Here at FalseEyelashes.co.uk, we are constantly adding new and exciting brands to our website, resulting in newly popular lash styles fast becoming favourites with our customers. Throughout 2017, there have been a handful of particular lash designs that have remained bestsellers or have quick become a top choice amongst falsies fans. We thought we would provide a roundup of the top ten lash styles of 2017.
The most iconic and well-loved style from the Lilly Lashes collection has got to be Miami. This coveted style has been worn by an array of A-list celebs and has remained a consistently popular style throughout 2017. Boasting a multi-layered appearance for a full, fluffy texture this design is dramatic yet tasteful.
House of Lashes style Iconic is their go-to style for many customers, however 2017 saw a huge increase in popularity of Iconic Lite after Kim Kardashian wore them in an online tutorial alongside makeup artist Desi Perkins. Offering a much softer look in comparison to the classic Iconic style, Iconic Lite is a gorgeous choice for any occasion.
After numerous requests we catered to demand in 2017 and stocked Eylure’s collaboration with beauty blogger Fleur De Force, and we now proudly carry her entire range. Consisting of impressive lash styles at affordable prices, as well as eyebrow products, Fleur’s collection has proved to be a huge hit. The most popular style is Fleur Loves which is a ¾ lash that is perfect for everyday wear, adding a little length and a wispy texture.
Ardell Demi Wispies are one of our all-time bestsellers here on our website, and the doubled up version introduced in 2017 was just as well received. Featuring a graduated length with simply twice as much volume as the original, this style is a top choice if you love Demi Wispies but want a slightly bolder look.
Doll Beauty is one of the latest brands to arrive here at FalseEyelashes.co.uk, and everyone is loving their entire collection! Style Stephanie has made it to the top as a favourite thanks to its versatile design that adds length and volume without being over the top. Priced at just £10 a pair, Doll Beauty are ideal if you require luxury for less.
KoKo Lashes were one of the most exciting additions that we welcomed in 2017, and their lashes have not disappointed! Styles Queen B and Goddess continue to be loved, but Amore has recently stolen the top spot! This dramatic, dense design is double layered for increased volume and the spaced out lash clusters provide definition and texture for a stunning, stand out finish.
Eylure’s unbeatable lash collection provides countless styles at extremely low prices, making them the number one destination for lash lovers who are after high quality without a hefty price tag. Doubled up lashes seemed to be the in thing for 2017, and the Vegas Nay by Eylure lashes in style Grand Glamor offer the ideal style. This bold, beautiful style features ultra-fine, criss-crossed lash strands that are formed together to create dimension and heavy density, while adding a soft, wispy finish.
Red Cherry lashes are ideal if you are on a beauty budget. Their wide range of styles also ensures there is something to suit everyone’s needs. Style #523 is a gorgeous transition lash that can easily take your look from day to night in an instant. It isn’t too full or dramatic, but it offers a fluttery, fanned out appearance that gradually increases in length towards each outer edge for an effortless, flared effect.
The latest Unicorn Cosmetics lash styles to be added to their already amazing collection, have been flying off the shelves! Style Cherry Top is great for wear on glamorous occasions thanks to its incredibly fluffy, curled design that also offers a graduated length for a winged out enhancement.
Although we have stocked Peaches and Cream products for a while, they continue to remain relevant and hugely loved. Style No.8 consists of delicately layered, flared lash clusters that form together to achieve a thick, fluttery look which works to open up and effortlessly enhance your eyes
Which lashes were your favourite throughout 2017?