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BEAUTYCROWD Absolute fabulashes

Something i am always delighted about is when i come across a pair of lashes that
are comfortable and natural looking! So when i got to review these Absolute fabulashes from BeautyCrowd.com i was a little aprehensive as to what i might recieve. It has nothing to do with brand, as even some well known brands have products that are not all that, i just tend to have a little anxiety with lashes as i have come across many many uncomfortable pairs!

Just know you have complete faith in my review in being honest!

I was to my shock so suprised by these lashes, the best kind of suprise! They have human hair so they don't look or feel like plastic at all and my favourite part of them....the invisiband!! If i could compare them to any other eyelashes, it would be the Ardell Demi Wispies which have the invisible band  also (& my fave lashes ever!!!)









The AEL25 pair are natural looking and created 
a great amount of thickness which is what i always 
try to acheieve in my look.
 Like the eyelashes of Audrey Hepburn ♥_♥ my dream woman.



&

The AEL27 are similar but i feel they create 
some length aswell as thickness
 as they have a slight flick on the outer ends.

They stuck down so perfectly and l
asted all day long! They are not overly expensive at
 all at just £3.95 each, so go ahead and try them out for yourself! 



AEL25



AEL27 







Much love,

Sarah 
xoxo




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