September 12, 2013

Review D'Eyeko False Eyelashes in Khatulistiwa and Cendrawasih

False eyelashes is one of my secret weapon if I had no time to do my eyemake-up because it could make your eyes awake and pop up instantly. Especially if you have such a small eye like mine. :D

D'Eyeko kindly sent me their Princess Syahrini collection. It consists of five types of eyelashes which are suitable for both daily and dramatic look. 
Source : D'Eyeko 
1. Surya Kencana
2. Cendrawasih
3. Cakrawala
4. Khatulistiwa
5. Merak

For those who aren't aware with D'Eyeko brand, they are our local brand from Indonesia! All their lashes are made from 100% human hair and safe for contact-lens user. 
 I got mine in Khatulistiwa and Cendrawasih. 

Both of them look really thick and full! I was both excited and worried. Why? Because I'm not used with thick lashes but in the same time thick lashes could make a big difference. The last time I wear thick false eyelashes is probably when Franky did my makeover last year for Guess Anniversary (which was turn out really really good). 

So, let's take a closer look of them. 

 It is claimed as the first double lashes-single band in Indonesia. So you don't need to put two false eyelashes together to create more volume.

It's really thick in real life and surprisingly doesn't feel heavy at all. I could also really tell that it feels like human hair when I touch it. Unlike other false eyelashes that feels like plastic, it feels like my own real hair. It's really soft and carefully handcrafted :) You could probably use it for several times. 

 But noted that it also need more effort to put on these lashes so it will looks good on you.

Not forget to mention the provided glue works really nice and make the eyelashes stays still! o.o I am totally impressed. They only need to create the packaging better since the quality is already awesome. :)
After you opened it for the first time, you can flip the other side (marked with an arrow) to close the bottle and store it for future use. :D

It has a moderate length and volume to create a dramatic look. It is suitable for night events, parties, or any special occasion. 

So I tried to pull off the rocker look with Cendrawasih lashes 

... good enough or not??

Here's a comparison when I put those lashes on.

Cendrawasih could give enough length and volume without too-heavy-looking and could also go with simple makeup. And you can see how thick Khatulistiwa is, compared to Cendrawasih. I'm personally think that Khatulistiwa will be great for photoshoot or if you dare enough to wear a heavy eye make-up.

You can find D'Eyeko lashes at Watsons, Matahari Dept. Store, or their facebook store through the link below. And they also have another choice if you're not used with dramatic lashes, such as Cherrybelle and Olga Lydia series. 

D'Eyeko False Eyelashes

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