Vance Ernest19790614 California female
I was born and raised in New York City. Growing up in the middle of all the hustle and bustle, I was surrounded by many creative types and so much art. When I began going to school, I discovered my passion for beauty and makeup. Later on, this deep interest transformed into a love for false eyelashes (falsies) and lash products specifically. I work in the beauty industry and the reason why I love writing about cosmetic brands so much, is because I want the world to have an honest glimpse into what’s available, so they can skip making the mistakes I made when I first developed my interest in cosmetics. I have more than 9 years of experience and I’ve thoroughly done my research on many false eyelash brands and products. I love being able to offer a source of clear information for the readers of Alleyelashes, where I regularly blog about a large variety of eyelash related topics and cover the top brands in beauty.
The Magefy Eyelashes Full Review [2019 Update]
The Magefy official store is on Amazon. Amazon is a corporation that went public way back in 1997 and now has grown into a multi-billion dollar online marketplace, selling products of all price ranges. The Magefy eyelashes are some of the cheapest that you will find not only on Amazon but also all over the internet.
The Lena Lashes Full Review [2019 Update]
Whether you are a girly girl or not, it is hard to say no to a fabulous pair of lashes! The benefits of wearing false eyelashes are pretty exhaustive, which is probably why the falsies industry has shot up in popularity over recent years, with more of us than ever dying to get our hands on some fluttery additions!
One brand that is killing the lashes game is Lena Lashes. Based in Louisiana, this U.S. brand seems to understand how difficult it can be to find that perfect pair of lashes, so they offer a wide variety of premium options to cover all the bases. Having more recently branched out into other cosmetic areas, their website has started to offer a couple of other products such as liquid lipsticks, highlighters, and brow kits.
Lena Lashes do a range of both synthetic and mink lashes, so for those of you who want to stick to an all cruelty-free brand, this may not be the one for you. However, the website does state that their mink lashes are free from dyes and that no harm is imposed on the animals, so it comes down to customer preference.
The Davocy Lashes Full Review [2019 Update]
Struggling to find affordable yet good quality eyelashes? Davocy has got you covered. Whether you are a fan of mink or synthetic materials, you will find both featured on their product list. They use 100% Siberian mink hair in their leading range of eyelashes, all of which have been handmade by their professionals to create an ultra-soft texture. But if mink is not for you, they also sell a multi-pack of synthetic lashes which have been created using high-quality South Korean fibers.
Their low prices make them a great purchase for those of us on a budget and those who are new to the world of false eyelashes, but where can you buy them?