In this post, I’m going to be reviewing lashes from Demure. Demure Lashes are sold at falseeyelashes.co.uk. About a month ago, I was sent an email asking if I could review the lashes on the blog, and I agreed. I am a lash enthusiast, and as far as I am concerned, lashes give life to any makeup look. Last year, I mastered the art of applying them and I wrote this post to share my pearls of wisdom with you all.
Life has been a little hectic lately so this review is a little later than originally planned but on the positive side, I have had over a month to familiarize myself with these lashes and to determine whether they are really worth splurging out on:
The first thing that caught my eye about these lashes were the following claims:
- High quality
- Cruelty free
- Easy to apply
I wore the Aubrey lashes every day for a week and I can honestly say that the quality is exceptional. Not a single strand of hair has come off which is amazing. The lash band is also very strong which helps with the application process. This isn’t a how-to post but I usually find that once the lash is positioned in the middle (on your lash line), they are more likely to stay put. Also, trying not to move the lash too much is also key. Moving it forcefully while it’s on the lash line won’t keep it there.
These lashes are very easy to apply. The adhesive I was sent is from Revlon and I was very impressed with the quality of the glue. My lashes stayed put all day. I also
Also, the adhesive dries to a clear finish, so you don’t have to worry if you put too much glue on the lash. I think the reason why the hair is such good quality is because it’s 100% premium human hair. They are also spaced out generously along the lash line, which gives a natural look. Another bonus is that they are cruelty free, which means that they haven’t been tested on animals at any point during the developmental process.
If you are looking for lashes that are good value for money, then I’d definitely recommend these ones. They are reusable. All you have to do is remove any extra glue around the band and you are good to go. You don’t even need mascara with these beauties because they have such a bold and dramatic style.
Do you wear false eyelashes or are you considering wearing them? What do you find challenging about putting them on? If applying false eyelashes is a breeze for you, then what tips would you offer to others who don’t find it easy?
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