I tried out the Revlon Fantasy Length Faux Lashes in Lush and Precision. The Lush lashes came in little short bursts of lash while the Precision looked a little more like the standard fake lash. I didn't like the glue given with these lashes because it ended up clumping a lot and was tough to get off the skin after taking off the lashes. I highly suggest using another glue, like Duo Eyelash glue-- you can even buy it in a darker color or lighter color to match your skin tone.
Revlon Fantasy Lengths in Lush
Available at: madamemadeline.com
The lashes themselves were a bit long for me, and seemed to spike out-- a quick hit of the eyelash curler helped tame the ends. Ultimately, the lashes stayed on well and the price and convenience factor (they are sold in most drugstores) make them a steal, but I probably would choose a more natural length from their collection.
-- Pearl C.
The Revlon Fantasy Lengths Faux Lashes are awesome! I love them so much! I have actually used the brand and both lines a lot, and they are very reliable. The only thing I would change is the glue it comes with. I prefer putting the lashes on using the clear Ardell LashTite glue. But, the lashes are phenomenal!
Revlon Fantasy Lengths in Intensifying
$3.84 (was $5.49-- save 30!)
Available at: drugstore.com
I prefer wearing the Lush eyelashes over the Intensifying. The Lush line gets you through 4 uses, as opposed to one, and it blends beautifully with real lashes. It comes with 4 little pieces for each side to place on the ends for that eye-opening look we are all after-- think, Kim Kardashian! The Intensifying line is flirty, but only good for one time use. I would definitely recommend both kinds of Revlon Fantasy Lengths for all ladies. They look real and get the sexy batting eyelash war started with a major upper hand.
-- Kim Moshtaghi
Disclosure: Free review samples of this product were provided by Revlon; no compensation was provided in exchange for this review.
Pearl C. is a contributing writer for Adventures in the Stiletto Jungle. After nine years in SoCal, Pearl returned to her east coast roots, taking up residence in NYC. Formerly with Interscope Records, Pearl is now Agency Client Services Mgr. at start up music video site Vevo. Although a smart girl all-around, Pearl's true gift is for finding the best party in town.
Kim Moshtaghi is a contributing writer for Adventures in the Stiletto Jungle. Born in Germany, Kim is currently based in sunny Del Mar, California, where she also serves as Stiletto Jungle's Director of Sales and Promotions. Kim has a communications degree, a third degree black belt, and a totally covetable Gucci handbag collection.