|Would buy this product again.||71%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I only wear lashes for a night out but these ones are my favourites. They're much cheaper than MAC but work just as well. The adhesive is great and they don't poke in the corner and stay put all night!
Not so keen on the adhesive strip ones, find them a bit too fiddly. Much prefer the ones you use with adhesive.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Edit: if you're in canada i'd rec the Quo falsies instead of these. Only because the sturdiness is better, they can be good for more uses than the revlon ones. I think the price is the same.
Worst thing out of the way: very flimsy, even getting it off the plastic display thingy can damage them. Also, not good for many uses, because it starts too fray and look off.
The self-adhesive strips do nothing for me, i still use glue. These look soft and naturally lush. My fave is the "flirty" pair cuz they look very natural and aren't too long.
I don't wear falsies on a daily basis, in fact this is the first time in my life I can easily put them on myself and actually go out like that. So kudos to Revlon for making it easy. The designs are awesome. Would repurchase, pricey though, for something so flimsy and disposable from the drugstore.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I bought the self adhesive lashes. They went on incredibly easily and I was so excited that I didn't have to work hard at applying them as I have with others in the past. They came with an additional strip of adhesive but it is hard to reapply it. I expected them to last longer. While they are so easy to apply the first time around, I wish that I was able to get more uses out of them. At $6.99 a pop, I will only purchase them again if I cannot find a different brand that lasts longer.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I purchased these in Intensifying. They were easy to apply, but impossible to maintain. I used obscene amounts of glue to no avail. Every few blinks and one end or the other came loose. I've worn them a few times, but they'll probably sit in my makeup drawer only as a reminder to myself to not repurchase.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I bought the self adhesive eyelashes in Defining. The lashes looked beautiful in the package, and I was so excited about self adhesive lashes. I wear false eyelashes frequently, due to the fact that I lost my eyelashes when I was sick and they never grew back.
I opened the package and noticed that you get a couple of extra self adhesive glue strips. Keep in mind, the glue strip is so tiny, I'm still not sure how to apply it without completely messing it up. Next, I tried to remove the eyelashes very gently from the packaging. Without fail, the self adhesive glue came right off the eyelash, and it got all crumpled up and it was impossible to apply it to the eyelash. This was my first attempt with self adhesive lashes, and I couldn't believe the adhesive came off so easily.
At this point, I gave up and didn't even try the left lash. I have another pair in my makeup stock, and I will try them later. I do not believe I will be able to apply the new adhesive strip, and there are no instructions on how to do so. I am quite disappointed in this product. As much as I dislike to apply glue to false eyelashes (due to arthritis in my hands), I guess I will have to go back to them.
If anyone knows of another brand of relatively inexpensive self adhesive lashes, please send me a message...
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Black
These lashes are just as good as any high - end false lashes. I was browsing Sephora's falsies and they are about $15 a pair. These work just as well (applied with the glue) as expensive ones. I will admit the selve adhesive ones are a bit sketchy, but these work perfectly fine and make your eyes look great.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is not worth buying! I got the "flirty" and in the UK, it is actually quite pricey. The self-adhesive it comes with doesn't stick at all.. once you start blinking your eyes, the edges would begin lift off. So I didn't even manage to use it, since when first applied that's what happened, tried to re-stick some glue but it still wouldn't stick. I even bought a "duo adhesive" and that didn't work either. After that, the lashes have become out of shape and started looking tatty.
Definitely not worth buying, it's made of cheap stuff. Its a waste of money! I am yet to try MAC false lashes once, I saved up.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Medium, Cool Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I had never worn false lashes all day but these were amazing! I got the kind you can reuse with the glue. They went on easily, didn't have to trim them. They looked very natural. I got "long volumizing" ones. They didn't poke or come off at all. I wore them for 10hrs straight, no issues. Will continue to reuse and buy more :)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
I love the 99500 Intensifying version. The self-adhesive lashes are SO easy to apply. My package came with an extra self-adhesive strip, an eyelash applicator and a lash/brow comb and brush. I haven't used any of those tools yet , but I bet they'll come in handy later. I like the lash band on these because it is a little wider and thicker than the last brand I tried, so it's easier to apply. Plus, it literally gives an eye-opening effect: They push back the fold of my eyelids, so my eyes look wider. The eyelashes look real because they are tapered so thinly, but they still look dramatic because of the long length. I prefer these way more over Sonia Kashuk false eyelashes w/ glue. Although I liked those lashes, these look better and more natural. Plus, those lashes were tough to apply because the lash band is very thin (The inner corners of my eyelids require a stiffer/thicker band to push them back or else they'll swallow up the flimsy eyelash corners). I also suck at creating the smooth curve of the lash band with lash glue. So if you're trying false eyelashes for the first time, try the self-adhesive strip kind instead of the separate glue kind first.
I didn't test how long these lashes would last. The lash band is sticky, but not quite as tacky as lash glue. They probably won't last more than 1 or 2 uses, so apply eyeshadow primer first to keep oily eyelids at bay. I'll probably carry eyelash glue in my purse, just in case, whenever I wear these false eyelashes for more than a few hours.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I got these at Walgreens for my first time using fake eyelashes. I bought the one that are self-adhesive, I like the since it was easy to put on but it only last for a day.When you get a pair you get one adhesive strip already on the eyelashes and anextra one. One strip of adhesive only last one day for me. I will buy it again since they make my eyes look even bigger. I still have to get use to having them on because I touch my eyes a lot when i do.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I buy these in "Lush" and they are the best lashes I've ever had! They took some getting used to in terms of application, but I'll explain my method. These lashes come in four sections instead of being one strip, or individual lashes. I have been cutting my lashes in half for easier application for a while now, so I was happy to see a brand try this.
