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  • InMakeup

    Blogger’s Beauty Brawl: 10 Days of Summer – Dimples Natural Look Eye Lashes

    eye lashes
    Eye lashes! Eye lashes! They can be hard to put on at first but once you get the hang of it. Then you are well on your way to popping eyes. I don’t wear lashes but I have considered doing it several times. I don’t wear them since I think my lashes are long enough and just need a little spruce up from wearing mascara. Other times I think I need lashes to enhance my look.
    pair of eye lashes

    I picked up this Dimples Natural Look Eye Lashes to review for the purpose of the summer beauty bloggers brawl.

    Features and How-to
    The Dimples Natural Look Eye Lashes are easy to install and comfortable to wear. It is recommended to remove lashes from the platform by using a tweezer. If necessary lashes can be cut to conform with length of the natural eye line length. Mascara can also be used to blend the lashes with your natural eye lashes for a natural feel and look.

    Dimples Natural Look lashes comes in a variety of different styles and colour. 

    Bloggers Beauty Brawl

    Each pack contains at least two (2) pairs of lashes. It retails at a price of $3.95. It does not come with a glue neither is it adhesive.

    The Dimples Natural Look Lashes is packaged in hand palm sized thin cardboard box with a plastic platform to hold the lashes. It has instructions on the back depicting how to apply and use the lashes.

    Even though I’m not a big fan of lashes I would test out Dimples Natural Look Lashes. They are inexpensive and easy to apply. It also gives that natural feeling of wearing your own lashes.

    What are you best tips on applying lashes? Do you wear them only on special occassions?
  • InMakeup

    Liquid Eyeliner Tricks you May Not Know

    Liquid Eyeliner

    Liquid Eyeliners

    Struggling to apply liquid eyeliner? Here are a few tips that will help you with applying liquid eyeliner with ease.

    • Let the liquid eyeliner dry after applying to avoid liner going into the crease. Keep your eyes closed for at least 30 seconds, so that the liner is being prevented from being pressed against your upper lids. Read more