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High Drama

August 20th, 2020

August 20th, 2020

The trend for massive lashes that started on the catwalk and continued at the Met Gala last year hasn’t shown any sign of abating.  The sky-high styles that graced the faces of Lady Gaga, Gigi Hadid and were used by Pat McGrath for Valentino have been translated into more wearable versions.  We share a few of our favourites.

 

Uoma Beauty Black Magic Carnival Bahia Lashes (£28) These extreme triple-layer cat-eye lashes with 3D colour will add a bold statement to your look.  Crafted with a blend of blue, green and black hues, with glittering diamante gems they’re packed with volume and can be worn up to 25 times.  The pack contains two pairs, but glue is not included.  Available from selfridges.

Huda Beauty Lottie Lashes (£23) The queen of the false lash, Huda Kattan really delivers with this impactful design.  The first of Huda Beauty’s bestselling lashes to be crafted from silk fibres, these glamourous lashes have been created in collaboration with Instagram star, Lottie Tomlinson.  Triple-stacked for extra ‘oomph’, they’ve been cleverly designed to give gorgeous length and volume.   Lash glue not included.  Available from cultbeauty.

 

Morphe Premium Lashes – Yaas Queen (£12)  Made with synthetic fibres and a nylon band, you can get 10-15 uses from this pair of voluminous, crisscrossed lashes. Long length can be customised to fit precisely.  Handmade and vegan.  Available from morphe.

 

Pinky Goat Farah (£9.99)  Worn by the likes of Rita Ora, these silk strip lashes will stand up to the sweatiest of summer festivals.  The extra-thin base makes them easy to fit around your natural eye shape, and the tapered fibre ends ensure a soft, flattering finish.  Lightweight and reusable.  Adhesive sold separately.  Available from superdrug.

 

Ardell  Magnetic Liner & Lash Kits (£17.99) include waterproof, long-lasting and latex free magnetic liner and full volume lashes.  The lashes stay put until you remove them; clean the magnets to reuse.  Lashes and liner can also be bought separately.  Available from superdrug.

 

Eyelash Emporium Pro  Express Yourself (£8.95) strip lashes range support PRIDE 2020.  The faux mink 3D layered lashes are their biggest, boldest, baddest lash yet.  They can be reused up to 20 times.   The brand will also be donating 10% of the profits of all sales to the LGBT Foundation.  Adhesive not included.  Available exclusively at superdrug.

 

Sweed Pro Lashes Boo 3D (£17)  Created by Stockholm-based make-up artist Gabriella Elio, Sweed lashes are designed to blend seamlessly with your natural ones: the brand’s signature styles come in three shade variations to ensure all skin tones are covered.  This style offers maximum fullness and graduated length; a must-have if you’re looking for a textured yet full lash.  Available from falseeyelashes.co.uk.

 

Kryolan Showgirl SG-2 (£9.50) are the perfect lashes for birds of paradise.  Deep black tips contrast with bright pink lashes.  Three extra-long feathers make the difference.  100% handmade with synthethic hair, diagonal knotted and up to 40mm long.  Available from kryolan.

 

We Are Faux Rosebud (£10) are perfect for channeling your inner Gaga.  There is definitely nothing subtle about these spiky navy and green layered lashes with long wings.  Diamante crystals decorate the gold-toned band.  Perfect for after dark drama.  Handmade from synthetic fibres and can be reused.  Available from wearefaux.

 

Tarte Cosmetics Tarteist Pro Cruelty Free Lashes (£14) these vegan, latex-free lashes have lashings of glitter to ensure you sparkle after-dark.  Boosting volume and length with a thin, clear band that disappears into the lashline.  Ultra-black, lightweight and reusable.  Adhesive sold separately.  Available from tartecosmetics.

 

 

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