Post # 1
Not really lol but oh man were they annoying! I got some lashes put in for about $35 for my e-pics since I was considering having them for the wedding but I wanted to see how they looked in pictures first. I won’t get the pictures for another 3 weeks boo 🙁 but now I am freaking out that they will look super fake in the pictures! Did any of you ladies put on fake lashes for your wedding/e-pics? How did they photograph?
Post # 3
I wear fake lashes often – they look amazing in pics! I just put them on myself. Ardell. Love.
Post # 4
I seriously <3 me some Ardell. They are the best! I buy the ‘individual’ little sprays of lashes and use a glue that is iridescent until dry. Very simple to put on – Maybe I should make a YouTube tutorial?!
Post # 5
My make up girl said to get Ardell 56 for the wedding.
Post # 6
I used them for e-pics and on my wedding day. I don’t wear them on a regular basis, so they felt weird for a little while, but I got used to it pretty fast. They look really great in photographs… really made my eyes “pop”! 🙂
Post # 7
Anyone willing to share pictures? 🙂
Post # 8
They look GREAT in pictures!!! As a bride who used then and a photographer who wishes more girls wore them, trust me, you’ll be happy you used them on your big day.
Here are some of my pictures from my wedding…
Post # 9
i looove my lashes – i wear them every day since i dont have lashes of my own. heres one of my engagement pics:
Post # 10
I used them at my makeup trial and I looooooved them. I have some lashes but I liked the boost they gave me (I did the little individual ones). I wore them the whole rest of the day and didn’t have any issues with them coming off or anything like that. In fact, when I went to take them off before bed that night they were still solidly on there and I was yanking them off.
Post # 11
I have never worn them before but loved them.
Maybe you should talk to your MUA or another MUA about the application of them. When I went for my trail she just used a little bit of glue so they wouldn’t come off so easily but for the day of she used a lot of glue and they were so much more comfortable and stayed on much better (obviously).
Post # 12
As long as they are applied correctly, you won’t even feel them.
I have a lot of issues with my eyes – I have to wear hard contact lenses so I am very careful about what type of eye makeup, etc since once my eyes get irritated, I have to take out my contacts and I don’t have any glasses (they don’t correct my vision). Ardell doesn’t cause me any problems and I even wear the full strips of lashes. If yours bother you, they most likely were not applied correctly.
Post # 13
I got eyelash extensions for my wedding, and I loved how they looked. I don’t have pro pictures back yet, but in the ones I saw that my friends took, they looked great. The only sad thing was they were supposed to last 7-10 days and they started coming out the next day. Then I had to remove all of them because there was a big gap.