[productsample] I was at an industry event last week (COPRA) that supports Look Good Feel Better. I was a guest of Skinbrands who distribute Revitalash (founded by a physician to help his wife with her hair loss following cancer treatment) and one of the things we were discussing is how difficult it is for anyone who has lost their lashes to use false lashes. I even said I couldn’t understand why nobody had addressed this properly because there must be a way. Turns out, there is!
There’s quite a story to it as well. Made by Eylure in conjunction with Codilia Gapare, the lashes feature an extra wide adhesive band to stick to lids. The problem with regular false lashes is that they need some support from existing lashes to stay in place – if you have no lashes there are adherence problems. Codilia was diagnosed with breast cancer herself in 2014 and had the idea for the lashes around that time. She took her idea to several brands, including Boots, who referred her on to Eylure. Luckily, Eylure saw the potential and they worked together until C Lash was perfected.
There are three style options – Natural, Volume (above) and Lengthening. The adhesive band is not only wider but softer and more flexible that you’ll find on regular lashes. What a great idea! And it’s sort of incredible that it’s taken this long and a someone going through the living experience to work out exactly what to do and how to do it. They’re affordable at £5.95 a pair and they come with gentle glue which helps them last longer. Obviously, these lashes will be perfect if you have naturally sparse lashes as well – and because the band is wide (and clear) and a bit better for anyone who struggles with the fine motor skills needed for regular lashes. You can find C Lash HERE.
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