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Unread 08-02-2017, 04:43 PM   #1
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False bottom lashes

Anyone have any suggestions on some really good bottom lashes? I would prefer lash strips and not individual clusters or clumps.

I bought a set off of Amazon, but the lashes and the lash strips feel super plasticky. It felt REALLY itchy under my eyes too, so I'm looking for really good quality lashes that are comfy and can last (be reusable) for a while.
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Unread 08-02-2017, 08:46 PM   #2
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I don't use false bottom lashes myself (suuuuuper sensitive eyes), but somewhere you might want to look is where people into fashion get their false bottom lashes. I'm sure that there's resources for people into gyaru fashion entirely about false lashes and where the get them. I would think that lashes that people recommend to wear casually and not just with a cosplay would be more comfortable.
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Unread 08-02-2017, 11:58 PM   #3
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I get a pair of normal fake lashes and trim them in shape. Wear them upside down. Just get a pair with a thin strip and soft fibers. I got my previous ones from Sephora.
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Unread 08-03-2017, 03:59 PM   #4
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I'm sure that there's resources for people into gyaru fashion entirely about false lashes and where the get them.
That's a really good point, thanks for the suggestion! I'll look into it.

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I get a pair of normal fake lashes and trim them in shape. Wear them upside down. Just get a pair with a thin strip and soft fibers. I got my previous ones from Sephora.
I haven't worn Sephora's lashes before, are their bands thin and comfortable? I also haven't checked their lashes line in a while, but even with thin lashes I feel like I would butcher them as bottom lashes...lol.
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I've only used fake eyelashes a couple times (I'm a guy so yeah, I don' have so much use for them unless I do some really bishounen chars or crossdress) but I'd warmly recommend the popular Dolly Wink eyelashes, super comfortable and easy to apply! I didn't have any problems applying them with the glue that came in the package, they hold really well through the whole day and weren't uncomfortable (itchy, scratchy etc) in any way. From what I can tell they're really good quality too.
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I've only used fake eyelashes a couple times (I'm a guy so yeah, I don' have so much use for them unless I do some really bishounen chars or crossdress) but I'd warmly recommend the popular Dolly Wink eyelashes, super comfortable and easy to apply! I didn't have any problems applying them with the glue that came in the package, they hold really well through the whole day and weren't uncomfortable (itchy, scratchy etc) in any way. From what I can tell they're really good quality too.
Dolly Wink! I forgot about them, I've heard really good things about their lashes as well. Thanks!
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