I have to confess that I adore insta-makeup. I like those unwearable makeup looks that some create. And I noticed that almost every beauty blogger finishes her look with the Huda Beauty Faux Lashes. I became curious why they all use them. And why any makeup look turns fantastic once these lashes are on.
The factor that stopped me from purchasing was the price of $30. Well, this is almost the price of the Lime Crime eyeshadow palette. And then I started to look for them being discounted and finally found these.
There wasn’t a great choice, as only Farah #12 was in stock.
I’m not a newbie when it come to false lash application, as I can glue them right even when I’m half asleep at 6 o’clock in the morning and it absolutely doesn’t matter what shape, size or material that the falsies are made of.
My problem is that I didn’t read the information about these lashes. I thought that there can’t be any problems with them, since they are from Huda.
And now I can see why all the insta-girls that wear these falsies only wear them with black eyeliner. The band of the lashes is totally black and definitely stands out.
But the most disappointing factor for me was that the lashes were synthetic. They claim the hairs resemble mink fur. But they are thick and shiny which totally shows that the lashes are faux.
The first use was fatal.
The lashes were so heavy that I couldn’t place them right. When I eventually managed to glue them, they were long enough to get to my eyebrows. My fault, I ordered the wrong item.
I expected a “drama” effect from them, though I was still waiting for a hint of a natural looking effect.
These lashes are heavy and I feel it wearing them.
The glue is also difficult to take off from the band because of those knots where it stuck.
These lashes didn’t live up to my expectations. I presume for the price they cost, it’ll be better to buy natural hair false eyelashes or one of my favorites by Ardell.