Friday, 5 December 2014

Review: Let's Go Lashes in Flirt 3


I don't wear false lashes an awful lot, but I love the effect that they can give and how they can completely transform your eyes. I tend to struggle with the application, but as I've kept on trying, I am slowly getting better!


Let's Go Lashes do an absolutely huge range of striplashes; four to be precise, with each range containing 10 different styles. This means that there should be a range and style of eyelashes to suit every person and every kind of mood. For example, the Flirt Striplash range is described as "subtle, pretty and devious". All Let's Go Lashes cost £6.50 each, which includes a little tube of eyelash glue. They are made from real hair and are re-usable. I tried out Flirt 3, which is "the hybrid lash - even subtle and demure can have a high definition impact".


Let's Go Lashes certainly aren't lying about Flirt 3 - these eyelashes are all about the high definition impact. When applied with the supplied adhesive, the lashes reach the bottom of my eyebrows! However I should note here that I do have hooded eyelids, so they may not come out this long on everyone. Flirt 3 are the ones to go for if you really want to make a statement with your eyes; paired with black winged eyeliner they seriously stand out. I personally would prefer something a little more natural looking length wise, however despite their length they feel very comfortable and not heavy on the lids at all.

You can find out more about Let's Go Lashes and see the full range here. They are currently offering 3 pairs of their lashes for just £9.00 using the code LG3FOR9 at checkout!

Have you tried any of the Let's Go Lashes range? What are your favourite eyelashes?

Beauty Bird xx



P.S. This post contains a PR sample. This does not affect my opinion of the product. 



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  1. OOh wow they look pretty impressive hunnie, definitely stand out x

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    1. They certainly make an impression! xx

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    1. Some serious length going on right here! xx

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  4. Wow Sasha - how long and flirty are your lashes! I'm useless at false lash application - maybe I'll master it in my middle age! xx

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    1. The application in the photo definitely isn't perfect, but with time and practice you do get better :-) xx

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  5. Wow they're long :D I like the look of these, but I do prefer my falsies to give me volume more than anything as my lashes are quite long already :)

    Dannie x www.famousinjapan.co.uk

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    1. It'd be interesting to try some volumizing lashes from the same range and see which suits me better! xx

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  6. I'm too scared to wear them! Jade wears them allll the time, I think they look awesome on you but I think more natural lashes suit me!?

    Tara x

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    1. Thanks Tara! I think I'd feel more comfortable with a more natural length xx

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  7. I would love to be able to wear false lashes but they're something I've tried several times but just don't seem to be able to master. I haven't actually tried any for years now and my application skills have got better in general so I might try some again x

    Becky @ The Little Blog of Beauty

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    1. It would be worth giving them another go :-) Maybe get some cheap ones first, like from Primark, just to practice with?xx

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