KISS | Eyelashes & Gel Liner

Hi guys. It feels good to be back :) thought for my first "official" post back, I'd review two products I received from a company called KISS. Some of you may have already heard of them, or at least seen them in shops like Boots, ASDA, Superdrug or online? Mainly known for their false eyelashes and press on nail range, did you know they also do brow kits and gel liners too?
Ashleigh who works as a PR assistant for KISS, was kind enough to send me a pair of eyelashes in POSH and the Wing it Eyeliner to try. I received them just before Christmas, but wanted to make sure I got to try them out more than once in order to give my honest review. I couldn't find the exact eyelashes I received on the Boots site, but if you click here it'll take you to a page on Boots site to see the styles they do stock online. Lashes start from just £4.99 depending on the style you choose. As for the gel liner, you can find it here on ASDA's site and it retails for £7.99.
 The Wing it kit consists of a brush, black gel pot and a stencil. I love winged eyeliner, but hadn't done it on myself for years. Being out of practice meant I was never confident to try it again, in the fear of messing up. Seeing the stencil in the kit gave me hope, I decided it was time to suck it up and give it a go. I'm so glad I did!
While my first attempt was a little messy, by the second and third time, I had the hang of it. The stencil is a great way to help you create a different kind of tail, depending on what mood you're in. If you're a beginner like me, then this is a very handy little tool to have in your makeup bag.
The gel itself is a great, creamy consistency; it makes using it a dream. The lasting power is another plus for this product and it doesn't smudge or budge, until it's time to remove it in the evening.
As mentioned earlier in the post, the lashes I received were in the style called Posh. Lovely, full looking lashes, with a clear strip at the base. Lashes are another product I had become a stranger to, but desperately wanted to get back into using them. I've never been a fan of the ones with a thick black strip, so it's these ones were perfect for me.
Having a clear strip means you can wear these without eyeliner and if applied correctly, they look quite natural. They're very flexible and go on with ease. The only downside to this product, is that it doesn't come with adhesive. If you end up picking up a pair to try for yourself, make sure you have some spare glue at home, or grab a tube while you're out.
What is your favourite type of lashes? Do you prefer a natural look, or a bold statement lash? Have you tried KISS products before?

*These items were sent to me as a PR sample, but all thoughts/views are my own.

Love Hannah xx
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1 comment

  1. The stencil looks like a great idea because for the life of me, I cannot get a winged liner perfected! The lashes also look quite nice and this is something I want to practice more of as they look really nice on but it's the application I cannot get right! I may look up this brand!

    Shannon //