For some reason, PrimaLash hadn't been detected by my Lash Obsesso Radar until they reached out to me recently. I'd not tried the brand before - even though they're stocked in some huge online retailers, including Beauty Bay ... and legit I'm questioning whether I need to revisit me pals at Specsavers ... as there is a HUGE PrimaLash bilboard advertisement literally right next to the office space I rent in town. And I still didn't clock.
Am I okAy?
ANYWAY - these catastrophic events aside, I have actually had the pleasure of getting acquainted with the brand now - so here's a little overview of the styles of lash I've tried from them & approximately 300,000 photos so you guys can have a good perve too.
PrimaLash were founded in 2013 & have quickly shot up to become one of the UK's largest independent lash brands. Evidently I've been wandering round with my eyes closed. Their range of products cater for every need - and every budget; ranging from approx £4.99 a pair. You can shop the full collection in their online false eyelashes store. Spanning from top quality human hair lashes to ded high-end, lux vegan lashes; our baes at PrimaLash deliver.
They've actually started selling makeup, pigments and makeup brushes too - which is a v.v.v exciting development; especially for an actual beauty junkie like myself. Plus the fact that they look well fit.
The three sets of lashes I was very kindly sent, and have made this post into an ode dedicated to, were the PrimaLash Professional Dainty Multi Layer Strip Lashes in style #D10*, the PrimaLash Express Mink 3D Strip Lashes in style #Naughty* and the PrimaLash Velvet Lashes in style #Paloma*.
Adhesive isn't included with the lashes, but you can pick up tubes of glue for ded cheap all over the place these days; so I don't see this as an issue personally. It's nice when sets come with everything included; but I usually use my own glue anyway - I think most people who use falsies regularly have their preferred products.
PrimaLash's new Dainty Collection are professional quality; handmade using fluffy 3D fibres. #D10 are a proper fluffy and lightweight style; lashes I'll wear for a casual, fluttery look during the daytime. Because of course, I wear lashes every-single-day and I have different criteria for day & night falsies 🙋
Their Express Mink Collection lashes are again; handmade with soft & durable fibres for a 3D finish - as you can really see with these amazing #Naughty falsies. They're crafted using cruelty-free mink fur; with the hair being naturally tapered to resemble your own lashes.
I love the chunky, fluffy & dramatic finish to this style - they're my ideal night out [we're talking out-out] lash style, which I've been saving for a sesh on the town with the gals.
Finally, let's just take a minute to admire the ACTUAL BEAUTY of these beautifully fluffy, soft Velvet Lashes in style #Paloma. I love their flicky ends & how natural the finish is. The Velvet Range are 3D faux mink lashes; that're totes vegan friendly, made with top quality synthetic fibres.
I'm a little bit lot in love.
I've been really impressed with what I've tried from PrimaLash so far - I'll definitely be keen to try out more of their range moving forward. There's a few styles which look right up my [proverbial] street. They're affordable, offer cruelty-free & vegan options, come in a HUGE variety of styles AND are bloody beautiful; meaning they tick all the right boxes for me, huns! ✓
Have you tried anything from PrimaLash before? What's your go-to lash style?
*This post contains items I was gifted for the purpose of review, but all opinions are totes legit & my own
**As with all posts on this blog, affiliate links may be used. Please see my Disclaimer for more about what this means, if you're arsed hun xo
Article Source: Love Laughs Lipstick