(Closed) Easiest/Cheapest False Lashes Out There? Help A Sista Out!

posted 5 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
738 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

I used revlon. They’re inexpensive (probably around $10), a lot come with the glue. You just put some glue on the lashes, and stick them on close to your lash base as possible. I then use mascara on top of them once they’re set to help blend them with my natural lashes and give them a little more oomph. I find a little eyeliner or dark shadow helps to hide any white glue marks that might show.

Post # 4
3 posts

Hey there! I have used a ton of different lashes and brands from MAC to red cherry. I like Ardell lashes (you can get them at Walmart). They are around $6 and made from human hair which are the most comfortable. In particular I like Ardell 102’s or 120’s. 102’s look kind of spikey but are actually quite natural. Always use Duo glue, it is easy to use, does not irritate the eyes and keeps the lashes on all night and is easy to remove.

Post # 5
3 posts

@MuskokaMakeupartistry:  You can get Duo glue at MAC counters or at Rexall. I think they may also have it at Walmart. Just remember when you apply the glue to the lash base to allow it to dry a bit for about 30 seconds (you can blow on it a bit) and that makes the glue tacky making application WAY easier.


Post # 6
2565 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

Ardell are highly recommended falsies.  I have tried full strip lashes and failed miserably every time, I am going to try individuals and see if they work better.

Post # 7
10453 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2014

Ardell Demi Wispies! You can get them at Walmart for like $10. 

Post # 9
8424 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2012

@mrs_pudding_pop:  I really love red cherry lashes! I had another bee tell me about them a while back and they are really cheap on ebay.

I ordered a lot of 5 pair/styles to experiment with them and I think it was like 12.00 for the whole lot which is really cheap. I have tried MAC, Ardell lashes and prefer the red cherry ones and they are way cheaper!

Post # 10
360 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Believe it or not Katy Perry has a line of lashes that are actually pretty good.  I wore some last weekend for my bacholorette and they held up great.  She has some that are more natural looking all the way to pretty outrageous.

Post # 13
7216 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2015

@mrs_pudding_pop:  I’ve used everything from ones you can find at the Japanese dollar store to MAC. I don’t think it really matters as long as the glue is good and you like the shape. 

The key is going to be practice. Put the glue on lightly and evenly. Let it sit for a minute to get less liquid and more tacky. Put it up against your eyelash line. I use my fingers and nails to squeeze it against my lash line so they are very very close. It’s weird at first but practice makes perfect. 

Post # 15
198 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

I mainly use Ardell (dramatic) and Revlon (natural), as they are very easy to find at any drugstore. I squeeze out some glue on some kleenex, run the lash line through lightly, let it get tacky for a minute, then apply using my fingers. Most MUAs will use a tweezer to apply, but I find my fingers have less chance of poking myself in the eye πŸ™‚

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