As always, I absolutely adore how lightweight these feel when applied. This light, natural feel also makes them really flexible, allowing you to bend the strip and make placing them close to your lash line even easier. You barely feel like you're wearing false lashes with these on, especially compared to others which have a tendency to really weigh your eyes down. The glue is, as I have expressed before, some of the best glue I've tried. I don't know why it is so different, but I find this stuff really cements the lashes to my lid all day long. Minimal re-sticking down is needed throughout the day (or night); I usually apply a line of glue along my lid and on the lash strip just to help them stick even better. This makes them ideal for hair loss and trichotillomania sufferers who have minimal (if any) eyelashes for the lashes to stick to in the first place. Wearing false lashes can also act as a deterrent for pulling eyelashes out as well, so these may well have a double use.
While I love everything about Kiss lashes in general, I do find this 'Flirty' set a bit too much for everyday wear. They look huge on my face, so they may have to be set aside for nights out instead! The tapered ends allow the false lashes to blend in with your own, adding to the natural feel of these fluttery friends. As I always harp on about in false lash posts, the crossing over of lashes at the strip base means that any gaps you do have underneath are completely covered up; these falsies are designed to look like they're your own. I will definitely try using these again when I'm hitting the town boogying, but for during the day, I think I'll stick to something a little less lairy. You can find these lashes in Boots, Superdrug or online for only £4.49.
What's your favourite false lash brand? Do you prefer subtlety, or is bold best?