Recently i've started wearing eyelashes more often and have been trying out a few different types. I used to stick to wearing lashes for a night out as I didn't want to look too overdone for a day time, however, I have discovered some really great subtle day time pairs. When picking eyelashes I tend to go for something that can add length and volume but not overly out there. I tend to stick to lashes around the  £5 price point since I can quite often ruin them on a night out or lose them when I take them off.


I spotted these when I was browsing the beauty department on Amazon one time and thought they were so affordable at around £10 for 4 pairs. The Ardell Demi Wispies are the perfect pair for me, whenever I buy other pairs of lashes I always have to trim them down but these were the perfect band width. The demi wispies are really great for a natural day time look, which add just the right amount of volume and length.


Eyelure were the first lashes I really started wearing since they were so readily available in Boots and Superdrug. They have an amazing range of lashes and some really great collaborations. The most recent one I've discovered is the House of Holland range, my favourites from the three pairs are the Ruffle* pair as again they are a great pair for daytime or nighttime. This pair have a really thin application strip which I love as I can barely feel them on and they don't feel heavy. These lashes are price at £5.95 much like the other Eyelure pairs and so are a great price, I have used these probably 3/4 times and they are still great to use.


I got this pair when I won a giveaway from Models Own (post here) after picking them for my wishlist. This is the Textured* pair is another great one for length and not too much volume, however, I did find this pair wouldn't sit properly on top of my own lashes. The false lashes were just way too curled in comparison to my lashes that are quite straight, I have tried using eyelash curlers before applying them and applying mascara to join my own lashes to the false ones but unfortunately they just didn't look right.


I spotted Threads lashes on Instagram and was keen to try out some of their lashes. I have the Charleston* pair and the Red Cherri* pair. The Charleston pair are a more subtle daytime pair which add a good amount of length, and the Red Cherri pair are quite a dramatic volumising pair. I did find these were lashes I needed to cut down as they were quite wide for my eyes but they applied well and didn't feel too heavy.

What are your favourite false eyelashes?



  1. I love the Ardell demi wispies, I have the same pack! The Models Own pair looks very lovely and natural too x

    Just Little Things

  2. I love falsies but tend to stick to Eylure - definitely need to try some more brands :)

    Claire | Vanity Claire xx

  3. I love the Eyelure lashes. Ive been wanting to try the ardell demi wispies though, they look like the perfect lash. X


  4. I struggle with false lashes but I definitely want to try a few more pairs and see if I can get them to work!! I need to pick up some Ardell lashes! <3 Lovely post

    Amelia | http://amelia-g.blogspot.com.au/

  5. I love false eye lashes for when I'm going out somewhere special, I feel so bare without them, I've heard really good things about Ardell lashes I'll have to try them!

    Lauren Ashleigh xx

  6. I've only just learnt how to put them on properly, so happy i can now though as i'm totally obsessed with them!!X

    Love this post may have to try the ardell ones!X


    Em X

  7. I seriously need to start trying false eyelashes!