|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Dark Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
These lashes are fantastic value. I brought them online (because we don't have elf stores in the uk) they were 50 % off, so even more of a bargain. I don't use the glue that it comes with, I normally use my duo lash glue, so I can't comment on the glue that it comes with. The lash seam is really thin, which I was really surprised about because cheaper lashes normally have a really horrible think seam. The lashes are dramatic, and if you look after them you could get a few wears out of them. I personally think there great value for money, and great for people who want to practise applying false lashes.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Because my own lashes are very thin, short, and sparse, I apply false lashes whenever I wear makeup.
This could have become very expensive had I not discovered the E.L.F. Dramatic Lash Kit. They may only cost $1.00, but once applied, they certainly don't LOOK like $1.00 lashes!
First, a comment on the name of the lashes - "Dramatic." They aren't. I know that's a bit subjective, but to me "dramatic" means extremely long and/or thick and/or spiky. These lashes are none of those things. (Note: I'm not opposed to any of those attributes, but they might be a bit much if I'm just stopping by the local farm stand to pick up a few ears of corn). The lashes are quite natural looking in density, length, and shape. I don't think they're much longer than what a person who has lashes of normal length might achieve with a lash lengthening mascara.
Second, like with most false lashes, the adhesive packaged with them is lousy. Throw it away, and use Duo Eyelash Adhesive, or, if latex bothers you, try Revlon Precision Lash Adhesive.
I like these lashes not only for how they look, but also because the band is thin, flexible, *and* durable. I usually get five or six wearings out of each pair. However, I am very careful to clean the lashes by removing any adhesive left on the band after each wearing, and I *never* apply waterproof mascara to them. I use E.L.F.'s Wet Gloss Lash & Brow Clear Mascara to blend my lashes with the false lashes - because it's not a waterproof formula I can easily remove it from the false lashes with a Q-tip dipped in water.
If you wear false lashes, give the E.L.F Dramatic Lash Kit a try. My local Target stocks them, and I usually pick up four or five boxes a month. They are also available on the E.L.F. website.
The only reason I did not give the E.L.F. Dramatic Lash Kit five lippies is because E.L.F. only manufactures these in black. I prefer black myself, but those who are pale blond with very light skin might prefer to purchase these in brown, if E.L.F. offered the lashes in that color.