CLAIM TO FAME: A pack of pretty falsies that add some natural oomph to any eye look
FAST FACTS: Short, slightly spiky shape; adds tons of volume; blends seamlessly into your natural lash line; creates an edgy yet wearable look
PERFECT FOR: Adding some drama to almond eyes
WHAT YOU GET: (1) set No. 12 (Baby Crush)
Carefully remove the lashes from the box. If necessary, trim them to fit your lash line. Lay a thin strip of glue onto the band and wait until it gets sticky. Place the lashes as close as you can to your lash line. Press lightly across the lash and hold down the ends for a few seconds to secure them in place.
To remove the lashes, hold one end of the lash strip and gently peel them off.
If you plan to reuse the lashes, carefully remove the glue with a cotton bud soaked in eye makeup remover. Then, soak the lashes in rubbing alcohol for up to five minutes to sterilize. Store them back in the box.
Back in the 1927, Koji Kobayashi started a small company that sold headdresses and hair ornaments. By the late 1940’s, that same company produced Japan’s first brand of falsies, followed by the country’s first eyebrow pencil. Since then, the Koji cosmetics company has continued to grow year after year, constantly churning out quality products on the cutting edge of innovation and design. Today, Koji still produces some of the world’s most coveted makeup must-haves. As far as great companies go, Koji is one that has definitely been able to stand the test of time.
This pair really pumps up my lash line and adds a whole lot of volume. Love how the hairs are so soft and fluttery! Fluttery lashes always make my eyes look more feminine. Despite having thicker or more hairs, this pair still felt very light. Made of good quality too so I’m able to use it quite a number of times.over 2 years ago
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