Lash extensions, serums and fake lashes are as much of a makeup staple as winged eyeliner or mascara. Pretty sure no one would say no to longer lashes but what length do you go to to get them? Lash extensions are amazing because they allow you to get up and go but behind the scenes, they’re expensive and hard to maintain long term. Lash serums work but they will never reach the level of lash extensions or falsies. Falsies are great and customizable for each look but take so much effort to apply.
As lashes have evolved, brands have launched magnetic lashes and other at home lashes to make the application process easier. They tend to be hit or miss! At home lash extensions kits can be super damaging to natural lashes if you don’t know how to do them. Is there a foolproof way to get affordable lashes at home?
Kiss Lashes recently launched their Falscara Lash System. It’s very similar to Lashify, an at home lash system but much more affordable. The Kiss Falscara lashes are bonded under the lashes so they’re natural and really give the look and weightless feel of extensions.
If you struggle with applying fake lashes, Kiss Falscara lashes are game changing! They’re lightweight and comfortable unlike heavy strip lashes. Once you get the hang of applying them, they go on in minutes and they’re very low maintenance.
The Kiss Falscara Eyelash system is an affordable version of the at home lash system, Lashify. Basically, Lashify is an at home lash system in which you bond lash wisps under the lash line to wear for up to 10 days. Kiss Falscara lashes are bonded under the lash line but aren’t intended for overnight wear.
For starters who is a good candidate for Falscara lashes vs normal strip, falsies? Do you have a hard time putting on false lashes? Do you want a more natural option? Do your false lashes lift in the corners? If you answered yes to any of those, Kiss Falscara could be a great option for you!
The Kiss Falscara Kit comes with the glue and seal, an applicator to bond the lashes and a pair of lashes cut in 5 parts called wisps. Applying the lashes as wisps rather than a strip helps them to look more natural, almost like extensions. It also makes applying the lashes and fitting them to your eye shape a little bit more seamless.
The glue applies like mascara and then you apply the lashes under your lash line with their applicator. It takes some time to get used to but once you get the hang of it, it’s much easier than strip lashes. Applying the falsies under the lash line gives you a bit more margin for error because they’re covered by your real lashes. Just make sure the lashes aren’t touching your waterline.
Then, you use the applicator to clamp the lashes together and apply the seal. Personally, I don’t love the seal because it’s white and can make your lashes look white. I also didn’t find the seal to help the glue to last any better.
I’ve tried these lashes a few times and as someone who struggles to apply strip lashes, I love these! They are so easy and I can apply them in minutes. I do prefer to cut my own strip lashes instead of using the Falscara wisps because they’re more natural-looking and I prefer a thicker, dramatic lash.
I can wear the Falscara lashes all day without feeling like they’re going to fall off. If you want to wear lashes everyday, these are a good option because they’re affordable, easy and quick to apply.
- These lashes look like lash extensions because you can not see the band.
- The Falscara wisps are much more natural looking than typical falsies.
- These lashes last all day!
- If you apply them on the lash and not your waterline, they’re very comfortable!
- The Falscara wisps are lightweight so your eyes won’t feel heavy.
- The glue is black so no need to wear mascara.
- These lashes are very affordable!
- Be careful to not touch your waterline when you apply the lashes.
- The glue can be very sticky if you apply too much.
- The glue needs heavy, oil based makeup remover to remove.
- The glue is black so it’s visible on the skin.
- The seal does not work very well.
The Falscara lashes come in lifting, volume and lengthening wisps. The lashes are reusable if you take care of them and they’re available to buy alone or in the kit. You can also cut a pair of falsies into wisps and apply them under your lashes with the glue. I like to do this because the Falscara lashes are more natural.
How long do they last
The lash wisps can last multiple wears if you clean the glue off. Around 3-5 wears depending on how long you wear the lashes for each time. The best way to rewear the lashes is to clean the glue off with makeup remover and rubbing alcohol and then allow them to dry.
Personally, I only wear the Falscara lashes for a day. When I tried to wear them to bed for the next day, they all fell off while I was sleeping. But, reviewers comment that they can go a week or up to 10 days with the lashes on. While it’s tempting, these lashes are not intended to be worn overnight. Your eyes are a sensitive and very vital area so always air on the side of caution!
There’s a few other lash systems that are comparable to Kiss Falscara but the Falscara definitely wins for price point. The Kiss Falscara lashes have a more natural look so if you like dramatic lashes than using a magnetic lash with a liner may be a better option.
The Kiss Falscara lashes are easy to put on as a beginner and once you get the hang of it, you can do it in a minute!
Kiss Falscara is definitely the drugstore’s answer to Lashify and they are very similar systems in how they apply and look. Kiss Falscara is much cheaper than Lashify but Lashify has claims to last up to 10 days. Though many users report that they don’t last more than a few days and the lashes move while you sleep. The Kiss Falscara lashes are not intended for overnight use.
The cost of a Lashify starter kit is close to the cost of a full set of classic lashes. These two products are dependent on how much you want to pay, and then how long you want your lashes to last. Then you should have your answer!
If you want something fast, easy and low commitment go for the Kiss Falscara. The Lasify system is expensive and there is no promise that the lashes last and stay in place for days at a time.
Magnetic lashes are hit or miss and most of the time you need to layer on the eyeliner for them to work. The Kiss Falscara lashes are easy to apply even for beginners and those who have a hard time putting on lashes. They also give more margin for error since they’re applied under the lashes.
If I had to pick between the two I would go with the Falscara lashes all the way. I’ve never had good luck with magnetic lashes and I don’t wear eyeliner. These Ardell ones don’t have the best reviews either.
The Arishsine Magentic Lash kit on
If you wear eyeliner and want more dramatic lashes then this magnetic lash kit is a good option. If you like a more natural lash than the Kiss Falscara system is great because you don’t need liner and it looks natural because the lash wisps go under your lashes.
The Kiss Falscara is a great option if you want a natural, affordable and secure lash that is easy to apply. They’re a great alternative to strip lashes and the process of applying them is much easier. Never again will you have to reposition the band to sit on your lash line and vigorously reglue the corners down!
A great advantage to the Kiss Falscara is how natural they are and how they look like lash extensions. Strip lashes often need eyeshadow and liner to cover the band and since these go under the lash line, they don’t. These lashes work for any makeup look and don’t require you to plan your whole makeup routine around them.
If you’re looking for a low maintenance, long-lasting lash the Kiss Falscara system is totally worth it. I know I will never wear strip lashes again!
Frequently Asked Questions
No! I cut my own falsies into 3s and apply them under my lashes with the bond. I like to use my own lashes because the Falscara wisps aren’t very voluminous and I like a dramatic lash. It also makes the process even cheaper!
If you’re going to cut your own lashes to use, I recommend using a lash with a clear, invisible band. The Falscara wisps have an invisible band because a thick band under the lashes is heavy and uncomfortable.
The lashes are not hard to remove once you start to peel back the wisps. If you’re having a tough time then use an OIL based makeup remover. Kiss sells a makeup remover made just to remove the Falascara lashes and glue. It doesn’t need to be that specific remover but any heavy, oil based remover is best.
The glue is very sticky so using your normal makeup wipe or cleanser is not going to work.
No need to wear mascara with the Kiss Falscara because the glue is black! The glue applies just like a mascara so it will coat all your lashes. Once you apply the wisps you won’t even be able to tell which ones are your real lashes and which ones are the wisps.