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#BEAUTY | Nouvaeu Lashes #LASHGANG

Im officially a #Lashgang member! WOO :) So Nouveau Lashes was lovely enough to send me some beautifully packaged products to try! As if the packaging isnt pretty enough the quality of the products are amazing. I decided to delay this post so that i could try the products out for a good few weeks and that i have! 

 

For the days that i dont wear mascara this little serum kinda saves my whole entire life haha it says to use twice a day, which i have been doing and tbh i wasnt sure if it would do anything for my lashes but i was suprised when i noticed that my lashes looked more curly and defined, im not gonna say they have doubled in thickness or grown in length but it does kinda give that impression in just a more effortless way. I actually tend to put this on before i wear my mascara as well, i let it dry and then pop on a light layer of mascara and it looks fab! It also adds great nourishment to my lashes.

PACKAGING...tick.....so elegant and pretty...STYLES ....tick.....i love style 2 so much! but i dont want to offend the other styles cos i do love them too :) the bands are very comfy and sit on the eye very well. They all include a little bottle of glue, of which i also have the big tube you can buy. It is an amazing glue! Lasts all day long, just what you need in an eyelash glue.



Im particularly obsessed with the eye makeup remover. I normally use micellar water when im not feeling lazy, but when i am lazy i end up using baby wipes *eep* the worst thing ever to use, cue stinging panda eyes. Anyway i have been using this everytime now to wipe off all my makeup. It is so cooling and gentle on my eyes i cant imagine using any other product, it removes stubborn mascara and liner. Also i think the bottle is amazing, i have never seen a makeup remover bottle like this before with the push down top!

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https://nouveaulashes.com/


xoxo

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