For the past few weeks, I’ve become ridiculously lash-obsessed. During my quest for perfect fringe, I was introduced to a new line of false lashes, Faux, which has just launched an online website. Faux’s philosophy is to provide gorgeous, sexy, high quality, very affordable and green-conscious lashes.
These lashes are beautifully made. There are several different collections available. I received two options from their Luxe line, which have a criss-cross feathery effect. The ones above and below are Audrey ($16):
Liz tried on Audrey:
Because this was our first attempt to ever use a false lash, we were pleased to find these very flexible and easy to use (apologies, we cut Audrey a bit too short for our experiment, the actual lash is quite a bit longer). We used clear Duo glue (not included); for this experimental picture we did not add eyeliner yet. This is how the lash looks on the eye without any added mascara. We did give it a quick curl with a Shu Uemura curler before we took the picture. We both felt that Audrey gave a gorgeous look.
This is Sasha ($16), also from the Luxe line:
One more close-up of Sasha, which I think is just a gorgeous lash. We’re going to try these on next:
The third is from the Runway Collection, called Diamonds ($12), which are studded with tiny black diamante beads:
Serious party lashes:
Overall, Liz and I were very impressed with the high quality, affordable price and overall glamorous look of Faux lashes. The feel like very well-made lashes, easy to use and well-designed. We’re looking forward to playing more with them, but wanted to give you this preview in case you’d like to play too.
Here’s a tutorial to help you put them on:
We also found Lisa Eldridge’s tutorial helpful as well.
Disclosure: Faux Lashes sent these to Cafe Makeup without charge for review.