Hi guys! Today I have an exciting and different post for you. Esqido was nice enough to allow me to select a pair of their lashes to try out. Esqido’s lashes are handcrafted and use naturally shed mink hairs. The band is made of cotton for comfort so that you can wear their lashes all day. They also sent me their Companion Eyelash Glue which is latex-free.
I chose the Esqido Oh So Sweet Lashes as they looked really fluttery and not too over-the-top (I’m a total false lash novice). For those who are unsure of what kind of lashes they might want, Esqido has a really neat quiz on their website to help you narrow down your choices.
The brush on the Companion Eyelash Glue is quite small and precise so it was very easy to get the right amount on the lash band. It became tacky quite quickly which was nice as I have found some glues take forever and I’m impatient. It took me a few attempts to get the placement right as I don’t wear false lashes very often, but even so, the lashes were really easy to take off and re-apply. I have no doubt that these would survive multiple wears if worn properly.
Primer: Glamglow Volcasmic Matte Glow Moisturizer
Foundation: L’Oreal Pro Matte in Classic Ivory
Concealer: Tarte Shape Tape in Fair
Powder: Laura Mercier Loose Translucent Setting Powder
Blush: NARS Deep Throat
Contour: Kat Von D Shade + Light Contour Kit – Sombre & Lucid (mixed)
Bronzer: Physician’s Formula Butter Bronzer (Original)
Highlight: Laura Gellar Baked Gelato Swirl Illuminator in Charming Pink
Eyes: Urban Decay Primer Potion (original). Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette – Georgia (transition), Puree (crease), Nectar (lid) & Candied Peach (under eye). Colourpop Creme Gel Liner in Swerve (waterline), Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in Trooper (upper lash line).
Lashes: Lancome Hypnose Drama Mascara & Esqido Oh So Sweet Lashes
Brows: NYX Eyebrow Gel in Brunette
Lips: Bite Amuse Bouche Lipstick in Pickled Ginger
Once I got the hang of application the combination of the Esqido Oh So Sweet Lashes and the Eyelash Companion Glue were really easy to use. I found that they became more comfortable as I got used to them. Given that I’m a total novice with false lashes they did feel a bit foreign at first but I definitely got used to them. I did have to trim one of them on the inside to make it fit more comfortably but that was really easy to do. I absolutely love the way the Esqido Oh So Sweet Lashes look on. Something about them just pulls my otherwise pretty simple makeup look together more than normal. I’m looking forward to getting more wear out of these and ordering more in the future.
If you’re interested in trying them out you can find their lashes on their website: Esqido Mink Lashes! Their shipping rates to Canada are quite reasonable, they have a $5 flat rate option (probably one of the best flat rates I’ve seen) or they offer free shipping over $75. I should also mention, once these shipped to me I had them within a few days which was pretty impressive as well.
What are your favourite false lashes? Let me know in the comments down below!
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Product was sent complimentary for review however all thoughts and opinions are my own.
6 thoughts on “Esqido Oh So Sweet Lashes”
I’m happy to hear their shipping to Canada is reasonable. It’s so frustrating to see exorbitant shipping prices. These look really beautiful. I like House of Lashes glue, it gets tacky really fast. http://www.mrsqbeauty.com
Yeah I was actually pretty shocked at how reasonable the shipping rates were. Definitely am going to look into ordering a few more pairs!
These lashes look so natural on you! I dislike the ones that look so thick that they look like strips of construction paper! 😛
Thank you! I definitely prefer more fluffy, lash-looking, falsies! Though maybe this whole false lash thing is a slippery slope just like makeup addiction, haha 😂
They look so pretty on you Robyn! Great choice of lashes. I’m totally with you in the false lash newbie club! 😁
Thank you! I always seem to find false lashes so intimidating but once I got the hang of these, they were pretty easy to work with!