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I bought these to compare to the more expensive lashes on the market and the difference is very clear. These lashes feel stiff and some came off the strip with blobs of stuff on them. I think these would be great for practicing, but for three pounds more you can get good quality lashes. My friend who let me try these lashes on her told me she could feel them and they didn't feel very nice compared to what I usually use, I think these lashes should be cheaper than what they are really.
So used this with lash base adhesive and didn’t work at all, the lashes get damage very easy just by holding with the tweezer, they fall all after a couple of hours, please don’t say is the glue, cause I did on the same day with the same glue and I used cachemere lashes and that still are attached =)
Not bad for beginners but one thing I was extremely disappointed by was how the lash bends when you pick them up and leaves an indent no matter which tweezers you use, it leaves the lashes looking weird due to this
At first, they look STUNNING. Can't ask for more then that (well, maybe for a paper packaging, but whatever save the trees amiright ?). But after three weeks, my customer came back with flat lashes through her hybrid set. It dragged the volume lashes down and covered her eyes, making them look sad. You can fairly guess that both of us were totally bummed out. But hey, they were 12$. It was worth a try.
I got curl D and honestly it was more like C... the lashes also where thick at the tip of the lash which made them look super fake and awkward when it was on the lash. Didn’t love the product as much:(