Post # 17
@petalpetal: Yes they were eyelash extensions – they cost £55 ($88) and they were worth every penny! I think its 5 weeks since they were done and as I said they’ve only just started falling out in the last week/10 days. It also means when I have them done for my wedding (28th Dec) they’ll last for NYE and our mini-moon.
Post # 18
This is the best picture I can find with my false eyelashes on.
Post # 20
I loved the way they looked, absolutely HATED wearing them. I could see them on me, they felt really weird. Luckily I had my MUA to apply them, I could never have done it myself. I missed that day in Girl School. I missed all the days in Girl School.
Post # 21
I am 100% for fake lashes. It always bums me out when I see girls who’ve had professional makeup, and don’t bother with lashes because I find most of the time it ends up looking unfinished with out them. Unless you were born with amazing long thick lashes, I’d go with fake.. and even then I’ve seen lots of brides with long thick ones get fake ones anyways for extra effect.
Post # 23
During my hair trial, my stylist suggested them. It had t even crossed my mind. I did trial them just to get used to it! I went with the more “dramatic” ones, and even then, I don’t think they were over the top.
Post # 24
Wore false lashes as well. Had never worn them before my makeup trial and my wedding day
Post # 25
- Wedding: August 2012 - Iowa
I never wear and had never worn false eyelashes before the wedding activities…
I bought a set for the shower/bach party and they were too much, so bought a smaller, more natural looking set for the wedding and loved them. Definetly try them out first but I’d use them!
Post # 26
@lindseyl06: Are you in a bathtub? That is cool I have never seen that before Had you seen photos like that before you posed? Was it your idea or photog?
Post # 27
@lena_k_29: Yes its typically done around here only the girls usually are more relaxed with their feet hanging out of the tub (they’re usually wearing cowboy boots!)
Post # 29
Make sure you use individual lashes, not the strips. The strips look obvious where as the individuals look more natural. I would go to Sephora next time you have an event, and make an appt to get your makeup done. You’ll need to spend $50 in makeup (but hey – just buy stuff you need, or gifts for people) and theyll do a full make up look on you AND you can have them apply false eyelashes (buy the makeup forever ones, they are awesome).
Post # 30
- Wedding: July 2014 - Prague
Has anyone who used the individual false lashes successfully done them on their own?