As a blogger, false lashes makes a huge difference in photos. I’ve tried a pair of Esqido lashes about two years ago and recently I got to try out the new Esqido Unisyn Lashes in Peaches & Cream.
Unisyn False Lashes
The new Unisyn False Lashes collection aims to create an ultra natural look with ultra fine synthetic fibres. The original Esqido false lashes business focused on Mink lashes. The brand was one of the pioneers for luxury mink lashes that you can reuse over and over. But whether you prefer synthetic material for the durability or for ethical reasons, I like that there is now an alternative to their Mink lashes. There are 10 different designs in this collection and I chose a medium volume one called Peaches & Cream. Each of these retail for $22 versus $28 for the original Mink lashes.
The lashes themselves were very soft and flexible. What was the most surprising to me was how light it felt. When looking at these lashes in the photo, I thought the band might be a bit stiff but it was no issue at all. Once applied, they stayed really comfortable and it was so light I almost forgot I was wearing lashes!
There are a lot of lashes out there that have more of a cat eye flare look. I find those ones not as flattering on my eye shape. Luckily 7 out of the 10 designs had more of a rounded look which I lie. I am a huge fan of the criss cross style which is why I chose the Esqido Unisyn Lashes in Peaches & Cream. I also really likede X & O which looks to be very fluttery with a mix of long and short lashes.
The Esqido Unisyn Lashes come in a beautiful plastic casing that’s perfect for protecting your lashes wear after wear. The plastic packaging cracks open to 45 degrees and you can pull out the plastic film with the eye lash holder. I also like the marble background that makes these a cinch to photograph. Inside the packaging is also instructions on applying and removing the lashes. I thought this was really handy as everyone could use a refresher.
Here I will show you a before and after so you can see the impact that these lashes make. In the first photo, I have my makeup done and this is how I would go out on an every day basis. But for my blog, I like to put on false lashes as it really makes the look glam.
Here is a close up of the Esqido Unisy Lashes in Peaches & Cream. As you can see, the band blended in very well with my black eyeliner and the lashes are very natural looking. I think the criss cross are fantastic for giving the illusion that it’s my own lashes being messy.
For my lashes, I used the Esqido Companion eyelash glue. Two things I love about this glue is that one it dries transparent and two it has a very precise applicator. The felt tip applicator is similar to the size of an eyeliner so you can get it all over the band but not on the lashes. This glue is also fantastic for allowing my lashes to stay all day!
To get the most value out of these lashes, you should be willing to take care and reuse them. For me, I often wear lashes when I go out. By the time I get home I just want to fall asleep and often rip off my falsies. After I took photos for this post I wore it out doing errands but decided to take it off as it was hitting my glasses. But now I can’t remember where I stuck it to and probably lost it! I absolutely love how these looked on me and how light it felt, but I would be devastated if I paid $22 and only got to wear it once. So the moral of the story is that these are a great splurge but only if you actually reuse your false lashes.
Let me know what you think of this design and whether you are a disposal false lash wearer.