Saturday, 27 December 2014
Tanya Burr Everyday Flutter false lashes review
My experience with false lashes is minimal. The I've used 3 pairs so far, two of which were Korean and now I've added a pair by Tanya Burr to my tiny collection.
There are a couple of styles in her range and I've chosen those which seemed the easiest to apply for beginners and they seemed the most casual of them all. I hoped Everyday Flutter lashes wouldn't make me look like an ageing drag queen. They are the half lashes that go into the outer corner of the eye and the problem is that they're pretty long and don't blend all that well with my natural lashes which I've never thought to be particularly short. I'm not a massive fan of that look and I'm considering trimming thm a bit.
But apart from that I must admit that they're the most comfy lashes I've worn so far. As I've said I've no experience and the Korean ones I've got are my only reference and now I know how big a difference in the comfort of wear can be. You can actually forget you're wearing Tanya Burr's lashes. They're soft, flexible and lightweight.
The only thing I didn't like about Tanya Burr's lashes is that the strip they're attached to is white, which was very hard to conceal and looked very noticeable.