Ardell Natural Lash 110 and Babies try on

I have no eyelashes. Does this sound familiar?

I had my challenging moments picking out false lashes that had a “no falsies eye makeup look”. I wanted to test out Ardell’s natural lash to see if I could rock this trend.

The material had an elastic band that was transparent to mimic the natural eyelash effect. The whispies were made out of plastic. I have hooded eyelids.

The item claims to enhance your eyes for an everyday look. These are the most popular lashes as they give the desired, natural look of full, beautiful lashes. Lightweight and reusable, these lashes are permanently curled, waterproof, comfortable to wear and easy to apply.

Try on:

I applied the lashes with duo transparent adhesive glue and it held on pretty well. I had to trim the falsies since it  was a bit longer for my eye shape. I did not apply any eye make up in the photo. Don’t mind my creepy stare I had to snap a pic. =)

PROs:

  • easy to apply and remove
  • not heavy on the lids
  • natural looking effect on the eyes
  • affordable

CONs:

  • hairlike strands
  • made out of plastic

 

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4 thoughts on “Ardell Natural Lash 110 and Babies try on

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