I see a lot of lashes and don’t often come across a pair that make me think, ‘ooh… I need to try these’. But the Fully Fleur set had me at hello and I am very rarely tempted to lash up with falsies.
Fully Fleur are the longer ones; Petit Fleur are the shorter, fuller pair. What I love about Fully is that they’re not super-fat, they’ve got a beautiful curl and they’re fine-haired. Kind of the lashes we all wish we’d been born with. I see the use for Petit for fluffing out day lashes and making them look fuller but the real temptation lies with Fully.
As per, I’ve got my fruity models out (no selfies on this site!) so you can see they’re glossy, long and sweepy. If you don’t have the knack for false lashes (like me), these are soft on the bend so they fit the lashline very nicely and neatly. It doesn’t necessarily make it any easier, but the flexibility is helpful. For naturally shorter lashes, Petit Fleur gives them a boost without making them look ‘false’ because sometimes that big swoop of lash just doesn’t work for everyone. I’ve never looked closely at the Fleur de Force Eylure Lashes before (although I’m pretty sure I featured some a while ago), but the collection is shaping up well – it looks and feels like it’s been edited by someone who really understands lash woes. Anyway, they’re a decent price (I think) at £5.95 a pair HERE (Petit Fleur lashes are £5.25).
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