Price: (To be updated)
Place Bought: TFS SM Northwing City Cebu
Product Content: 1 pair of falsies + Glue
Hellloooo from QC! Photos were taken when I was still in Ubec! :D
Yes, another falsies to feature here on my blog. Who's an addict like me? ヾ(*´∇`)ﾉ I just love 'em even though people around me find it kinda weird wearing these on ordinary days. I don't get to go to special occasions very often now so why wait for it to come just to wear these gorgeous falsies?
Taking a break from Etude House Clear Line falsies, here is The Faceshop's Eyelashes. I literally squeaked when I saw this at TFS! I was looking for falsies with this kind of shape and lucky me I got the last pair!
I think this is an instruction manual on how to use the falsies assuming with the step bu step photo seen on the first and second photo above.
From short to long strands of hair, obviously, this will make doll like eyes.
Though this pair is not curled compared to the EH falsies but you can always use your favorite eyelash curler to curl them.
Can you see those really thin strands? They make the falsies look naturally thick! I've heard from youtube gurus that the crisscross falsies look more natural than those that aren't. I noticed that most of the Asian falsies have this kind of strands and they really make the eyes naturally doll like looking. (Do I make any sense? Hahahahaha)
|Fuller lashes! Thanks to the short, thin lashes in between|
What can I say? Your eyebrows aren't twins, they are just sisters. Hahahaha Anyhoo, can you see how the falsies makes my eyes more round? No, I'm not using circle lenses.
|I'm loving popsicle (gradient) lips lately!|