Eylure House of Holland Fluff Lashes
Eylure House of Holland Fluff Lashes

The fruities are back! Sad to say that Eylure very kindly sent me an entire catwalk of fruity models – look away now if you’re sensitive – all of which, bar the pineapple – have been blended into delicious smoothies. I know and I’m sorry. However, I’ve managed to scrape together a selection of models to show you the Eylure House of Holland Fluff Lashes collection. It’s a really weird thing, but I keep crossing paths with Henry Holland – he was one of the very first people I ever followed on Twitter, and subsequently I’ve seen and met him at several launches, most recently a month ago at MAC. I remember exactly his tweet, “And that’s why I never go to the doctor,” which said so much about how I feel about going to the doctor in only a few words!

Eylure House of Holland Fluff Lashes
Eylure House of Holland Fluff Lashes

So, Orange is wearing Ruffle with an individual lash effect,  Lemon is wearing Buff with a crosshatch for extra full looking lashes, and Pineapple is wearing Luffly with a taper tip and layered effect. None of the sets are crazy thick or long so these are good starter lashes I think – I’ve been seeing some very extravagant lashes lately and while I get it that it’s a ‘look’, when they’re so heavy that the glue can’t even hold them and they’re peeling off at the corners, then it’s not a look for me! I’d definitely wear the cross hatch pair although I still can’t shake the feeling that I’d lose one, never know and look odd for the day. I also get a big craving to peel them off – I took out my contact lenses at the station a few months ago because they’d been in all day and I’d had enough and in a rare litterbug moment flicked them onto the tracks only for one to attach itself to a passing man’s jeans. That could happen with lashes, I’m sure of it.

The Eylure House of Holland Fluff Lashes are £5.95 and available now HERE.

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