Fleur De Force – Eyelure Lashes| Review

Fleur De Force – Eyelure Lashes | Review

False lashes have become a popular thing, they make your eyelashes look longer and thicker. Like many other people, I avoided lashes. The thought of applying them was stressful and I always thought when removing them it would take my own lashes with them! I finally picked up some a few months ago, I chose the Fleur De Force – Fleur loves ones as they are longer at the ends like my own lashes so I thought they would look natural.

I must admit trying to apply these for the first time was a little stressful but I found using tweezers to place them and push them into place helped a lot! (so did the many youtube videos on how to apply false lashes helped!) After practising a few times I felt like a pro! I instantly fell in love with how the lashes looked and finished my makeup look off perfectly.

Fleur Loves

Fleur loves’ is a cute and cool ¾ Lash. Designed to add fullness to the outer edge, the lash has a twisty, messed up look and is finished with stone-ground tapering on the lash tips. With gorgeous, soft-toned packaging designed to reflect an artistic watercolour brush; ‘Fleur Loves’ is the perfect reflection of Fleur’s Style and artistry.

These lashes are £5.45
You can find them online here or in boots stores.

Fleur and Fabulous

‘Fleur & fabulous’ is a seriously gorgeous criss-cross style lash with softly-tapered ends, perfect for any night out. With gorgeous, soft-toned packaging designed to reflect an artistic watercolour brush; ‘Fleur & Fabulous’ is the perfect reflection of Fleur’s Style and artistry

These lashes are £5.95
You can find them online here or in boots stores.

Fully Fleur

Fully Fleur’ is a full & fluttery lash with a kick-out corner and naturally-tapered ends, perfect from desk to dancefloor. 
 With gorgeous, soft-toned packaging designed to reflect an artistic watercolour brush; ‘Fleur & Fabulous’ is the perfect reflection of Fleur’s Style and artistry.

These lashes are £5.95
You can find them online here or in boots stores.

Petit Fleur

Petit Fleur’ is a sweet & subtle textured ¾ length lash with a light kick at the corner. The lash is designed to add a secret lift to your lashes and features softly-tapered tips. With gorgeous, soft-toned packaging designed to reflect an artistic watercolour brush; ‘Petit Fleur’ is the perfect reflection of Fleur’s Style and artistry.

These lashes are £5.45
You can find them here or in boots stores.

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These are the Fleur Loves lashes without any eyeliner, they make your lashes look so much longer and thicker. These are my favourite out of Fleurs collection.

Overall

Overall I find these lashes such good value for money, they are long-lasting and very durable.
I recently wore some for my works Christmas party and they lasted the whole night! this was without me having to reapply them throughout the night as some lashes start to lift at the ends and thank god I did not have to re apply them!

These lashes, and I have applied them all, are so easy to apply and are not stressful either. All lashes come with glue and instructions which are easy to follow and the glue is great and lasts a lot of applications.

I find the quality of all these lashes amazing as they do not have that cheap look to them and they blend in so well with your natural lashes that they look real and amazing!
My favouite is Fleur Loves as they are so natural and blend in with my natural lashes!

Finally, these lashes are amazing value for money, for the quality you get and the durability from these amazing lashes for under £6 and because boots normally have deals on you can get two for the price of one or buy one get one half price.

Fleur has many more in her collection which I am eager to try.

Have you tried any of these lashes?
What are your opinions on them?

Thanks for reading,
Katie x

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