Have you ever tried a product just because everyone else was
raving about it and you wanted to know what all the hype was about?
As co-owner of FalseEyelashesSite.com and having worked with Elegant Lashes® for years, I take notice of what people buy, and the #220 lashes seem to be a pretty popular choice among makeup artists and non-professionals alike.
(Here’s what they look like, in case you were curious.)
I’ve personally never tried this style until earlier this year, because I prefer the more natural, I’m-not-wearing-fake-eyelashes look. And, to be honest, because the sharp pointy shape of the #220s were a little scary-looking. But hey, everyone else loves these, so why not jump on the bandwagon, right?
Now let me explain why I think people love these lashes, and why I, too, have become a fan:
- Apparently, this style looks great on everyone. It provides drama without being a drama queen. Even if you already have naturally long or full lashes, it still packs a punch because nobody is born with lashes that look like these.
- It’s versatile. Like I said, these falsies look completely different depending on how you apply them. They can look fluttery and pretty, or edgy and bold. Your call.
- Elegant Lashes #220 is a great alternative to MAC 7 Lash, which sells for $14 a pair. Given that MAC and Elegant Lashes have the same manufacturer and we don’t jack up our prices, it’s no wonder why makeup artists prefer to buy our #220 lashes instead. Shhh…
- These lashes are sturdy. FYI, ALL OF OUR FALSE EYELASHES ARE 100% REUSABLE. But the #220s are particularly durable and strong, which means they will last a very long time. I think I’ve worn my #220 Black false eyelashes 5 or 6 times now (which would be considered senior citizen in eyelash years), and they still look brand spankin’ new. *Love it.*
Remember when I made that nice little chart comparing similar-looking false eyelashes by different companies? Well, there’s even more to that:
The new Elegant Lashes #043 Black False Eyelash will feature a shape closely resembling everyone’s favorite #220s, but with a less-fanned-out edge and softer, fuller-looking spikes.
Excited? We are, too. 😀
Here’s one more photo, having nothing to do with false eyelashes, but I just thought it looked cool. Muharhar.
Thanks for reading! And we’d love to see how others look wearing the #220 lashes, so if you have photos, feel free to share on Facebook! 🙂