Tuesday, 17 September 2013

REVIEW: Natural Dolly for the 'Curtain' to the 'Window'

Hi Lovelies,

I hope you guys enjoyed your long weekend :) I spent my weekend by hybernating at home. Feels so good to lie down on the bed, watching Korean movie and also Sister Acts (old movie but it's good for laughing session), eating some junk foods and enjoying my face mask.

Okay before I start, let's play a quick 'spot the difference' game.

What is the difference do you notice between Mickey and Minnie mouse EXCEPT from their outfits?


Let's check into more details.


AND YES!!! You are correct! Is Minnie's beautiful EYELASHES.


Without eyelashes, Minnie is not minnie anymore. That's how important eyelashes to us, like the 'curtain' to the 'window'. 
Hahaha I assume that the 'window' is our eyes and the 'curtain' (to beautify the window) is our eyelashes.


First and foremost, apply your favourite eyeliner. And for this case, my favourite is Bobbi Brown gel eyeliner.

 Next, curl your eyelashes with the new Curving Eyelash Curler form Koji Dolly Wink. This product will be launched in the market in November (Price is around RM69.90). So, stay tuned guys! 

Left: Newer version of Curving Eyelash Curler form Koji Dolly Wink
Right: Older version 

 With the improved version of the size (38mm), frame, flat edge and shape. Makes us easier to curl our eyelashes with eyes OPEN and it can covers up all of our eyelashes. 


It comes with a cover and 2 extra rubbers for you to change. This 2 rubbers can keep you up for a very long time. I haven't even change mine for like 2 years for my current lash curler. LOLLL....

Third step, is to apply your mascara first before putting on your fake eyelashes. The REASON is because we want to protect the hair of the fake lash. And after you curl and apply mascara on your original lash, there is no reason for flat lash. Which means both the original and the fake should be can stay with each other closely.

In this case, I use the BCL Lash Curler Express for Curl & Long, followed by Maybelline voluminous mascara.

No.9 Natural Dolly came with 2 pairs and Dolly Wink glue. The glue is white in color and it works well to stick the fake lash together with the original lash. Dolly Wink fake lash is handmade and lightweight, which makes them more comfortable for us to wear.

Before you start to apply, measure the length of the fake lash to make sure it fits your eye shape. This step will avoid the corner dropping and the end poking into your eye. If the strips need to be shortened, start cutting from the OUTER edge of your fake lash as the outer edge usually is longer than the inner edge.

Then, as Dolly Wink fake lash is quite flexible, we can skip the step of bending the fake lash into C shape (to prevent straightness.

Apply the Dolly Wink glue generously across the lash strip. Make sure to be generous at both the inner and outer corner so the glue won't unstick when you blink.

Wait for the glue to be half dry and apply the fake lash to the base of your natural lash line on top of your actual lash. Adjust it a little bit for the fake lash falls naturally on your eyes and VOILA!! It's done <3

Look No.1

Look No.2

I will try with another kind of look with THINNER eyeliner. Hahaha >.< 

Hope this post is useful and see you in my next blog post.

And as always, stay chic! xoxo

With love,
Silviana.



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