I didn't have majorly high hopes for the quality, assuming that it'd be the same as any old celebrity make-up line- the same-old crap churned out in shiny new packaging. Yet, I can (gladly) admit that I was totally wrong in my first thoughts. The range of false lashes in particular (I cannot vouch for the rest of the make-up line) seems to have been really well thought-out, with each set sporting a slightly different design, style, volume and length. There are 6 different designs- enough to find something for everyone.
The 'Pretty Lady' set are absolutely gorgeous, and remind me a lot of the Kiss false lash range which I love so dearly. They are the perfect length; enough to give you a good flutter but still look totally natural. Like most other falsies, I do find them a bit too long, but this is easily fixed by measuring them up and trimming off any excess before you apply the glue. The glue is fairly decent- it does the job but I still prefer to use the glue from Kiss false lashes as it truly is second to none.
If you've read any of my other false lash reviews, you'll know what I mean when I fan-girl over the fact that these lashes cross over each other at the strip base. This tight criss-cross design is perfect for trichotillomania or hair loss sufferers who have no or sparse lashes. It effectively disguises the lack of lashes underneath, rather than being able to see through the gaps between each lash, and gives the most natural effect. These particular ones are fab for passing off as your own due to the natural length too.
I would certainly consider re-purchasing these. They honestly rival my all-time favourite Kiss lashes; they are equally lightweight, flexible and easy to apply whilst looking just as natural. While they come in at a quid more (£5.49), they are definitely worth picking up and trying out, especially if they're on offer.
What do you think of Tanya Burr's make-up range? Which bits have you tried?