Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Perfect Girl Eyelashes Review (With Pictures)

Let me just start by saying that I love Perfect Girl eyelashes, so this is less of a review and more me gushing about how amazing they are! 
I can't remember when I got my first pair but it must have been over a year ago and they've been my favourites ever since. It's partly due to the amazingly low price which I find astounding for such great quality lashes. I buy them in Savers for £1.99 a pair but I've seen Superdrug stocking a select few styles for around £4 recently.

The three styles I have at the moment are called (top to bottom) Innocent, Curvy and...... Curvy. I don't know why, but the names on the boxes are the same even though they're obviously very different styles. I even went back in to the store just to double check that one of my pairs didn't come in the wrong box but they were all the same.

The lashes I'm wearing below are the pair in the middle of the above pictures, Curvy. They go from shorter near the inner corner of they eye and fan out nicely to a fluttery outer corner. If you prefer 'symmetrical' styles, there are plenty of those on offer too, but I personally like the ones that are longer on the outer corner.

When I try new eyelashes the first thing I notice is the flexibility of the band that they're attached to. If the band is not very bendy, they're really tricky to apply and you can never get the ends to stick down properly. These lashes all have a great flexy band which makes them easy as pie to apply and they can last all day without peeling off at the edges (which is the most annoying thing ever).

The Perfect Girl range has all kinds of styles, there are dramatic lashes that are perfect for dressing up or light, natural lashes perfect for wearing in the day. Of the styles I've tried, they've all been a dream to put on, they stick to the eyelid great and last all day. If you treat them nicely, they'll give you at least 5 wears and at £1.99, you won't find anything to compete with the quality of these. I recommend getting them from Savers where they're cheaper and there are more styles on offer than in Superdrug (proof). These are the only stores I've found that sell this brand but if you know anywhere else that sells them I'd love to know.

Have you tried these eyelashes? What is your favourite brand/style for falsies?

1 comment:

  1. such a useful review. been looking for some cheep lashes for a while. thank you xx