After this quarantine is all said and done, a ton of of girls will emerge with crazy roots, badly manicured nails and toes, and unibrows. Hopefully, I’ll give you some ideas for keeping up on your beauty routines at home.
First up, lashes. I love lash extensions, but I can’t wear them due to allergies. I’m happy to report that this product did not cause any allergy issues for me!
In case you were unaware of how desperately I want the look of lash extensions without the allergies, I wrote this post about how I fake them. I also have sang the praises many times about my favorite magnetic lashes. Check out this post.
When I heard about Flutterhabit, I immediately reached out to them. I had to see for myself how you could possibly apply lash extensions at home. Turns out, they don’t have the lifespan of true lash extensions, but in a pinch, they definitely get the job done. And did I mention that they are literally a fraction of the price of lash extensions? At less than $11 a pair, you can’t beat the value for the price.
Watch my video to see how to apply them at home:
Would you try lash extensions at home? Once you get the hang of application, they go on quickly and smoothly.