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REVEALED: This is why Laura from Love Island's lashes are so long

The Islander's beauty secret revealed…

Laura Sutcliffe
Fashion and Beauty News Editor
4 July 2018
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For the past month, Love Island is the show that the entire nation has been obsessed over. Head to Instagram, Twitter and Facebook after 9pm and you will notice that your social media feed is taken up with Britain's most popular reality fest. The famous Majorca villa, which houses the glamorous islanders, is our ideal holiday destination right now. As well as the dramas over Jack and Dani (and his ex), and Georgia's heartbreak, we have also been obsessing over Laura Anderson's eyelashes. While being wooed by newcomer Jack, he complimented the 29-year-old about her super long lashes, and she replied: "These are my own eyelashes!" Earlier in the show, she was seen applying what looked to be eyelash serum as part of her beauty routine.

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Laura Anderson was seen applying eyelash serum 

Bingo! We have a feeling it could be Revitalash – a liquid formula which is used to strengthen the lashes, protecting them from breakages and brittleness. You simply apply a small layer to clean dry lashes above the level of the skin daily and watch them grow from strength to strength.


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We also spoke to Emma-Jo at Clinic Privée who believes the majority of the Love Island ladies have eyelash extensions, which keep that all-important glamorous, wide-eyed look at all times.

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"Initially you want to do your research on good lashes as some will 'wilt' in the sun," She explains. Danni Dyer should take note – who can forget when she was pictured blow drying her lashes at the start of the series? Emma-Jo added: "The key to long lasting lash extensions in the sun is oil-free. The Love Island girls have been in the Villa for over three weeks now, so being in the sun for that amount of time takes its strain on lash extensions so be sure to use an oil-free eye makeup remover daily to remove any build-up of dead skin cells and makeup."

The eye expert also explains that lash extensions need to be kept clean. She advised: "Twice a week it is important to use an oil-free foaming lash cleanser to remove any bacteria and other impurities from eyelashes and most importantly, keep brushing them daily to keep them looking their very best."

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