Wednesday, 28 October 2020

Kiss Falscara - The New Way To Lash

I was really lucky to attend a live masterclass event with celebrity makeup artists Lisa Laudat and Kiss Lashes to learn all about the new Falscara Lashes. 
Kiss Falscara - The New Way To Lash
Kiss Falscara - The New Way To Lash
Described as being the 'New Way To Lash' if you are a fan of false lashes then you will absolutely love these offerings.  Kiss Falscara Lashes includes wisps which have a unique microband and featherlight fibres which you place under your natural lashes rather than above them!

I am slightly picky about false lashes, I have used a particular brand for years because I can apply them without thinking about it, they don't require glues and faffing about, so I was a little apprehensive to try something new.  However, it is 2020 and this year hasn't been quite like any we had imagined, so on a few occasions I have moved out of my comfort zone and just tried something new - this is one of those occasions!
Kiss Falscara - The New Way To Lash
Kiss Falscara - The New Way To Lash
As you can see, the Wisps are individual sections of lashes which give you the option to decide how many you want to apply if you choose not to use them all and they come in three designs:
  • Lengthening which give a very soft and subtle length
  • Volumizing which give that fluttery voluminous look
  • Lifting which give that flirty bounce and flare
I was really shocked at how easy these lashes are to apply, years of not moving out of my comfort zone assumed I would find them too fiddly, but it is quite the reverse.  As shown above, the lashes come with a Bond and Seal tube plus a patent pending applicator to help make the application much more straightforward.

The Applicator has a uniquely designed angled tip which makes grasping and applying the lashes really easy and whether you are right handed or left handed (in my case I can use both) the tool is just as easy to use.

The Bond and Seal was the item which intrigued me the most. I am not a fan of Lash Glue at all and usually always opt for pre-glued lashes. With the Bond it is described as having a non-damaging formula which primes the lashes ready for the Wisps.  It is also infused with Biotin to help promote Lash growth.  The Seal, which is formulated with Vitamin E, helps to remove any tacky residue whilst at the same time keeping the Wisps in place all day.
Kiss Falscara - The New Way To Lash
Kiss Falscara - The New Way To Lash
Once your lashes are fixed in place, for me, the removal is the bit I always look forward to the least, I am always terrified I might pull out some of my natural lashes, hence my aversion to lash glue!  With Falscara, they have cleverly included a Remover within the collection and it makes the task in hand so straightforward to complete.

The Remover, which is infused with soothing rosewater works to provide a gentle and easy way to remove the lashes as well as the Bond and Seal and for me, this is where it differs from other products I have used to remove my lashes.  All you need to do is saturate a cotton pad and hold it over the eye for around 10 seconds and the lashes literally come away from your eyes.
Kiss Falscara - The New Way To Lash
There is a lot of helpful hints on how best to apply these lashes and a really helpful video which I watched after the Zoom event to ensure I had got a good understanding on ensuring I got the application just right.

Prices for these lashes start at £8.99 and for the complete kit which includes lashes and the Bond and Seal as well as the Applicator costs £24.99 and all available via Superdrug.












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11 comments:

  1. I haven’t wore false lashes in literally a decade. I tried them last year but they looked AWFUL and I just couldn’t get them on! I think it’s likely the brand I was using too. This all sounds amazing and I love the sound of the remover as well. It’s always horrible peeling eyelashes off your eyes!

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  2. These look fab - lashes have definitely come on more since I last wore any which was probably 12 years ago! xx

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  3. These look great! I don't tend to wear false lashes now but used to xx

    Tiffany x www.foodandotherloves.co.uk

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  4. I am the worst at applying lashes, so I have no iddea if I would cope with applying them under

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  5. Ahh they look and sound lovely. I miss wearing false lashes. They totally change your appearance.

    https://littlemissmelanie.com/

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  6. I can’t remember the last time I wore false lashes! These look really good though xx

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  7. I always hear amazing things about their lashes x

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  8. They sound so interesting, I don't think I've ever seen any you apply under your natural lashes before. I'd love to try these out x

    Sophie
    www.glowsteady.co.uk

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  9. I really like the concept of these. Applying them underneath your own lashes is something I haven't tried before. They are a great price too!

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  10. These sound so unique and I love that they come with a remover too! x

    Beautylymin

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  11. These lashes look gorgeous!

    www.upyourvlog.com | www.tillyandrouge.co.uk

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