Diamond Lash スイートeye [Lower Lashes] [[REVIEW]] (PART 1)
And I’m back with more false lash reviews!
Today, it’s Diamond Lash スイートeye which is not exactly the most popular choice among most models seeing how they’re supposed to be lower lashes but are incredibly long. In any case, I present to you part one of this review!
As you can see, in the tray, this version of Diamond Lash comes precut and in parts of four. The second row from the top was used by me for this review.
I really appreciate that the lashes were cut beforehand because I can be incredibly lazy when it comes to lower lashes, especially when they are short and small. Can’t quite say the same for these though, they’re incredibly long!
Now, for this review, I only used them at the outer corners of my lower lids to help open my eyes up.
They’ve got a transparent lash band that comes with glue already on but as I’ve mentioned before, I really don’t like leaving glue on my lashes because it will look very strange and… Bulgy.
I found them really soft and perhaps if they’d make the same design in upper lashes, I’d like them very much :3
I used my Nature is lovely S-2 lashes together with Diamond Lash スイートeye to try to soften the effect – only one part was used!
And here we go~ On both eyes.
I have to say, in this image, it looks alright but in real life, it was a little strange because it looked like I suddenly had two tufts of black growing under my eyes.
These are on my revisit list because I’m going to see how I can make all four parts meant for the look to work for me so hang in there for part two!
♡♡♡ Diamond Lash スイートeye [Lower Lashes] ♡♡♡
✔ Length: 11/10 [It's almost too long >_<]
✔ Volume: 10/10 [Especially when used together with my Nature is Lovely Lashes!]
✔ Ease of application: Super easy, seeing that they were already cut and ready for use.
✔ Reusable? Most definitely.
✔ Economical? Yes! Hello, it’s 4 parts in one!
It might be a tad too much volume when used together with another pair of lower lashes but it’s definitely a nice pair to play around it, this warrants a revisit.