I haven’t worn false eyelashes for a good few years. I don’t find they stay put for long enough generally, but I thought I would give them a second try. I popped into Debenhams on the way home from work and picked up the Nicola Roberts designed false lashes by Eylure. Out of the 5 Girls Aloud sets I opted for Nicola’s because it is the only set that the lashes really flick out at the corner of the eye. The others are all very heavy and quite thick, and I was hoping for something slightly more natural. I already have dark eyelashes so it was just a bit of extra enhancement I was after.false eyelashes make-up celebrityThe lashes were very easy to apply. I cut them down slightly to ensure a good fit along my lash line and with a few seconds holding them firm they were well stuck. I got lots of compliments on them too although people weren’t sure at first if they were fake, or my own eyelashes which is always a good sign. These are only £5 a set so well worth the money… I might try out some of the other Girls Aloud Lashes too. See the pics below…

False eyelash tips:

  • Remove from packaging carefully, sometimes they are glued to the backing board
  • Always cut the lashes down to fit your own eye
  • Apply your make-up before applying lashes and top up afterwards if needed
  • Use a liquid eyeliner on the top lids to cover up where the lashes have been stuck on