Product: Kiss Falscara Eyelash Kit
Where to Buy: Ulta
Step 1: Brush a light coat of Bond on natural lashes. A little goes a long way!
Step 2: Use the Falscara Eyelash Applicator to pluck a WISP from the tray. Pick up a Wisp from the middle-outer end for optimal control and application. One by one, gently place the Wisps underneath the base of your natural lashes, slightly away from the waterline.
Step 3: Dab on a thin coat of Seal under Wisps to eliminate any sticky residue and hold Wisps in place!
Kiss Falscara Eyelash Kit Review:
As someone with fairly small eyes and lashes that grow downward, applying falsies was always a challenge. I love the look, but the droop was getting me down. At first, I thought it was my technique. Then, I figured maybe it was just the size. No matter what I tried, my false lashes always looked heavy, downtrodden, and uncomfortable. The only ones I was able to get away with were the natural, short, individual wisps.
I turned to lash extensions for a while, but after a few bald spots, crazy high prices, and patchiness during grow-out, that too took a backseat. I resigned myself to wispy, thin lashes. Yes, maybe not the most enviable, but at least I could get through the day without a track of lashes poking my eye.
When I heard of the Lashify system, I got intrigued, but wasn’t ready to plop down another $200 for a system that might not work for my eyes. Plus, so many reviews indicated it’s a bit of a learning curve and not as quick and easy to apply as it seems. Then, Kiss released their Falscara kit. For $20, I was willing to experiment.
After reading the directions, which seemed way too simple for some reason, I prepared myself for at least 30 minutes of hell. I always say if it seems too easy, it probably is. I was wrong this time.
After swiping on the bond mascara and getting it close to the lashline, I picked up one of the wisps with the lash applicator tweezers. This was literally the hardest part since the wisps are in the packaging fairly securely. I lifted my lash a little bit and placed a wisp underneath. The first time it didn’t attach well, so I slid it off immediately and got it closer to the lashline. It was in. Just like that, I had a long clump of lashes at the outer corner of my eye that looked seamless, natural, long, dark, and SECURE.
I kid you not, I started texting all my friends about it. This little kit is MAGIC, and the learning curve is about a minute. In a span of two minutes tops, I had a lashline full of beautiful, long lashes that were unbelievably comfortable. This is it, guys and gals. This is my ticket to lush lashes forever. 100% recommended!
BOND – Ingredients: Ethylhexyl Acrylate, Water, Propylene Glycol, Biotin, Benzalkonium Chloride, Chlorine Dioxide, p-Anisic Acid, Black 2 NET WT 4.5 g (0.15 oz.)
SEAL – Ingredients: Isododecane, Water, Trimethylsiloxysilicate, Beeswax, VP/Eicosene Copolymer, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Wax, Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax, Paraffin, Polypropylsilsesquioxane, Ethylenediamine/Stearyl Dimer Dilinoleate Copolymer, Disteardimonium Hectorite, Polybutene, Alcohol Denat., Propylene Carbonate, Phenoxyethanol, Panthenol, Tocopheryl Acetate, Ethyl Hexanediol
- Biotin helps strengthen hair and skin, but since it’s topical in the bond formula, the effects are unknown.
- Alcohol denat can be extremely drying and a controversial skincare ingredient. However, since this formula does not touch your skin, it won’t have the same effects.
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- Ease of Use10
- Cruelty Free5
thanks for this review, it is refreshingly honest and to the point. These lashes look great, I am going to give them a try as I have the same problems as you