Review│House of Lashes Bambie + Iconic

I have become quite fond of lashes over the years. I pretty much incorporate them into almost all of my eye makeup looks. I simply can't get enough. They come in so many fun styles, and they add a glamorous touch to the eyes.

I have always wanted to try lashes from House of lashes, since I often read amazing things about them. A few months ago I finally placed an order on their website and I picked up a couple of lovely pairs. I got a pair that are on the more flirty side, and three pairs of a bold and ultra-glam style. Needless to say, I am super pleased with my purchases from House of Lashes. The lashes are top notch, trendy, and they definitely shine from the rest. I can't wait to pick up more!

Bambie: I absolutely love these lashes! Bambie has become my go-to pair since they compliment any look. These are fuller and longer towards the center and shorter on the ends, to create a more eye-opening look. They contain a blend of black and brown human hairs, which are100% human. I love how easy these lashes are to apply. They also feel really lightweight on.

Iconic: If you are looking for a pair of lashes that are on the more dramatic end of the spectrum, the iconic is a great contender. These multi-layered lashes (made of 100% cruelty-free synthetic hair) were made to stand out with their gorgeous criss-cross pattern, which adds an intense effect and a heavy dose of showstopping volume. These lashes don't have that weightless feel like the bambie lashes do, but they aren't overly uncomfortable to wear. Also, the band is a little thicker than I am used to. It's not something that I can't work with, though.

Bambie: 1 pair ($9), 3 pack ($22)
Iconic: 1 pair ($12), 3 pack ($30)


What do you all think of the lashes from House of Lashes? Which are your favorite lashes?

Disclaimer: Purchased by me.

1 comment

  1. These are so damn gorgeous! I know that for my tiny lids these would be too overwhelming but damn they look incredible! Just love the volume and the shape of these and how the fibers criss cross especially!