13 March 2017

New In: Threads Lashes



Lashes are something I don't dabble in too much. I don't tend to go for the big, dramatic, glamazon look as I honestly don't think they suit me. I much prefer a softer, more natural looking lash. But when Threads got in contact to ask if I would like to try out some of their lashes, I couldn't say no after seeing their variety in styles!


I was kindly sent three pairs, the first pair being their Red Cherri Lashes. At first glance I was thinking 'eeeek they are very full on'. Which they are, but the volume seems to be at the lash root, meaning the ends of still have that softer wisp that I look for. The second pair are the Charleston Lashes which are the most natural of the three. Don't expect crazy volume from these ones as they're only going to give some added length. These would be great for everyday use if you're someone who wears lashes on the daily. The final pair, and my favourite pair; the Vava Voom Lashes. Again, super natural, but with a little added volume. These would still be perfect for daily use, but like me if you have sparse lashes, will add some volume as well as length.


Threads Lashes retail for £9 which isn't super affordable, but we've definitely seen pricier. You also get lash glue included which is actually a really good glue, I was pleasantly surprised. Overall I'm very happy with these. I did have to trim mine slightly just for that perfect fit, but once applied they were very lightweight and comfortable to wear. My only niggle is for £9 I wish the packaging was a little nicer, the plain red box seems kind of on the cheaper side.

Lashes available from threadsbeauty.com

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13 comments

  1. I've never used fake lashes. These ones looks really pretty. I'm also more for natural and soft lashes look. I really like those Charleston Lashes. xo

    Antonia || Sweet Passions

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  2. I really like your pictures. They really put the product forward. I don't really use lashes but these ones looks really nice. And yes, £9 is quite affordable. Will check the brand out. Thanks for sharing! xx Corinne

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  3. I've been seeing these lashes everywhere recently! The packaging doesn't seem to appeal to me but the natural looking ones are a yes from me! I will have to check these out though! lovely post Terri! x

    sami | possiblysami.com

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  4. I absolutely love fake lashes and can't go on a night out without them so this was well worth the read!! xo

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  5. I'm so awful at applying lashes aha but these look great! Blog layout is gorgeous btw <3

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  6. I've always wanted to suit lashes but I just can't seem to find the right pair, these seem lush!! Xox

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  7. I have NEVER tried falsies, ever. I keep hearing and seeing them in youtube videos or blog posts but for some reason am a bit hesitant to try them myself. But, glad to hear you had a good experience with these! Maybe I'll give them a try soon.

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  8. These lashes do look lovely although for £9 I agree with you on the packaging! It could look more professional :) x

    Eleanorclaudie.com

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  9. Are they easy to apply? Never tried false lashes .
    Nice pics!

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  10. The packaging doesn't appeal to me either, I've seen these lashes everywhere and they do look lovely!


    Love, Melissa x
    lovemelissax.co.uk

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  11. These look fab. I don't really buy lashes as I suck at applying them but these seem like a really good brand. As you mentioned the packaging probably wouldn't attract me.

    Jenna Von x

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  12. I like that these are lightweight and comfortable to wear but I agree £9 is quite expensive for the type of packaging!
    PaleGirlRambling xo

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  13. Oooh these look nice! I love wearing falsies on a night out so this is such a great help!
    :)
    Jemma | DORKFACE

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