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CKY9 Avatar

I can’t speak for the makeup but Forever21’s Love & Beauty lashes are great–they’re affordable and they have a good variety of styles and lengths. I like lashes that are a bit longer at the outer corners and they have several in that style. Every now and then, Sephora lashes come down to about $3.00 and I’ve picked up some great ones! NYX and Red Cherry are also regulars in my stash.

Laura_Lou Avatar

I like the eylure ones. They sell them in practically every highstreet shop in the UK so they’re easily accessible. They’re reasonably priced and look pretty good too.

Michelle H. Avatar

I wore false eye lashes for the first time EVER on Halloween. I wanted something super cheap and I chose ELF Everyday False Eyelashes. Since I had never worn falsies before, I can’t say that they were the absolute BEST because I have nothing to compare them to. However, for $4, I got 2 pairs and they lasted all day! The only thing I didn’t like was the glue. I would have purchased a different glue. It was messy.

Elizabeth Avatar

E.L.F false lashes are pretty good depending on the look you want to go for. You can easily get three pairs for $3-$4 at Target or an outlet store. Usually if they’re too long, I’ll just cut them to the way I want the lashes to be. I would have to say that the glue in which comes with it doesn’t stay adhesive at all though. I’d recommend buying a different glue with a brush so it’d make applying easier to glide on.

dtan0914 Avatar

Japanese brands of falsies are the best! Lots of different styles and they all come in packs of 2, 3, 5, or even 10 pairs in a pack for around $10. My favorite brands are Diamond Lash, Fairy Lash, Decorative Eyelash (Playgirl Series), and Jewerich.


Try http://www.loveyelashes.com – you can get Red Cherry and Cherry Blossom, Ardell, eyLure, Katy Perry lashes as well as others starting at $1-$6.99. I tried their Kara brand which were only $1.49 each – #217’s and they are perfect for alot of my MUA jobs. And the shipping was cheap too. Definitely worth trying them out. I usually order from madamemadeleine – but saw this on a youtube video and decided to check it out. Cheaper shipping and some cheaper lash options available – all still being good quality.

Jaclynfig Avatar

I swear by my Ardell “Wispies!” I get compliments all the time about how natural they look! No lashes compare to these and they’re so affordable!

Janell S. Avatar

My personal favorite is 100% natural 3D Fiber Lashes that result in a 300% increase in volume and length of your OWN eye lashes naturally. Younique products are Organic, Hypoallergenic, Cruelty and Gluten Free..

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