Find out where to get Red Cherry lashes
If you’re asking where you can get Red Cherry lashes, you’ve come to the right place. I’m going to tell you where to find them at fantastic prices.
Not only that, I’m going to help you sort through the overwhelming variety of Red Cherry eyelashes so that you can find your right style. To assist you I’ve compiled a comparison chart and lists of Red Cherry lashes sorted by type and style number. I’ll also give you my review and recommendations from each category.
Kim Kardashian, with her trademark glam eyelashes, is the most famous person known for wearing Red Cherry lashes. Beyond that, you may not know Red Cherry lashes are made from human hair and are inexpensive. So let’s take a look at what Red Cherry has to offer.
Choosing the right Red Cherry lashes for you
I’m always on the hunt for the perfect eyelash and in my quest I’ve tried several different styles of Red Cherry lashes. I couldn’t find them in any stores in my area, but they’re readily available online at Amazon and eBay.
But before you go shopping, you need to figure out what you’re looking for. Unless you see them side by side, it’s kind of hard to tell the difference between styles and also get perspective on how long and full they really are. The following comparison chart will help you with the selection process.
Below that are lists of Red Cherry lashes sorted by category: natural, day and evening glamour, ultimate drama. These lists are in numerical order by style number.
Once you have the style numbers of the Red Cherry lashes you like, you can check them out on Amazon and eBay.
Comparison chart of Red Cherry false eyelashes by style number
This chart shows the different styles side by side.
Image credit: Amazon
Red Cherry lashes for the natural look—subtle to moderate length and volume
List of Red Cherry natural lashes (image credit: Lynda Makara)
Red Cherry lashes for day or evening glamour—moderate to full length and volume
List of Red Cherry glamour lashes (image credit: Lynda Makara)
Red Cherry lashes for ultimate drama—extreme length or volume
List of Red Cherry glamour lashes (image credit: Lynda Makara)
Red Cherry lower lashes—all lengths and volumes
List of Red Cherry lower lashes (image credit: Lynda Makara)
Photo credit: Cherry by joka2000 (Vietnam), on Flickr
My review of Red Cherry eyelashes
Choosing false eyelashes is a very personal thing, but here’s my opinion of Red Cherry lashes. I like the fact that they’re made from human hair, they’re well made, durable and cheaper than most other brands.
I’ve tried styles from every category, natural, day/evening glamour and drama, and here are my thoughts on each:
- Natural. (Subtle to moderate length and volume.) Lashes described as subtle are too subtle for me. Since my own lashes are barely there, adding subtle false eyelashes does not make much difference. I end up having to build them up with mascara and then they just look okay. But they would be good to try for someone who’s new to false eyelashes.I much prefer the ones categorized as moderate and my favorite one is Red Cherry #28.
- Day or evening glamour. (Moderate to full length and volume.) There are several that I like from this category because they have a little bit of drama but you can still wear them during the day. My favorite from this category is Red Cherry #DW because of the way they crisscross at the base. I also like Red Cherry #110 and Red Cherry #415 which remind me of my beloved Ardell Wispies.
- Ultimate drama. (Extreme length or volume.) Okay, these are really out there. Most of them would only be appropriate for a club, performing on stage or walking the red carpet like Kim Kardashian. And these lashes being so long and thick means that the bands are also thicker and, therefore, not as comfortable to wear. For example, Red Cherry #138 were too long, too straight and the band was constantly poking my eyelid. I did not like these at all. My favorite from this category is Red Cherry #523. They’re a little long but the volume is just about right. They seem fairly comfortable as well. Check out Aileen’s Beauty/Fashion blog to see beautiful pictures of Red Cherry #523 being worn, as well as #117, #79, #203, #43 and #101.
Red Cherry “natural” lashes on Amazon
If you’re not sure what style will look flattering on you, it’s a good idea to try a few different styles. You can find a lot of variety on Amazon and usually for lower prices than you can find at your local beauty supply store.
The following is a small sampling of lashes that are suitable for daytime wear. They give your eyes a little more emphasis but no one will know you’re wearing falsies. You’ll be able to wear these every day. Once you get the hang of it, you’ll find it quicker to apply false eyelashes than to mess around with layers of mascara.
My favorite style from this category is #28.
Red Cherry “day/evening” lashes on Amazon
If you like a little more drama but still want your lashes to look believable, choose some styles from this section. Some of these looks are spiky, some are wispy and some are the same thickness straight across. I think the ones with a little texture are more natural looking. These are the lashes where the individual hairs are not all the same length.
My favorites from this category are the Red Cherry #DW for their wispy texture.
More styles are available than are shown here.
Red Cherry “dramatic” lashes on Amazon
If you really want to stand out in a crowd, choose from these dramatic looks. Ladies, if your style is bold and flamboyant, you’ll be drawn to these ultra glamorous eyelashes. These are great for clubbing and parties. But the trade off here for the extra drama is a little less comfort due to the weight and the thickness of the bands.
My favorite style from this category is #523.
This is just a sampling of the dramatic Red Cherry false eyelashes from Amazon.
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Photo credit: Red cherries by jerryw387, on Flickr