Happy 2017! Happy New Blog!! Happy New Year!!!🎉🎉🎉
As I’ve said before, I will try my best to make not just this review, but all my other reviews as short but still detailed as possible… Again, I’ll just try because knowing myself, I have so much to say about makeup, hehehe! As I’ve said before too, I realized most of the products I have has already been reviewed by another person; but even if that’s the case, I still would want to share my personal experience with a particular product, because results may always vary, you know… SO MUCH FOR INTRO. Let’s get started!
Early this year, I bought a makeup must-have, an eyelash glue! I was torn between Nichido eyelash glue (around 60-70PHP) and Miniso eyelash glue (around 90PHP), they’re the only two I could find at that moment, I bought the Miniso because I thought the packaging is cute! Pink and black, who can go wrong with such a combo, right?
Take a look…
Net Weight: 8 ml
It is very handy and light, looks more like a mascara to me TBH.
Expiration Date: 2019 October 14 (whoah! That’s so specific!)
Glue Colour: Colourless.
Ugh. This is where my head starts to ache, it took me FOREVER before I get to stick the falsies to my lids! I hate it. I’ve used two other eyelash glue before, but both stick so well from the falsies to my lids, I couldn’t understand why this one ain’t working as good as the ones I have before. Am I doing something wrong? I honestly don’t think so.
Sure I love the fact that it’s so much easier to transfer the glue from the tube to the false eyelashes, it’s like I am just ”painting” the glue to the falsies, no sweat. It also dries fast, which I also like, but once the glue get sticky, and I put it on my eyelids, it doesn’t stick well… In fact, not at all. I have to put the eyelash glue in my falsies for more or less 5X before it finally stick to my lids! The supposedly 30 seconds to 1 minute journey turned more or less 5 minutes and I am not happy about it. [Sweat all over my forehead coming through].
Not only that, I cringe when the second time I used it, one of my falsies broke apart because of the (I suspect) Miniso eyelash glue. Same experience as the first time, I needed to put the eyelash glue again, and again (sometimes MORE again) before the falsies stick to my eyelids!
Be careful with the eyelash curler, too. I used to use the curler to ”bind” my real eyelashes and the falsies together, but with Miniso eyelash glue, I need to skip the curler because it can take the falsies away from my eyelids.
Same with the mascara, do it before you put your falsies instead of after; as much as possible, stop holding your falsies once it’s in your lids. Normally, I put mascara after falsies, I have to adjust this time with this Miniso eyelash glue.
Up to 6 hours if you’ll be careful not to get your hair or hands to your eyes, after 6 hours, your falsies will start flying from the edges of your lids (though this usually happen even if I use other eyelash glue). Sometimes it also depends if your eye area get sweaty.
His Pouting Princess Realization/s:
On positive note, it’s so easy to remove your falsies with this eyelash glue, YOU DON’T NEED eye makeup remover! Yay to that! I know all in all I don’t like this glue but I paid for it, so still I am going to deal with it, but as soon as I have a chance to visit the mall, will give the Nichido eyelash glue a chance. And, just because Miniso eyelash glue failed for me, doesn’t mean I won’t be trying their other makeup! I definitely will and I am currently wanting to give their BB cushions a try, so do watch out for that! 😉
His Pouting Princess Rate: ⭐️⭐️/5
Do you have any favourite eyelash glue?
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