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Lilly Lashes Review- Luxe, Monaco & Dalia Lashes

Dippalli Naik
ReallyRee Contributor

False eyelashes are one of my all time favourite beauty products! I never used to wear them, mainly out of ignorance as I had no clue how to apply them but once I learned how, there was no looking back! I now have a huge collection of them to choose from and they all have a different effect on the makeup look I want to create. Most of them are by the brand Eylure but I have also branched out into other brands to compare.

I heard about Lilly Lashes from a YouTube beauty Vlogger and ever since then I have been keen to test them. Lilly Lashes were created by Lilly Ghalichi and have become very popular with celebrities and YouTube makeup artists due to the variety of designs and the quality. Beauty Bay finally started stocking the brand so I have finally had the opportunity to try them and it was worth the wait! So far I have been able to test three different lash designs:

Lilly Lashes – Luxe Lashes

 

Lilly Lashes - Luxe

Lilly Lashes – Luxe

Lilly Lashes - Luxe

Out of the three lashes I tested, Luxe were the most natural looking with an emphasis on the outer corner and a wispy effect. They are strip lashes in Mink and should allow 10-12 wears. Find them here

Lilly Lashes – Luxe

 

Lilly Lashes-Monaco Lashes

 

Lilly Lashes - Monaco

Lilly Lashes – Monaco

Lilly Lashes - Monaco

The Monaco lashes were particularly curly and lengthy and slightly more structured and dense than Luxe. They are strip lashes in 3D Mink and should allow 20-25 wears. Find them here

Lilly Lashes - Monaco

Lilly Lashes – Monaco

Lilly Lashes- Monaco

 

Lilly Lashes- Dalia Lashes

 

Lilly Lashes- Dalia

Lilly Lashes- Dalia

Lilly Lashes- Dalia

Lilly Lashes- Dalia

Lilly Lashes- Dalia

The Dalia lashes were the fullest, very fluttery and perfect for a glamorous evening look. They are strip lashes but the band is invisible, made in 3D faux Mink, 100% vegan and should allow 15-20 wears. Find them here

Lilly Lashes- Dalia

Lilly Lashes- Dalia

Lilly Lashes- Dalia

Comparison – Luxe, Monaco & Dahlia

Lilly Lashes Comparison

Lashes Comparison

I wore each pair for a day and I have to say I was very impressed with all of them. They were very easy to apply compared to some false lashes I have used and once on they felt very comfortable for the whole day. I loved the feel of them, they blended well with my natural lashes and they each provided different results:

It would be hard to pick a favourite pair but I did love the look of Dalia when applied because it is double-layered and the fact they were faux Mink appealed to me as I am sure it would to many consumers. Overall, I loved all three designs and will happily buy more from the range. As with most false lashes, they did need to be trimmed to fit my eye shape but this was easy to resolve and I only needed to remove a tiny section from each.

If you like the look of these lashes and want to see more of the range, they are available to order online here. I’m sure you’ll love them as much as I do!

Dips xxx

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