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House of Holland Eylure Lashes Review

6th May 2016 in Makeup - 14 Comments - 3 min read

House of Holland Eylure Lashes Review

Hey Beauties!

I’m known to be a bit of a lash buff, i think lashes can either make or break a look its just all about knowing when to use them.
Eylure with House of Holland have collaborated and launched a new collection of gorgeous lashes called “Fluff” which is quite an ampt name for these lashes are they are all really cute, soft and feathery.

Each set of lashes come with a lash glue to adhere the lashes and are said to be reusable, so long as you take care of them and remove the glue from the band after each use these should last you a while

House of Holland Eylure Lashes Review

The Fluff collection contains 3 different sets of lashes: Luffly, Ruffle and Buff.

  • House of Holland ‘Ruffle’– light and long, a diffused style with an Individual lash effect.
  • House of Holland ‘Luffly’ – tapered tips and a layered effect.
  • House of Holland ‘Buff’– unique, criss-cross lash with a cool structured finish.

House of Holland Eylure Lashes Review

Ruffle would be the set you would choose if you aren’t a big wearer of lashes as they are really natural and soft. The band on these lashes is really thin so they blend into your natural lashes without much effort. When you wear these you’ll notice that they almost look like individual lashes rather than a strip

Eylure describe Ruffle as:

“Ruffle is a light and long – a diffused style with an Individual lash effect. Fluffy, fab and very wearable the ‘FLUFF’ Collection of lashes are all about cool lash wear. Ideal first-time wear for a brand new customer in lashes.”

House of Holland Eylure Lashes Review

Buff has to be my favourite because they give you so much volume and length to your lashes, these are definitely what i would call night out lashes. The band on these lashes is much thicker than the other 2 so might be a bit trickier to apply. Being a criss-cross design these lashes will be really dramatic so they will give a pretty awesome structured finish to your lashes.

Eylure describes Buff as:

“Buff is a unique, criss-cross lash with a cool structured finish. Fluffy, fab and very wearable the ‘FLUFF’ Collection of lashes are all about cool lash wear. Ideal first-time wear for a brand new customer in lashes.”

House of Holland Eylure Lashes Review

If you think of Luffly as the night time version of Ruffle as Luffly gives volume and length all in one. Luffly lashes are layered the bottom layer contain a criss cross pattern which gives them that really dense look and the top layer has some really long feather individual lashes. Luffly is going to be the heaviest set of lashes on your eye because they are so big the application might be a bit tricky as well due to the large band

Eylure describe Luffly as:

“Luffly is a fabulous style with tapered tips and a layered effect. Fluffy, fab and very wearable the ‘FLUFF’ Collection of lashes are all about cool lash wear. Ideal first-time wear for a brand new customer in lashes.”

You can find this collection at eylure.com each set of lashes are £5.95 each.

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Andrew James

Scottish science nerd obsessed with all things beauty! Creator of The Skincare Saviour, a skincare blog covering everything from reviews, tutorials to busting myths, finding dupes and breaking down trends.

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