Friday, June 14, 2013

MUA Professional False Eyelashes in Vixen at

MUA is one brand that spoils us all with good quality yet affordable make up. It is this aspect of the brand that makes it one of our best selling brands. Girls can't seem to get enough and our understanding about your needs goes beyond that. With plenty of it in store, for you, your sisters, mothers and friends; whether you're in the mood to treat others or fancy experimenting on yourself, MUA False Lashes are for you. 
These add length in a glamorous way providing a full, wide-eyed, spiked look. The lashes have a glossy yet natural finish. Ideal for evening events; weddings, night outs, birthdays etc. 

If properly cared for, lashes can be reshaped or adorned if desired. Lash glue included.

MUA Professional False Lashes - Vixen
I used these eye lashes in two of my recent make-up looks. The first one is a romantic Valentines Day look which can also be worn on any other evening events. You can see which other products I used for this look, here. The second look is much more dramatic and Vixen lashes work extremely well for this bright Arabic-esque look too. While the lashes can be worn with simplistic make up, they compliment dramatic eye make up beautifully making them ideal for your kit. 

How to in 5 easy steps: 

  1. Place lashes on the lash line to measure size. Trim (from the outside corner) if needed. 
  2. Neatly apply adhesive along the strip of the false lashes. Use Duo Eyelash Adhesive for maximum ease. Wait thirty seconds for glue to become sticky
  3. Now either use your fingers or a tweezers to hold false lashes and carefully place them closest to your natural lash line. 
  4. Push the lashes in using the back of your tweezers or finger tips to ensure longevity. 
  5. Wait for the glue to fully dry before carrying on with the rest of your eye make up. 
Grab your pair and at now! SHOP from over five different styles available at Priced at Rs. 350. 

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