I’ve been contemplating over whether I should or shouldn’t try eyelash extensions for 4 days now so I made use of the eyelash extensions reviews on the web to help me come to a decision. I have a rather unimpressive eyelashes (they are nonexistent as far as I’m concerned) that’s why I’m drawn to products that could enhance my eyelashes. But I’m also a “chicken” when it comes to trying out new products/cosmetics (I’ve only used mascara to flatter them so far) that’s why you’ll always find me scouring over reviews and evidence photos like these eyelash extensions photos and LiLash before and after pictures.
Anyway, I have a wedding to attend to next week and I want to do myself a favor by trying to feel like a celebrity (as if I can afford these eyelash extensions filling and maintenance cost). There are several truthful eyelash extensions reviews from personal bloggers like me (unfortunately , I can’t use their photos) and they really helped me a lot in considering what I should (or should not) do with my lashes.
Here are what these eyelash extensions reviews have to say.
Eyelash Extensions Reviews: Advantages
- You’ll have instantly longer and thicker lashes (no need to wait for 4 to 6 weeks if you use an eyelash growth serum like the Rimmel Lash Accelerator Serum)
- The fact that you’re having fake strands among the natural lash strands is not noticeable (unless you make it known to everyone you encounter).
- Make up is applied in a shorter time because you won’t have to curl your eyelashes and then put on several coats of mascara (and when they get smudged, you repeat the process).
- Better yet, you can get away without having to put any make up on. Your eyes will steal the show anyway.
Eyelash Extensions Reviews: Disadvantages
- The filling process of the eyelash extensions cost around $250 to $500 per eye while its touch ups every 4 weeks approximately cost $75 per eye. (Now let’s compare it to Li Lash here on Ebay or Amazon, or Rimmel in Ebay or Amazon, shall we?)
- A special kind of glue is used to attach those extensions on your natural lashes and removing its dried residual around your eyes is PAINFUL.
- You can’t rub your eyes, not even unconsciously for a very obvious reason (something all eyelash extensions reviews all agree on).
- You can’t use oil-based products near them (one eyelash extensions reviewer even said that since she got them even washing her face became a lot of work because she needed to make sure that no trace of facial wash gets into her eyes.
- The only remover you’re allowed to use for your eye make up is something like the Maybelline Expert Eyes (so high maintenance?)
- You can’t use mascara on your eyelash extensions-filled lashes (not that you really need mascara with eyelash extensions on your eyes)
All right, I can go on and on with the eyelash extensions reviews’ rants of how inconvenient they are when it comes to maintenance and your pocket. However what these eyelash extensions reviews are telling me is that if I want to feel like a celebrity for an instant, I should go ahead and try these eyelash extensions. But if I don’t want to be troubled by things like initial filling cost, maintenance cost and don’ts, then I should just go ahead and be happy with what I have or find other ways to grow my lashes longer and thicker. These eyelash extensions reviews has surely got me deciding to just stick with my beloved and dependable mascara.