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Wouldn't my new lashes look amazing with mascara on? 3 reasons why they won't....

Updated: Apr 18, 2020

Let us set the scene......

You're going to a special event which you have been looking forward to for a very long time. You've got a new outfit, new shoes and a shiny new pair of #eyelashes to finish off your look. How exciting, all set!

Ok so you have finished applying your #makeup and its now time for the #lash application. Phew..lashes on and set in place, now wouldn't they look amazing with a touch of mascara?

Here are 3 reasons why they won't...

1. They are not designed to hold mascara

#Falselashes are designed to enhance your eyes, they are not designed to hold mascara. If mascara is applied it can very easily damage the false lash leaving it unusable. If you must use mascara it is best to use it on your natural lashes before applying your set of lashes.

2. Mascara can be impossible to remove from false lashes

Trying to remove mascara without damaging your new false eyelashes is almost impossible. I advise not to get your new lashes wet as it can distort the appearance of the hairs. This is irreversible, the only solution if this were to occur would be to buy a new set of lashes.

3. They look beautiful on their own

Our #lashes are carefully handcrafted in an array of designs so you can choose anything from a minimal look right through to a glamorous look. They have been created so you don't need to wear mascara, just wearing them alone is enough to achieve your desired look.

Again, some would argue against this, and that is fine. If you enjoy applying mascara to your false lashes then continue to do so but in our experience the lashes do all the talking, no accessories needed.

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I hope you've enjoyed this blog


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