Falsies Galore

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Ever since I learned how to use false eyelashes I've been hooked into buying all sorts of falsies.  I don't use them regularly but I set them aside for my clients.  It's fun to try out different types of false eyelashes, since this is the only way I get to test and know which lashes work best for clients.

 left XLH, right #02
I love these two false eyelashes from The Face Shop especially the one the left.  I just like how my lashes look so full with just a flick on the sides with the XLH variant.  Even though these are synthetic, I like how thin the band is.  In addition to that, I like the Face Shop lash adhesive that comes with each pair.  I originally wanted to purchase the full size lash glue/adhesive from the Face Shop, but it's always out of stock.  Thus, I keep repurchasing their eyelashes since it comes with a glue which is the same quality as the full sized one. This retails for only Php 115.00 pesos.

 

I was literally all smiles when I saw this pair of lashes. It's the first pair I bought that came with a set of lower lashes.  I've never used false lower eyelashes before since they are really hard to find. So, I'm really excited to try this.  I bought this at Fooda Super Market here in Cebu, I'm not sure where else to find this. It retails for only Php 40.00 pesos.

 
made in Indonesia
I found these Miss Adoro Eyelashes on ebay.ph from a seller called Balikbayanbargains.  I've never tried Human Hair lashes, so this is a first.  Just look how lush and fine these lashes are. I can't wait to try these out, I'm just saving them for a special occasion.  These are Php 135.00 pesos each plus shipping, so it becomes pricy because of additional shipping fee.

By the way, if you are interested to buy Human Hair false eyelashes you can also check out Dolled Up Makeup Studio & Supply on Facebook. They sell Wink falsies for only Php 150.00 a pair. Just click their photos and go to False Lashes and Accessories Album, you will see tons for beautiful falsies like the one below.
I also liked the natural false eyelashes being sold at Landmark. I bought a few pairs during my short stay in Manila last June (click HERE), now I want more of their natural lashes. It's only Php 45.00 pesos each.

If you can't find the full sized tube of the Face Shop eyelash glue, you can opt to try out the Andrea ModLash Adhesive found at Beauty Bar or you can also buy it from the Dolled Up Makeup Studio & Supply. They are both are reasonably priced at around Php200.00 and it works great.

Until next time.

Cheerios!
***Hollie***

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16 Comments

  1. I am looking for a good eye-lash glue. I am still trying to experiment on using falsies so I bought the cheapest ones, those that costs P10 at Unitop but I'm scared to use the glue that comes with it.

    Can you recommend a good one?

    -A Hint of Sunlight

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    1. I highly recommend the Lash Adhesive from the Face Shop, the full tube only costs Php198.00 pesos or you can try the Andrea ModLash Adhesive which is available at Beauty Bar for only Php195.00 pesos. Either of the two works great.

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  2. i don't know how to put false lashes :( i should practice!

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    1. I had the same problem a couple of years ago, but I had to learn using them as I would need to do so on clients...hehehe... all it takes is practice and an awesome lash glue. ^_^

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  3. I'm inlove with falsies too! and since hindi ko talaga sha malagay ng tama on me, every night talaga, try ako ng try. lol :D The one from Nature Republic comes with a glue too and they look so natural on me so carry lang. In time, mapeperfect ko din yan! :D thanks for the tip! I was looking for the human hair type and will try your pick :)

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    1. that's right, keep practicing you'll get it right soon.

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  4. Wow! I actually don't use much falsies... Just during makeovers. I want to try those from The Face Shop! ♥

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    1. I hoard lashes, coz I use them for clients. but I don't personally wear them on a regular basis.

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  5. I have a few sets of falsies but I don't really use them. I'm afraid they'll look weird kasi my eyes are a bit small. But maybe hindi lang ako sanay. Your post reminded me to open my lash box again. Hihi

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    1. You should try the Face Shop XLH lashes sis, it looks great on small eyes.

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  7. those falsies look awesome! I can never put them on properly though haha

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  8. miss adoro lashes look awesome!! I can't believe I don't own a pair lol

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  9. I would love to try some of those Miss Adoro lashes, they look so natural and great quality!

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  10. Hi Ms. Hollie,
    I've been wanting to try falsies for a LONG time! But I'm afraid coz I don't know how to apply it. Does it hurt when taking it out? Any advice?
    I'm also your newest follower! (^_^)

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    1. I felt the same thing when I was just starting out. I had now clue how to put it on, so I just watched random tutorials on youtube. The first few times I tried it was a disaster. I was even using a generic lash glue at the time which I bought at a dept. store. Just practice until you get it right.

      As for taking it off, it doesn't hurt one bit if you use a good Makeup Remover. All you need to do is the soak a facial cotton with makeup remover then press it on your lashes for a few seconds before you start to slowly pull them down. ^_^

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