Best False Eyelashes

What are the best False Eyelashes that you've tried?

Since I don’t really wear them, take my recs with a grain of salt: Revlon False Eyelashes, Urban Decay False Eyelashes, MAC False Eyelashes, and Sugarpill False Eyelashes.

— Christine

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I love MAC false eyelashes the best. Dollywink and Huda Beauty Faux Mink make really incredible looking over the top lashes, but they’re usually too overpowering in a look for me. MAC ones come in a lot of elegant and bold varieties and are flexible and comfortable. I often lose lashes too, so I have plenty of those cheapo drug store kind. They are really stiff, which makes them less likely to stay put and less comfortable.

I wore false lashes a lot leading up to my wedding… the best ones I tried were from Mac, but I don’t remember what style they were. I wear glasses day to day, so falsies just aren’t practical for me. Also, they make my eye shape look weird, lol.

Haven’t used them in several decades, so I have no clue! Although I did have to wear a wispy on one lid for just over a month roughly 40 years ago because I accidentally shaved my lashes off on one lid….

Oh, there is….
Back in the mid 70’s my friends were telling me that they no longer tweezed their brows, but instead shaved them. So one day, I took my electric shaver and figured that would shape my brows safer than a razor. It did. BUT as I went across, it also obliterated my upper lashes on that first eye!!! Lost the tips of my lashes down to about a quarter of my length left. I was SO embarrassed! So I went and asked my Mom for falsies, which at first she wasn’t going to do, saying that I needed to live with my stupidity for even trying that….then I kinda *took* her pair, at which point she bought me my own wispies.

Not longer, but that eye has always had fuller lashes than my other? Not sure whether my unfortunate incident played a role or not. But I wouldn’t advise anyone to cut their lashes!
It actually took months to have lashes on that side. Embarrassing!

Eyelure and Kiss Feather Weights.

Let me tell you, I’ve tried expensive to cheap and then some but when I found Eyelure (target, walgreens, and Ulta) it was like a god send. I have short lashes and they are really curly so the drastic fake ones don’t do me any justice (plus the big flashy ones itch my lash line) enter Eyelure, they are so light that you can barely feel them on AND reusable enough for quite a while plus the glue they have is spectacular – I don’t itch and it comes off gently. Their variety is nice, overall I love the nice, light feel to them. Kiss would be my next runner up as they feel as comfortable as the Eyelures.

I also like Eyelure and Kiss. I rarely buy more expensive ones, though I have a few, but these lighweight cheaper ones are so good.

Ohh, I’ve been waiting for this question. My daughter is a dancer and lashes are pretty common for stage performances. I bought some to test on myself and try to get the hang of it so that I’ll be ready for recitals, it was a massive fail, the glue caused all sorts of problems. I don’t remember what I have as the whole experience was discouraging and I kinda abandoned the idea but I know I need to figure it out so I am hoping to get some ideas from the responses!

Ardell Accent Lashes are, hands down, my favorite. For full strip, I really like their Demi Wispies, but I find that half-sets are far more comfortable to wear — Enough that it bypasses my Sensory Processing Disorder. 318 is similar to their wispies, but their 301 is even more natural-looking.

I’m not much of a lash wearer, but I do like the Kiss Look So Natural lashes – they’re lightweight and easier to apply than most others that I’ve tried.

I rarely wear false lashes and think my best results have come from consistently using lash Serum and Marc Jacobs velvet noir mascara. That being said, I would pick House of Lashes as a fav since they do have a great set of mini lashes for peeps with smaller eyes. I don’t have to cut off half the lash length which feels criminal when you are spending for a quality lash. Siren and Iconic are my favs. Ardell make perfect demis..those half lashes work well to pick up outer corner; particularly worn slightly above natural lash line if your eye corners turn down. Just fill in with black liner.

Inky Minkee by Zabrena in Tango Flirt. Cruelty free mink lashes. Usable anout 20-25 times. I love them and wear them on most Saturday nights. Makes me feel more glam.

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