I definitely DEFINITELY recommend that you wear this look with something dramatic if you do plan to wear thick bottom lashes like this. I'm sure you can pull it off with a natural look but you'd have to balance it out with really long, vibrant top lashes. By itself is definitely gonna cause people to look at you funny.
Also, they're really long. I suggest snipping off a few strands from either end or you can even cut it in half. If you were to put these on directly without trimming them they may cause a little discomfort.
I think overall, the entire look came out pretty nice. I'm definitely going to try these lashes with something a bit more dramatic to see if it makes any difference. I hope you all like this look but if you're not really feeling the bottom lashes then I don't blame you! But I do think they look great from far away because they make your eyes stand out more. Anyway, thanks for looking. :)
Senna Cosmetics eye primer
MAC Painterly Paint Pot
Inglot #352 Matte (light pale pink, almost white - inner half)
MUFE #05 (matte coral - outer half)
Inglot #63 AMC (matte black - outer crease)
Inglot #363 Matte (soft brown - above crease)
Inglot #351 Matte (creamy white - brow bone)
Maybelline Eye Studio Lasting Drama Gel Liner
Unknown top lashes
Bottom lashes from KkCenterHk - Brand: ES / Style: A023
NYX Eye Pencil in White (lower water line)
NYX Jumbo e/s pencil in Milk (extension)
Contour & Blush palette from KkCenterHk
MAC Spice lip liner
Revlon Nude Attitude lipstick
Wet n Wild Through the Looking Glass gloss
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