— August 19, 2015 —

Lotus Lashes | New Styles & Lash Glue


Lotus Lashes recently introduced their own Brush-on Lash Glue ($8 USD for 0.17 oz.) and 4 new lash styles into their line of handmade, cruelty free mink lashes. The new styles individually retail for  $24 USD and are said to be "light weight, comfortable to wear, long lasting, reusable and hypoallergenic."

The brand now carries 16 lash styles in total and come in 3 different volumes. Here's a list of the ones I have to share with you today...

If you're interested in seeing the original lash styles, be sure to check out the original review!

83 is described as a medium volume mink with a wispy pattern to give you a natural look that's perfect for everyday wear. They are longer towards the center, like your natural eyelashes, and adds length and volume.
102 is described as a medium volume mink with an intricate criss-cross pattern that will give you extra thickness and definition at the roots. They are layered with fringed ends to enhance the natural beauty of your eyes. 
504 is described as a medium volume mink with a wispy pattern for natural, everyday glamour. They are textured and longer at the center and outer corners for an eye opening effect. 
45 is described as a high volume mink with a cross-cross V pattern to give a full, textured effect. They are longer at the outer corners to create a beautiful, winged-eye look.
"We want all of our customers to feel more beautiful and confident, so we have created a lash that is perfect for every lifestyle and eye shape. All of our high quality lashes are lightweight, making them easy and comfortable to wear. Handmade with cruelty free mink, our lashes are long lasting and reusable. Lotus lashes can be worn up to 25 times. Because our lashes are sterilized, hypoallergenic, and made with no added chemicals or dyes, they are suitable for contact wearers, or people with sensitive eyes. Our lashes come in no fuss; compact and lightweight packaging that can be used to store your lashes when you are not wearing them."
The lashes come housed in cute pink packaging with gold detailing and a bow, it's luxurious yet cute. The bottom of the box also features the style number. These mink lashes are "sterilized, hypoallergenic and made with no added chemicals or dyes so they are suitable for those with sensitive eyes."

I've been using the brands lashes for over half a year now and they've easily become my go-to lashes for any look, whether it be natural or dramatic. They are unlike any synthetic lash I've ever worn. The mink lashes are extremely lightweight, soft and blend easily with your natural lashes. The band is thicker than your average lash band, but this ensures they will remain durable and last through more wears.

With that said, the brand states that their lashes can be reused up to 25 times. I typically find myself disposing synthetic lashes every 3 - 5 wears, but I've worn multiple different Lotus styles and they've all surpassed that with 10 - 15 uses, showing no physical damage, stray hairs or displacement. I've had the occasional one or two "hairs" shed, but I'll be the first to admit it was due to user error, not the quality of the lashes themselves.

Dimensions for each style are listed on the website, which helps you get a better idea of the best lashes for your eye shape. I typically have to cut the lashes down band-length-wise, but I appreciate the fact they are extra long and require that extra step. It makes the lashes feel custom and I love the option of adding the trimmed section to my lower lash line for a more dramatic effect.


The Brush-on Lash Glue ($8 USD for 0.17 oz.) has a thin, brush applicator that makes applying adhesive to lash bands easy and precise. It has a very subtle scent, not as strong or potent as DUO. The glue is latex-free, waterproof and sulfate/paraben free. My favorite part about this adhesive is that it first applies an iridescent, opal-type shade, but turns completely clear once dry—it was a nice surprise to the standard off-white color you see from other brands. The formula becomes tacky after 30-60 seconds and once dry, I didn't experience any irritation or my false lashes lifting over time. The glue is easy and gentle, like typical lash adhesives, to remove both from your eyes and from the lash band after use.

Overall, I'm a huge fan of the new styles (despite the $4 increase) and the lash glue was an excellent addition into their line. The new styles definitely have a very modern, full, wispy lash feel to them and they make achieving that flawless "lash extension" look easy and painless. So, if you're a false lash fan or they're a staple in your make up routine, I would highly recommend checking out the original and additional styles!

Available now from Lotus Lashes and be sure to check out their Instagram!


Lotus Lashes Mink Lashes

Lotus Lashes Mink Lashes

Lotus Lashes in 45

Lotus Lashes in 45

Lotus Lashes in 45

Lotus Lashes in 45

Lotus Lashes in 83

Lotus Lashes in 83

Lotus Lashes in 83

Lotus Lashes in 83

Lotus Lashes in 102

Lotus Lashes in 102

Lotus Lashes in 102

Lotus Lashes in 102

Lotus Lashes in 504

Lotus Lashes in 504

Lotus Lashes in 504

Lotus Lashes in 504

Lotus Lashes Brush-On Lash Glue

Lotus Lashes Brush-On Lash Glue

Lotus Lashes Brush-On Lash Glue

Lotus Lashes Brush-On Lash Glue

Lotus Lashes Brush-On Lash Glue


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