False eyelashes are something that I wear very rarely and usually only for very special occasions but I like to have a stack on hand for those “just in case” situations where I feel like putting that little bit more effort into my appearance. My go-to brand has alway been The Vintage Cosmetic Company: cute packaging, subtle styles, and reusable. What more could you need!
The Vintage Cosmetic Company have five different styles of false eyelashes: Connie, Gracie, Kitty, Nancy, and Betty. Connie is great for those who wear falsies on an everyday basis as they are natural and subdued, more of a “your eyelashes but better” kind of look. These are also my favourite and the one style to make sure I have in my makeup drawer at any time – I’m actually wearing them in my latest outfit post! Gracie is similar to Connie but a bit thicker and more obviously fake when worn. They are better for events and the like as they look amazing when worn in photos!
Kitty is a style that I rarely use as they are a little too full for my usual style. These are fantastic for smokey eye looks or anything where your eye makeup is the main focus point as they really draw attention with how full they are. Nancy is my second favourite style of the five as they are a bit fuller than Connie but not as big as Kitty whilst still being quite natural looking.
Betty is my least favourite of the bunch but that’s mainly because my eye shape is just not the sort that suits these kinds of lashes. These are shorter in width than the other styles The Vintage Cosmetic Company has in their collection so there’s no need to faff around with trimming them. I would recommend these for nights out clubbing due to how full and ridiculously long they are.
So that’s my quick review of The Vintage Cosmetic Company eyelashes! Considering the price of these beauties, you really can’t go wrong with them and they’re reusable. You can buy The Vintage Cosmetic Company selection of false eyelashes for £6 each or get all five for £19.99.
Do you use The Vintage Cosmetic Company eyelashes? If not, do you have recommendations for brands to try out?
Until next time,