery effect you get with mink lashes, minus the cruelty and excessive price tag of mink lashes. There are multiple ranges within the Lash Couture collection, and the two designs that I have are from the Kiss Lash Couture Naked Drama range which are available to purchase from Superdrug, and they’re £7.99 each.

Lash Couture Naked Drama Benefits:

  • Slim Cushion Flexi Band hugs your lashline for a contoured fit.
  • Split-Tip Technology for full fluffy volume that looks like real mink.
  • Adhesive sold separately.
  • Reusable & Contact Lens Friendly

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Naked Drama Lashes – Lacey

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Naked Drama Lashes – Chiffon

The Lacey style is described as having a fab fringe has medium volume and multi lengths, whilst Chiffon is described as being wispy with a feathery finish for big, beautiful eyes. Both sets of lashes have cushion flexi band with a seamless contour fit, so they feel lightweight on the eyes. Each set of lashes come with a small vial of the Kiss lash glue which is super effective, and easy to remove from the lashes in between wears.

I really like how different both lash styles are as Lacey is very much a more glamorous style and make a statement, whereas Chiffon is a little more natural and fluttery. They feel and wear like highend lashes, but for under £10 they really are amazing lashes and perfect for using throughout the party season.

I’d love to know which of the lash styles is your favourite?

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Gemma Etc. is a beauty and lifestyle blog featuring in-depth and honest product reviews, news and information on upcoming launches, offers and deals, unboxings, giveaways and more. Gemma Etc. was formerly known as Miss Makeup Magpie and rebranded as Gemma Etc. in April 2017. You can find out a little more about me by visiting my 'About' page in my Nav Bar.
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