|Would buy this product again.||83%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I absolutely swear by these ones!
I believe there is no need to buy 15USD MAC ones, because these seem to do same great job and they are so so affordable.
Trick is to know how to apply these, but when you do - you will seriously enjoy the great price tag and quality of these.
They look very natural and give the most flattering velvety eye effect. I find them to be absolutely comfy to wear and it is easy to apply and remove these at the end of a day.
Photograph beautifully and never look fake!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I'm very new to the false eyelash emporium and I could kick myself for waiting so long. I was very nervous about application, but these lashes are easier than I thought, and they really look natural. I will write agan when the week goes by for the durability of these lashes, but so far so good
This is the second segment to this review. The lashes have been in place for 4-5 days and they are in great shape.. They haven't crimped or bent so far. I have watched a few instructional videos on care about these eyelashes, and they recommended a oil-free makeup remover, and I use Neutrogena oil free makeup remover( not the wipes) and apply it with qtips so I don't rub against the base of the lashes. So far this is working very well and I will definitely include these lashes as a staple in my makeup kit.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I love this! I use the normal DUO adhesive for this so I have to remove it everything I use it. I use about 3-4 per eye and it looks really natural but better than mascara! And removing it is so much easier than mascara! I can reuse them about 2-3 times before they get wonky. Love love love them!!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Red Eyes: Hazel
I love this product, but only use it if you want lashes to last for weeks to over a month! I usually buy the combo pack for long at the fringe and shorter for the inner eyelashes. If applied properly with enough Lashtite adhesive, these lashes are actually very difficult to remove, they are not "easily removed with Lashfree" despite the claim on the package, and you will definitely lose some of your natural lashes when removing them. That said, I love the "pop" they give my eyes. I usually use 12 to 15 per eye, starting in the middle and working out to the edge then inwards. I frequently replenish the adhesive (I use clear, I have read reviews here that the black is easier to work with and better for hold, as if you need more hold!) in foil (new drops) as it dries quite quickly while you are working with it. I use tweezers and hold a small mirror above my eye so I can line them up perfectly as to the angle and placement. If I want maximum hold bond I will place some adhesive under the lash as well later (with tweezers) after they have "cured" to really bond them. I have used as many as 30 or more per eye if I want a dramatic look. If you "seal them" with a coat of waterproof (and it is!) Covergirl Marathon Mascara (the next day after they have totally "cured"), they will really last! I think you can still buy it at target, though it is listed as discontinued (too bad!) As to removal, use the Ardell Lashfree (if you can find it) and they suggest you use an eyeliner brush, I found this did not work well, not enough remover can be applied. If you use Q-tips one under and one over the lash and rub back and forth after letting it initially soak in they will eventually let go usually taking some of your own with them. If you want a maintenance free great look that lasts at least weeks to over a month these are the way to go!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
I'm so frustrated! This was my first time using false lashes so I made a few mistakes when I applied them. I tried using the remover that the starter kit comes with & it is not nearly as effective as it needs to be. It is really painful trying to get these things off. I'm now really frustrated & sad because I lost (and am losing) my natural eyelashes in the process. ;(
As for how they look.. They look alright. I prefer the way my eyelashes look when they have mascara on them than how the false lashes look.
PROS: I don't have to wear mascara. CONS: They won't come off & i'm losing my precious eyelashes ;((((( I guess I got what i paid for.
RIP eyelashes 3
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I love these :)
Looks very natural and you can create your own look ^_^ even at school :)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
AMAZING PRODUCT!!! :) looks natural and lovely long, medium are perfect for daily use :)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
If I'm going to buy individual false lashes again, I'll buy these again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
These are a staple in my makeup kit. They're very easy to apply. I took off a lippie because they're hard too find! I wish my local big box store, or even Walgreens or CVS carried them. It's really a pain to get them shipped form the internet all the time.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I searched high and low for knot-free individual falsies and finally went to Sally's (they only sell the knotted kind at Target, Walmart & Walgreens). I use shorts & mediums (longs are much too long unless you have insanely long lashes). I used the DUO individual lash glue to put these on - at first i followed the instructional video on the website that said to dip the lash in glue then brush the dipped end along your own lashes for better bonding but this is a big mistake b/c this glue dries shiny and for the pieces that i did that with look terrible extremely stiff and very shiny...clearly fake. The ones where i didnt follow this technique look much much better.
Overall these lashes are awesome but are a bit tricky. Be careful to apply them to your own lashes and NOT onto your lid, but don't apply them too far from the root or it looks odd as well. If you do it right it looks really nice and natural.