Guest Post : Review Of TK’s Lashes

In case you haven’t heard, I am currently on my way to Hong Kong and I will be deciding where to shop and eat when I get off the plane!  YAY!  I put a call out for anyone wanting to guest post as I didn’t want the blog to get neglected and unloved while I was away and Rachel kindly offered.  Enjoy…

Like Ling, I am a complete make-up minx. I can spend hours in make-up departments opening, smelling and trying on every tester.  I love the scents, packaging and dreams associated with this department and I am always on the look out for something new and different.

This week I hit gold while my 8yo daughter was having her hair cut at a local hair and beauty salon.  My 6yo daughter and I slowly slunk over to the shiny, colourful make-up stand.  Standing up right, taking centre stage of the stand was a small but powerful black box – TK’s Lashes.







The brochure beside this box made promises.  Surely, it couldn’t follow through with the promise of making lashes up to 300% longer.  I cannot resist a challenge.  I was going to test and scoff at this and I was going to use my innocent little 6 year old as my guinea pig to do it.  Feeling like I was participating in an episode of Myth Busters, I opened the black box and inside were two tubes.  First you use the larger gel tube to brush onto the lashes. Then you use the smaller tube to brush on the fibres, then set again with the gel brush.  Seriously, UNBELIEVABLE results.  My daughter looked like the cutest little drag queen with her lovely, long lashes.

Now, I love mascara and I use it daily.   For special occasions I use to get the individual lashes put on.  Recently I discovered lash extensions and I love them, but can’t afford to keep them permanently.  The TK’s Lashes are something else.  They truly do make your lashes look ridiculously long, but still natural and you can wash them off.  I think this is a must have in any make-up stash.

You can’t get these everywhere, I purchased mine from Beautiful You Hair and Beauty in Margate you can buy them online http://www.beautifulu.com.au for $79. There are a few other supplies around Australia and New Zealand and you can find them on the TK’s Lashes website.

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Bio

Rachel Wernicke is a 38-year-old married mother of two girls.  After working as a paralegal in Brisbane for 14 years, she left life in the big city to focus on her family. Once the kids were both in school, it was time get back to work. In a four-person house with five computers, two iPads, two iPhones, two iPod touches and half a dozen cameras there seemed only one direction to go. Rachel decided to learn more about the the world of blogging and indulge her passions for style and life on the Redcliffe Peninsula.  In October 2011, she started Redcliffe Style as a place to write about and photograph the things she enjoyed.  Redcliffe Style is a light-hearted blog about lifestyle, fashion, beauty and food.
Blog – http://www.redcliffestyle.com
Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/Redcliffe.Style 








4 Comments on Guest Post : Review Of TK’s Lashes

  1. Jodi
    30/12/2011 at 9:19 am (3 years ago)

    Wow, I’ve seen the TK’s Lashes in a salon & thought they looked a little too expensive, especially when I couldn’t be sure if they really worked… but I think I might give them a try now, I’m actually very excited & now zoning into my beauty trance… must have… must have… there is no point fighting it!!!

    Ling Reply:

    @Jodi, LOL…can’t fight temptation when it comes to beautifying oneself :D

  2. charmaine
    20/01/2012 at 10:34 am (3 years ago)

    pls advise me of how much TKS LASHES

    Ling Reply:

    @charmaine, The price is mentioned in the post ;)