This will just be a quickie little photo review of a style that I recently tried on: Elegant Lashes #030 Black.
I put this photo up on our Facebook page a while ago, and people seemed to like this big, long false eyelash. I admit, yes, bigger, thicker lashes look better in photos, and especially on stage. The #030 Black false eyelash is definitely something that I would recommend for dancers, cheerleaders, nightlife, and stage costumes.
In the packaging, Elegant Lashes® #030 Black False Eyelashes look a little something like this:
And on a person (or at least, on my eyes), it looks like this:
I usually don’t go for lashes this big (except for Halloween), and you can tell from the photo above that this style is pretty long for me. But I realized something. You can call it somewhat of an epiphany: If a pair of false eyelashes is too long, just wear more makeup! Haha! Ridiculous, I know, and it sounds like completely useless advice, but it is my honest, serious answer to that burning question, “What do I do if a fake eyelash is too long for me?”
Trust me when I say that louder makeup helps make large lashes more wearable. I could never get away with wearing this eyelash if it wasn’t for all that dark black tightlining and green eyeshadow. Big lashes just make more sense on more made-up eyes. Natural/shorter lashes are more suited for natural/neutral makeup. Makes sense, right?
If you like the way this looks and want to try out Elegant Lashes #030 False Eyelashes for yourself (they come in black AND brown), click here to get your own pair!
Let me know what you think about this style and if you’re more of a big lash type or a natural lash type.
P.S. Like the photos? You can always pin it using the handy dandy button right there… 😉