Kiss® Looks So Natural Lashes
KISS introduces a new brand of lashes. Made with a revolutionary technology that creates tapered ends, KISS Looks So Natural lashes blend seamlessly with natural lashes. Significantly lighter in weight than traditional lashes, the wearer can barely feel them on; 97% of women who wore these lashes felt the difference! These feathery, soft lashes are available in various styles, from natural to dramatic looks.
How to Apply:
- Check fit of lash to your natural lash line; trim if needed.
- Apply KISS adhesive to lash line; wait 30 seconds for glue to become tacky before applying for better adhesion.
- Use the applicator to apply lashes along natural lash line and hold, allowing adhesive to dry completely.
- Revolutionary Tapered End Technology
- Users Feel the Lightweight Difference from Traditional Lashes.
- Use with KISS Adhesive for Best Results.
KISS Looks So Natural lashes are available for $3.99 at CVS, Walgreens and Walmart stores nationwide. For more information and how-to videos, visit. KISSusa.com.see more...
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- "I don't think I'll wear fake eyelashes on a regular basis, but on date night these will definitely be my go to to make myself feel even more great about my appearance." in 93 reviews
- "I recieved a pair of Kiss lashes in my DL Voxbox, after trying these on for the first time I can say that I'm really happy with them." in 90 reviews
- "I don't always feel comfortable wearing false eyelashes but these are so worth it, very comfortable not too out there they're just right." in 77 reviews
- "Never used fake eye lashes and probably never will, my eye lashes are way too long, if I tried them on I'd cause hurricane winds lol." in 47 reviews
- "I've never worn them before I had another pair that was a cheaper brand I wore those for a few days to compare to the kiss." in 45 reviews
GURL... these lashes really do it for me! I think my favorite part about the I-ENVY line is that there are SOOO many choices. I like Wispy lashes and try to avoid the thick ghetto "Lamb Chop's play along" looking lashes You probably know a CNA who's wearing some right now as we speak. *NO SHADE*
These lashes are bomb.com at my beauty supply store they are ridiculously $3.99 ! Haven't put forth effort to find them else where or online but 4 dollars for some lashes is a bit high don't you think? I am cheap as hell but damn. 4 dollars?
That's 4 mcchickens from Mcdonalds
That's 2 $2 dollar bags of Flamin hot fries... 1 more dollar and I coulda got a $5 dollar box from Popeyes!
They are really playing with my life out here!
The price varies by location but mine were $3.99 . Good quality lashes, Tons of variety, Reusable, I'd consider them drug store. Can be hard to find but GET CHU SOME!
Upon first inspection, the lashes looked pretty natural. Out of the box, they felt soft and very much how real lashes feel. So far, so good. Then came trying to get them off of the packaging.
The adhesive on the lash bands is very sticky, and can come off the plastic with the lashes, which means trying to carefully remove it before applying the glue. Despite how careful I was, a few lashes still came off while trying to remove the adhesive. It wasn't too bad, and didn't really affect the overall look of the lashes. However, I feel that it is worth mentioning.
Other than that, the lashes are easy to apply. These were only my second pair of falsies, and I haven't quite gotten the hang of it. To test them, I employed my husband as a guinea pig, and they were much easier for me to put on him than to try to do it to myself.
Although the lashes look and feel amazing, I'm not too pleased with the glue. Aside from the edges coming off the eyelid slightly, the glue ingredients are fairly questionable. However, the other brand that I tried had glue with similar ingredients. So, I guess it's just how falsies glue is made.
For those who are curious, the glue ingredients are: acrylates/ethyllhexyl acrylate copolymer, water (aqua, Eau), 2-bromo-2-nitropropan-1, 3-diol, methylchloroisothiazolinone, methylisothiazolinone
I strongly advise you to check out these ingredients on the EWG Skin Deep Cosmetics Database, before you use this glue. We've had no issue with irritation or allergic reactions, but the ingredients don't look to be too safe, according to EWG.
Word to the wise: the first time you use false eye lashes, make sure you have oodles of time on your hands! And a sleeping baby would be helpful too…
Needless to say, I was in a bit of a hurry when I was trying them out. Which is probably why I could feel one of them all day, and found myself super self conscious about it!
Anyway, they look kinda cool, but I already have pretty long lashes, and mascara and curler works just fine for me!
For me, the hardest part was getting them on and aligned properly with my lash line (in the end I think it made me look like I had eye liner in the middle of my eye lid…).
In the past when I’ve had pro makeup done, I recalled having all the eye makeup done first before the false lashes went on, so that’s what I did in this case. (Finally got a chance to use my Christmas present to myself - Urban Decay Naked 2 palette). The problem with this method though, was that the lash kept gluing to the makeup and then not sticking. So I think in future I would put the lashes on first and then the rest of my eye makeup.
I also found that it was best to work quickly - as soon as you get the glue on, start putting the lash on. Initially I was waiting too long I think, and it was making it harder to attach.
Anyway, these aren’t for me, but you can use them a bunch of times and are pretty cheap at $2.99 a pair.
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