SocialEyes lashes is a brand founded by youtuber, Karissa Pukas. I actually purchased a few lashes when she launched her lashes, however, found them too long for my eyes - they actually reached my eyebrows. I was quite excited to learn that she released 6 "natural" lashes, and was hoping that they will suit my smaller eyes better. I decided to pick up 3 of the 6 lashes (Butterfly, Playing Coy & Glamorous Shorty), as well as her tweezers and lash glue during her 30% off sale.
Upon many minutes of deliberation, I finally decided on trying on the Butterfly lashes first.
According to the SocialEyes website, "Butterfly is our most natural lash yet! Perfect for those of you who are looking for a little volume to plump up your look. Works well with smaller, almond or hooded eye shapes!"
|With SocialEyes Butterfly lashes|
The Butterfly lashes definitely are as described. They look so natural on whilst adding a bit of volume. I also love how comfortable they feel. By comfortable, I mean I forgot I even had falsies on (I'm no lash expert, but I think that's due to the really thin lash bone). The really thin lash bone also makes it a whole lot easier to disguise it with eyeliner, thereby making your lashes look a lot more natural.
The last time I wore falsies was on my wedding day last year (I think they were Ardell lashes), and I remember how uncomfortable they felt on. I even had a falsies emergency! One end of my falsies was lifting. Thank goodness I had the foresight to throw my lash glue in my sister/bridesmaid's handbag.
I was really pleased that I had no problems with these Butterfly lashes lifting with the use of SocialEyes' lash glue, mainly because I didn't bring it with me when I went out shopping the whole day with mates. I love that the fine brush, as it allows for an easy and precise application compared to lash glue that comes in a squeezy tube, which makes me feel like I'm going to accidentally squirt out too much. SocialEyes' lash glue is also quick drying and dries clear.
I didn't think much of the tweezers. I was hoping that it'll help make the whole eyelash application easier, as I'm an amateur. Unfortunately, I found using my fingers easier. However, I did like using it to hold the lashes whilst applying the lash glue, so my money didn't go entirely to waste.
The Butterfly lashes are extremely affordable at $4.95, lash glue costs $6.50 and the tweezers are $8.95. There is also free shipping for orders over $20!