Lashes as light as air,
Heavy eyelids no more!
Falsies are not new to me. In my previous job, I wear them every time I go to work. Hunting down a good pair can take quite a while and so far these are the things I look out for when considering them:
1. Lash Bone
The band that holds the individual strands of lashes. I'm not particularly fussy over this because as mentioned, I'm quite used to wearing lashes. I hate those that are extremely hard and inflexible, but anything ranging from average to extremely soft, or even those transparent options, are always a good choice. Occasionally I don't mind it being a little structured because that helps pushes onto the lids and viola, instant double eyelids!
I like 3 types. Those that "grow" straight out, easily available. Those that crisscross but intersects near the middle leaving the ends fluttery, and not too heavy looking. And those that resembles little "U"s & "V"s at the lash bone, leaving the ends considerably straight (like the Girly Flare 06 ones from Miche Bloomin' Dream Lashes below!). Most of these are handmade, commonly sold in Taiwan.
Material wise, I like them soft and natural looking, think real lashes. Not too glossy, nothing too plastic.
I am not one to splurge on 100% mink lashes. I will go as far as paying for handmade, "real hair" falsies, or just ones that the number of re-use justifies the price.
So, I got to say, being completely new to the Miche Bloomin' Dream Lashes, I am a believer! (:
[Miche Bloomin' Dream Lashes - Girly Flare 06 by Miche Bloomin']
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S o f t
Handmade from a highly resistant type of polyester instead of synthetic fiber, these dream lashes are as soft as real lashes. With a thread-like transparent lash bone, eye irritation is no longer an issue.
Definitely one of the softest lashes I've worn, and it looks crazy natural!
L i g h t
Carefully manufactured to be 20% lighter than the average falsies in the market, they are literally a breeze to put on! So lightweight you can wear them the entire day without realizing.
In fact, being someone who's used to wearing falsies, I cannot feel a thing with these lashes on. I can't quite believe how easy to wear and comfortable they are. One attempt and they're on!
F i n e
Having problems with coarse and thick falsies that look unreal? These dream lashes mimic our lash hair so well with their ultra thin lash strands and tapered lash tip, even the texture is similar.
Fluttery lashes! I'm in love! <3
Besides the price, I think these lashes are an absolute investment. I'm not sure how many times they can be re-worn but I will whip them out for a glamorous evening dinner, definitely!
I am impressed.
Available at all Sasa outlets from April 2015, these lashes retails at SGD$19.90 for a set of 4 pairs.
Till the next!