I love how these taper out so thin so that they have a more natural taper, like real hair, instead of just abruptly being cut off to a blunt tip. They aren't "natural" but I actually wear them everyday haha...
I apply Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Bourbon (dark brown) and smudge into a smokey line, then I line a little tighter with 24/7 liner in Zero (black) and lightly smudge that. I apply one coat of mascara (usually define a lash or rimmel sexy curves) and curl lashes, then apply two clusters side by side on the outer portion of my eyes, and then a third on top, centered where the previous two meet.
Sometimes if I want to make more natural lashes look dramatic, I apply the natural false lashes, adn then a cluster or two on the outside on top. I love layering lashes and these are great for that.
Oh, and I use Duo clear lash adhesive, apply a thin line making sure to grab the corners, and then wait a bit unti lthe glue is tacky before applying.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I'm going to do two reviews, this first one is for the self adhesive lashes. I bought these because they were 2 for £9 at asda, and the only option were asda's own brand.... I didn't fancy putting them near my eyes. So I got these, along with some glue on ones, which I shall review later when I get the courage to use.
So, the self adhesive strip, is VERY sticky to begin with, but the minute it's been stuck to something it very quickly begins to loose it's stickyness. I'll admit I only got 3 uses out of these, and even then it wasn't 3 whole days. I like the fact that they include a second set of sticky strips, which is a good idea. The lashes, once I finally got them applied (This was my first ever attempt at applying false lashed) did make my lashes look thicker and longer, and so long as I got them close to my lashline (it took a while) they did look natural.
My main gripe is the fact that after 1 use they started to look a bit untidy.
The main thing I really love about these was actually nothin to do with the lashes but with the 'eyelash applicator' that came with it. I didn't actually use this to apply my lashes, but if you type into youtube - business card trick mascara - you will see some videos about how to use a business card to apply mascara (sounds odd I know, watch a video and you'll understand) but any way, the applicator is the right size to use instead of a business card! So I'm keeping the applicator just for this!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Dark, Warm Hair: Black, Relaxed, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Um... I hated these pieces of junk. I bought these false lashes because I heard Olivia Palermo uses them. Doubtful. I had self adhesive version and while trying to work these on my lid all the stickiness and power of the "glue" vanished-- they were crap. I would rather spend 12-15 bucks at Sephora on the Make Up Forever reusable lashes. What's the point if you can only use these once? In my instance I could not even use them, the edges of the lashes kept sticking up. Since there are so many rave reviews -- Im going to say there could have been something off with my application technique, but I found this to be a cheap , cheapie , not worth it product.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
i really liked this lashes. made my eyes look really pretty for a night out. easy to use. and the glue that they came with worked very well.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I am rating the self adhesive lashes. The reason I wouldn't buy this again is the fact that for the price, they should be a little more stable. For $6 I was expecting about 5 uses out of them. They are very natural looking, flattering, easy to apply ONCE. WHen I purchase Ardell or Andrea for $2-3/pair, they have a thicker, stronger band that doesn't bend so easily. After 2 uses of the Revlon lashes, they looked nasty and smashed. Kinda like a dead spider. When I remove my other quality eyelashes, with the exception of the glue, they look nice still. Cleaned up and stored properly they should last a week or 7 uses. If you cared for the Revlon lashes well, you might get 3 wears out of them, but you would have to start applying that messy glue that Revlon doesn't include.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I bought the self-adhesive version. It came with a pair of lashes (Defining, 99501) that's already fitted with self-adhesive strips and an extra pair of self-adhesive strips. I assume after I run out of strips I could always just use glue. 99501 is a natural looking set that has long and thick fibers spaced out among short and thin fibers. The band is very soft and is fitted with a black adhesive strip that can be reused. The packaging is very elaborate but you get used to it. The quality is very good, I didn't see any messy fibers. Not a very long strip though, I recommend wearing these without cutting the ends.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
these are actually amazing.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I have tried many kinds of false eyelashes in the past, because I ADORE how they bring out my features in a way that mascara cannot. These are, without a doubt, the best and most natural looking falsies I have ever used. The first time I tried them, I had to use lash glue because I didn't get the hang of the applicator right away. Even so... they looked great, and I got compliments on my eyes all night! Now this is my must-have for a night out! My only gripe is that since I like to do the rest of my eye makeup before I put on the falsies, sometimes they don't stick the whole way. But these eyelashes are so fab that I don't mind putting on a little dab of glue where the adhesive strip lost its tackiness. Plus, you can't beat the price! Better than Shu or MAC and half as expensive.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
I will definitely be buying more of these!! I have these in #506 and they look SO naturally thick and long, really brings out my brown eyes, are self-adhesive and reusable since it comes with another replacement adhesive, a little tool to help stick the lashes on, and they are so easy to apply! I got them from a super nice swapper and I am going to wear them tonight to a New Year's Eve party! These are by far the best lashes I have tried so far! I love, love, love these lashes!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I love Revlon Fantasy Lengths Eyelashes! I like wearing false eyelashes for big nights out and special occasions, but I always struggled with the messiness of the glue used to apply Ardell and Andrea lashes. Revlon lashes are great because they already have a tiny, thin strip of sticky stuff on them, so no glue required. They last all night and are reuseable. At 5.99 per pair they are absolutely worth it. My favorite is #500.