*this is not an ad or sponsored in anyway. I love the product and wanted to share!
Lashes and eyebrows are all the rage these days. Getting them longer, thicker & darker is the challenge. I have been in the market to find less invasive or permanite ways of doing this. I tried the glue-in eyelashes, which I LOVE the look of! So much so that I wore them at our wedding, but they just didn’t last. The max I ever got out of them was two hours.
I was talking about it with one of my friends and she told me about One Two Lash. They have a 60 day money back guarantee, so thought I’d just try them and see what it was all about. If I didn’t like them, I would just return them. I ordered the Regular lash and then 5 months later ordered the Bold lash because I loved them and wanted something a little more dramatic. They shipped for free to my home in Utah within 3 days (they ship from California.)
Including in the package are step-by-step instructions on how to put them on, a cute “hello lash lover” card, receipt, & a case with all the lashes in them. In the case there are two pairs of lashes for each eye. Here is how it works:
There is a TINY MAGNET on two strips of lashes. Those strips sandwich your actual lash. You don’t have to curl your lash or wear mascara for them to stay but, for me, it does make it easier to get them on.
You want to get them as close to your lash line as possible. They advise not to put mascara on the actual lash extension (so that it last longer.) So what I do is I curl my lashes & put one coat of mascara on, then put on the lash extensions. I put only enough mascara so that the extensions will be able to clip faster.
I love these things! They are super easy to use! My first time It took me around 3 tries to get on, after that it was a breeze. I seriously forget I am wearing them sometimes! They are light weight & they make getting ready in the morning that much quicker!
My first pair of lashes, one of the magnets came off. This was my own fault, though. They tell you to gently slide the lashes off when finished with them. I tried to peel them off. That only happened to one lash strip for the three months I had them. I say “had” because I left the rest of the lashes in our hotel room on our honeymoon!
These extensions, however, are not your $7-$10 lashes you get at Sally’s. They run for $69 for two pairs. I wish that they were a little less expensive but they are reasonable enough if you compare them to getting lash extensions. Getting the lash extensions from a salon you are looking at $100-$200 plus fills.
I definitely recommend getting these! We’d love to hear what you think! Comment and let us know!
Kyle and Taylor