Personally, I think Lash Lacquer really taps in to this seasons trend for spiky, spidery lashes. As the lacquer is painted on, it does have a tendency to pull lashes together. If you're after very natural, feathery looking lashes this isn't a product for you. But for a dramatic evening look or for moments when you just want something a 'bit more', I think this would be perfect.
I had this applied to my lashes but I also had the pleasure of watching Mel use the Lash Lacquer on a beautiful lady more blessed in the lashes department than myself. She was kind enough to agree to let me take a photograph and I think you will agree that it is a very striking result. I only wish I had noted down the combination of eyeshadow duos that Mel used in this look.
This is how it looks on my (more feeble) lashes.
Here's a better look at the rest of my makeup from today.
Lancome Les Oeillades in Blonde Fatal* (I'm in love with this quad, pictures to come) -
I applied the lightest shimmery shade on the mobile lid, the matte cement shade in the crease and the dark brown shade along the lashline.
Hourglass Script liner
MUFE Smoky Lash
Hourglass Lash Lacquer
Max Factor Second Skin Foundation in Creamy Ivory*
RMK Super Basic Liquid Concealer on undereye area
Hourglass Cream to Powder Bronzer
Remnants of NARS Desire blusher
Usual Shu Uemura brow pencil
MAC brow set*
Hourglass Extreme Gloss in Ignite
Disclosure: Items received as PR Samples are marked with an asterisks.