A few weeks ago I featured the Esqido “Unforgettable” lashes which I fell in love with, it completely converted me over to cruelty free mink lashes and I can’t see myself going back to synthetics. I’m so excited that I now own another pair of these lashes which are the “Oh So Sweet” style. The lashes are criss-crossed which is something quite unique, I haven’t seen any with this overlapping style before. They accentuate my eyes naturally and give a beautiful flutter effect, they are also full but still natural looking. Even though they are perfect to wear both in the day and the evening I love to wear these on those occasions when I’m going somewhere in the daytime but want to dress up a little more, this tends to be lunch, an event, or even a day out somewhere.
Esiqdo false lashes are packaged in a luxurious white case with gold detailing, I’d recommend storing the lashes in the case to keep them protected. To remove the lashes I carefully rub along the cotton band and then peel off, after this I peel off any remains of lash glue which keeps them light and flexible. They will last around 25 uses so it’s important to take the correct care with them to ensure this.
Esqido pay a lot of attention to detail, each individual hair is carefully placed along the cotton band and they are crafted to a high standard. As they are made with a cotton band they are easy to apply and adjust as it’s more flexible. What I love most about mink lashes is that they are so comfortable to wear! Whilst wearing synthetic lashes I find that they can start to feel heavy and get uncomfortable after wearing them for a while, however these are weightless and after a few minutes it’s like you’re not even wearing them!
I thought I would show you what they look like without me wearing any mascara as you get a better feel of the true look of them, plus I love wearing them on their own. If you do decide to wear mascara with these I’d recommend applying that first and then applying the lashes after once it’s dried, just because you don’t want to damage them. These retail at £25 which is a lot more than synthetic lashes however as I mentioned before, they will last around 25 uses so works out to be just £1 a use! Overall these work out more inexpensive in the long run as I have never got more than one use out of a pair of synthetic lashes whereas these can be used multiple times. If you’re looking for lashes which give a natural flutter for the daytime then these might be what you’re looking for, if not have a look on their website as these are many different styles!