False eyelashes have a torturous history. From procedures including cocaine as numbing cream and sewing hairs into the skin to silk lined with synthetic lashes. Eyelashes have been a focus in society for women for a long time, dating back to the 1400s when women used to pluck, yes PLUCK, all of their eyelashes out as hair was seen as a link to displays of erotic disposition by the Church. Fortunately though, throughout most of history, long eyelashes have been considered more fashionable. That may be because as you get older, eyelashes naturally tend to get a little bit shorter and sparser. While they’d been around in some form for decades, Anna Taylor patented the invention in 1911. However, false eyelashes weren’t really a common beauty tool until 1916, when D.W. Griffith decided that Seena Owen, the actress in his film Intolerance needed to have "eyelashes brushing her cheeks." He had his wig maker glue false eyelashes onto Ms. Owen, using spirit gum. Luckily today, over the years, designers, producers and make-up artists alike have created false lashes that are hypoallergenic and safe to use. No longer are the days where women had to go through immense pain to be beautiful.
With our lashes, you'll feel absolutely striking. Nothing holding you back from creating some amazing and bold looks. From simple and natural lashes to huge fluffy glam lashes that frame the eyes like nothing else. With amazing designs and styles, you will find whatever it is you need for your next make-up adventure. With lashes for all eye shapes, including almond eyes, round eyes, hooded eyes, mono-lidded eyes, close-set eyes, upturned eyes, protruding eyes and deep-set eyes!
False eyelashes are a cosmetic accessory designed to enhance the appearance of your natural eyelashes. They come in various shapes, lengths, and styles to suit different eye shapes and makeup looks.
Applying False eyelashes can take a bit of practice, but with the right technique, it's easy to achieve a beautiful, natural-looking result. Generally, you'll want to trim the lashes to fit your eye shape, apply a thin layer of glue to the lash band, and carefully place the lashes as close to your natural lash line as possible.
The lifespan of fake eyelashes can vary depending on the quality of the lashes, how often you wear them, and how well you take care of them. Generally, good quality false eyelashes can be worn multiple times if properly cared for, making them a cost-effective beauty accessory perfect for all budgets!