Oh hello, there. It’s been awhile. I know. Okay, now that that’s out of the way. . .
Sometimes people send me stuff to review. For free. Wait, what? Pretty cool, right? I was recently sent a beautiful pair of mink lashes and lash glue from the brand Esqido.
Esqido is a brand that prides itself on it’s beautiful, lightweight and easy to apply lashes. The lashes are made of 100% premium mink hair, with a soft cotton band for comfort. Note: If you have concerns about authentic mink lashes, they do have a line of synthetic lashes. Do your own research and decide what’s best for you.
I’ve been playing with their lashes for awhile now. My thoughts: I was sent the style BFF which are a 3 out of 5 on the “volume” scale. OMG. They are beautiful. They are soft, fluffy and the band is super comfortable on the eye. They came beautifully packaged and with care instructions. I wore them on my birthday and I LOVED them. These are definitely not an “everyday” lash (at least not for me. . . #nojudgement) They could be, as they are super comfortable, but this style is particularly dramatic. The website describes BFF as “unbelievably natural looking.” I don’t think that describes my look the night I wore them, but I’ll let you be the judge. I would choose a shorter, less voluminous style for everyday. Again, that’s just me. That being said, I think they are amazing quality and can be used over and over if taken care of properly.
The cost: $29. Eek. $29 might give some sticker shock, but if you reuse them, it might make it worth it. I’ve tried a lot of lashes in my day, and these are some of my favorites. Esqido also has an amazing lash guide on their website, to help you pick your perfect pair of lashes.
My thoughts on the glue: It’s latex free, which is great if you have an allergy, or like me just have sensitive skin and eye balls. At $10, it’s reasonably priced. You get a lot of product, and the applicator is user friendly. It’s not my FAVORITE lash glue, but it gets the job done.
If you’re in the market for some high end lashes and glue, definitely check out Esqido. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
Disclaimer: As always, I have not been compensated in any way for this post (other than free lashes and glue!) and all reviews are honest and my own. Duh.
What are your favorite lashes? I want to know! Until next time. . .