Helloo my loviless, I know I’ve been away forever and I truly apologize for that. So, today’s post is all about the famous HUDA BEAUTY lashes.. I’ve been a big fan of her ever since I attended her very first master class. Her lashes never seem to disappoint. This post is all about Favorite Huda beauty lashes .
My all-time favorite lash is Samantha. As per the description on her website
Samantha is universally flattering. The pair has double stacked lashes of varying length to create a medium volume and feathery look that grant a daytime drama without looking overtly faux. Ideal for regular users and advanced beginners ready to take a step further.
I also love her Eazy lash in Camille
Double stacked end-pieces subtly criss-crossed to create length and volume. Placed from the center to the outer corners of the lash line, these fluttery lashes naturally open the eyes, giving a mesmerizing edge.
Wear them alone, or with a little liner, and you have a gorgeous look that opens your eyes, and gives you subtle drama—sans mascara!
Apart from these two I also love her lashes in Scarlette . I usually wear scarrlette only when I have to attend an event .. It is a bit too dramatic for my liking
Scarlette – One of the most dramatic and alluring styles of the collection, Scarlett mixes two layers of straight and criss-crossed lashes creating outstanding length and volume. Hand-crafted to fit all types of eyes, this piece is perfect for lash lovers and nightwear.
Claudia and Giselle were one of the initial lashes I had ever purchased.
Claudia – Light and feathery, those natural-looking lashes are subtly criss-crossed to bring a smoky effect to the lash line, adding intensity to most make-up looks. Ideal for beginners and regular users looking for a sophisticated yet natural result.
Giselle – Very natural in style and light in volume, those lashes are ideal for beginners looking to create a subtle statement and defining their lash line. Gorgeous on their own, they are also perfect for stacking with any other style for maximum, after-hours effect.