Hi again, beauties! I can’t believe it’s already August, this year is flying by! Aside from it being the final month of summer break, it’s also the second most popular month for weddings. So, in honor of all you beautiful bride-to-be’s, I’ll be featuring several bridal inspired posts throughout the next few weeks – starting with this review of two stunning pair of Esqido false lashes that are guaranteed to make any bride happy!
If you didn’t catch my previous Esqido review, here’s a little run down about the lashes. They are made with naturally shed mink hair, and promise to be the softest, lightest, and most natural looking falsies you’ll ever wear. They feature hand crafted cotton bands, and can be worn up to 25 times. Plus, you get a 60 day guarantee and 10% off your first purchase!
Each pair of lashes comes packaged in a stunning white box (which you can use to store your falsies), and include a care and instructional booklet. You’ll have to purchase lash glue separately, but Esqido offers a reasonably priced option for just $10.
Oh So Sweet retails for $32, and features long criss-crossed lashes that come to a peak in the middle. They are soft, ultra fine, and give the eye a fluttery effect. Depending on your eye shape/size, you’ll have to trim them for optimal results, but the quality of the lashes will not be compromised!
Miss Dolly retails for $35, and features evenly distributed lashes that gradually increase in length. They leave behind a doll-like effect that’s soft, playful, and full of volume. They aren’t as long as Oh So Sweet, so the results aren’t as dramatic, but they still add loads of volume. Like Oh So Sweet, I also had to trim these, but doing so was quick and easy!
The lashes in action
Both styles are super comfy, and because they are so lightweight you don’t even feel like you’re wearing falsies – something every bride can appreciate! Their high quality cotton bands retain their shape, so you’re able to get loads of wear time, and they look natural on the lash line. They don’t shed, and they never look heavy or obviously fake.
If you’re in the market for a pair of durable falsies that don’t irritate the eyes, I highly suggest Oh So Sweet and Miss Dolly. My other favorite pair, Unforgettable, is another great option as well. Whether you’re a bride-to-be, or just looking to amp up your lashes, you won’t be disappointed with Esqido!
Have you tried Esqido Lashes? What style is your favorite?
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