Eylure Press & Go Lashes
I know… any excuse to get the fruity models out! I received a box of new lashes from Eylure a few days ago – they’re pre-glued so no faffing with lash glue and although I don’t really wear false lashes, I’ve had a couple of goes with them and – yes, pretty good. I know brands love a statistic so Eylure say that 70% of testers were able to keep the lashes on and in place for 15+ hours, and 82% for 12+ hours … but I keep thinking about the 30% that couldn’t hang on to them. That’s got to be awkward because I bet they don’t fall off in pairs. But, then, you never do quite know what the test circumstances were – you’re more likely to hang onto your lashes on a night in on the sofa than you are on a night out on the tiles, I’d imagine.
The first set shown is No.117 which are long and sweepy. I found them incredibly easy to apply – really just dot them in place and they kind of hug around the lid line.
Pear two (see what I did there) is No.101 for major volume. When I tested these out I found them distracting – all I can see is a big, black fringe round my eyes because they’re very dense. It’s not a natural look, that’s for sure, but all about the big, statement eyes I think.
This is set No.107 – more volume and more thickness and totally not right for me. You need all the smoky to surround these – I think they’re for Kardashalike Instagram selfies to be honest!
What I can definitely say is that they’re super simple to use and more importantly maybe, feel absolutely feather light – and if you’re used to using false lashes these are game changers in terms of ease. I’m looking forward to seeing reviews from more experienced lash users actually – don’t take my word on it because they’ve very much not my area of expertise. If you fancy a whirl, Superdrug has the exclusive on these HERE and they’re £4.95 a set (actually, I just checked and they’re on offer for £3.29 – at that price I’d say give them a go!). There are 8 sets, split into Natural, Lenghten, Texture and Volume.