Im wearing Cheryls lashes from the new Girls Aloud range for Eylure. They are densely packed with a flattering flick at the edges that really open my eyes up. As Cheryl puts it, these lashes are uber Saturday night glitz.
False lashes are always going to be popular. They offer instant beautification and the right ones will give you an amplified look without appearing fake. Cheryls are not for everyday use, but if naturally enhanced is what you are looking for, try Nicolas, which she describes as demure looking.
Sarah, who credits herself as being the one to introduce the band to strip lashes, created her set with extra volume, and Nadine, who previously cut up and combined different sets of lashes to get the look she wanted (clever girl), layered shorter and longer lashes along the strip to give her set a more natural look. Finally Kimberleys design begins with shorter lashes at the inner corners and finishes with sweeping, long hairs at the edges elongating the eye with a feline effect.
The girls told ELLE they jumped at the chance to create their own signature lashes and were involved in every stage of their development. Its every girls dream to have your own (bespoke) false eyelashes. You know that they are always going to fit perfectly and look just right, says Kimberley who confessed that she would previously trim other false lashes otherwise the weight would drag her lids down.
All five styles are £5 each and available from Superdrug from today, with other stockists House of Fraser, Claires, Boots and Debenhams to follow.
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