Sunday, 23 June 2013

Review: Luminous Change Lower Lashes


Remember a few posts back when I went to MCM Expo in London? Well I purchased a set of lashes from the lovely Tania of Pixie Bunny that I had been eying up for a while and promised that I'd do a review for her so... Here it is!

Before I go onto the review I would like to give you a little introduction of Pixie Bunny. As I have already said, it's owned by the lovely Tania (who has a blog here) and she sells a variety of products such as tights, bags, makeup, jewellery and - wait for it - false lashes!

Me & Tania at MCM Expo!

Anyway, the lashes I purchased were Luminous Change Lower Lashes. I've been searching for some lashes that were a cross between Princess Eye and Baby Eye (both by Diamond Lash) so when I clapped my eyes onto these babies I knew I had to get them.


Now I can't really judge on how well her postage was (i.e. how everything was kept in a box etc etc) as I had bought them from her stall, but she did pop it into a really cute pink bag alongside a sticker! So I guess I can give her a booming 5 stars because she didn't just stick it any old paper bag.

So, packaging 

Okay so now it's actually talking about how they felt when I wore them. When I peeled them off from the container I realised that they were actually longer than they first appeared, which is definitely a good thing because I was worried that these lashes would just disappear on camera. So I put them on and-

Well, all I can say is, do not underestimate their length.

Close up

Close up of both eyes

They were perfect length and design-wise! I fell in love and was literally babbling away to Tania on Facebook on how much I loved them. Another reason to show just how good they were was that today was supposed to be an extremely lazy day in a hoody, but... I dolled up! And it was all down to the lashes!


Later on I did realise that they kinda' went upwards, if that makes sense? I think this is a both good and bad thing; good because it means they don't look too dramatic, but bad because they might not look dramatic enough for heavy makeup. Won't know until you try though I guess!



Appearance 

Usability wise... They are pretty easy to use! The only thing I could say is that the lash line is quite thin but it doesn't look as fragile as Princess Eye by Diamond Lash... However, I'd still be extra careful with them when taking them off just in case.
Because of the thin, transparent lash line I found them really easy to adjust so that they curved nicely beneath my lower (natural) lash line.

Usability 


Overall 

I will give them an overall mark of 5 stars because they are one of the most beautiful lower lashes I've ever seen, coming up close behind (ooer) Baby Eye by Diamond Lash, and you know how much I love those lashes...

I guess that's all for now! Now why not be a good ol' chap and hop over to Pixie Bunny to purchase these gorgeous babies for yourself ;D

Will most likely make a post of my make and outfit etc next week ^^ Ta ta for now~





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