Vlogger Beauty: Rosie Bea x Eylure Lashes & Rosie Bea x Elegant Touch Nails review

Saturday 23 July 2016

Rosie Bea x Eylure Lashes & Rosie Bea x Elegant Touch Nails review
Rosie Bea is one of the many vloggers that I enjoy watching on YouTube, and her recent collaborations with Eylure and Elegant Touch showcase some gorgeous false lashes and nails.
 Rosie Bea x Eylure Lashes - Kitsch and Frolic review
 Rosie Bea x Eylure Lashes - Kitsch* (£4.99, link) and Frolic* (£6.49, link)

Rosie has six different false lash designs with Eylure to suit a variety of occasions and they are all lightweight, comfortable to wear and easy to apply. These two are my favourites; Kistch is a great everyday 3/4 length lash that gives you a little flutter and definition without being OTT, whereas Frolic is a full on, evening/glam lash that looks amazing with a smokey eye for lots of drama!

Like all the Eylure lashes that I buy, they are really good quality and each pair comes with a little tube of lash glue. You can of course, also re-use the lashes as long as you take care of them when you're taking them off.
Rosie Bea x Elegant Touch Nails - Spotlight and Marina review
Rosie Bea x Elegant Touch Nails - Spotlight* (£6.49, link) and Marina* (£5.49, link)

I'm not personally a huge false nails junkie, but I did like the look of these. Like the lashes, Rosie has six different designs of nails which include both nail art inspired/patterned and plain ones. My top two picks are Spotlight, a nude tone, longer stiletto nail with cute on-trend copper accents (see below), and Marina, a plain but stylish dark navy nail in a shorter, more everyday wearable stiletto shape.

Each pack comes with 24 nails which are 10 sizes, and you also get a mini buffer, nail glue and  full instructions of how to apply them.
Rosie Bea x Elegant Touch Nails - Spotlight review
Rosie Bea x Elegant Touch Nails - Spotlight
To try out the false nails above, I picked up a pack of the Elegant Touch Nail Guards (£2.95, link) which were recommended to me by my friend Sophie. They're basically like micro thin pieces of plastic that act as a protective barrier between your natural nail and the falsie. 

As you're glueing the falsie to the nail guard and not directly onto your natural nail, you don't need to do any acetone soak-offs to remove them, so they're ideal if you don't want to damage your nails or only want to wear the falsies for a weekend or so before taking them off. They're a little tricky to apply at first, but with some practice, I think they're a pretty genius idea!

Have you checked out the Rosie Bea Lashes & Nails range?

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  1. Oh my gosh I can't wait to try these! The nails look so cool <3 xx


  2. I love eylure lashes so definitely going have to try these out :) Thanks for sharing!

    Lotte | www.lottebeautybox.blogspot.co.uk

  3. I don't know who she is but the collab seems wonderful. The lashes are gorgeous x

    Coco | The Beauty Milk

    1. She's one of the younger British vloggers (I think she's only 18!) - her Youtube channel is: https://www.youtube.com/user/MsRosieBea x


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