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BEAUTY REVIEW | Lotus Lashes mink fur lashes

How do you glam up your everyday makeup? lipstick? a colour liner? or maybe a bright blush? For me i like to glam up my natural makeup looks with luxurious thick lashes. I love doing different makeup looks and going crazy when im at home but 90% of the time i just like to emphasis my natural features and Lotus lashes tick the perfectly square box.

The lovley people at Lotus lash sent me two eyelashes to review and try out and i have worn them and been converted to a Lotus lash lover ♥♥ to join the fan girling queue for Lotus lash click this LINK to purchase your very own lashes by using this 15% discount code !!!

ERM HELLO, i did just say 15%!
Use the code - LOVELOTUS

The other lashes i have which i will review are - HIGH VOLUME NO.18
The ones i am wearing in the photos are - MEDIUM VOLUME NO. 105

The lashes are so shiny and look so real they are 100% worth investing in as you can also wear them over 25 times!!

*** CRUELTY FREE  ***  

 Animal lovers

So happy that they are cruelty free!

The packaging is as glam as the lashes and has some helpful tips on how to look after your lashes. Even on the website it has a lot of tips and a FAQ page if you need more info about the lashes and techniques on how to apply them 

I hope the pictures show how well they blend in and just dont look fake at all! 

p.s. they are so easy to apply, maybe because they are lightweight.



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