Calling All Princesses, Primark's Selling Disney-Themed Eyelashes

While a ballgown, glass slippers and tiara might not be practical for everyday wear, Primark's got an alternative for all us princesses.

The bargain brand has just launched a gorgeous range of fake eyelashes which are all Disney princess themed. It's like a fairy tale come true, right?

Whether you love a natural lash look or want to go for full on glam, there are loads of beautiful designs to choose from, so you can embody your favourite Disney gal. From Princess Jasmine, Ariel the mermaid and Aurora aka Sleeping Beauty, there will be something for everyone in the range.

As you've probably guessed, these lashes are a bloody bargain from Primark, and you can pick up a pack of falsies for just a couple of quid, but they don't include any glue (you've probably already got a million in the bottom of your make-up bag anyway).

Facebook page Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK first shared the pretty lashes on social media, and it looks like they are going to be very popular with shoppers.


If you don't fancy yourself as a Disney princess, then don't worry dolls, as Primark has loads of other fierce lashes that you can use instead.

With prices starting as low as just as a couple of quid, you can't go wrong really.

The guys over at Primark have loads of other fun Disney princess products on the shelves, including these gorgeous Disney bath bombs for whenever you fancy having a bit of a pamper.

The incredible find was first brought to our attention by Disneyfind and we just can't believe how cheap they are - £2.50.

Whether you want to embrace your inner Elsa or your inner Ariel as you splash around in your tub, there is something for everyone to pop in their bath.

Featured Image Credit: Extreme Couponing And Bargains UK

Rachel Andrews

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