Lashes have become a staple part of my make up routine; my eyelash style tends to be natural and wispy because my eyes are quite small. Esqido Lashes have a wide range of eyelashes, meaning that there is something for everyone.
The one thing that really impressed me about Esqido overall is their branding. The packaging is minimalistic and has rose gold detailing; each pair of lashes comes in a beautiful reusable case, which means you can store them safely for future use. You can tell that a lot of thought has gone into this brand; it felt like I had received something quite luxury.
Choosing your lashes
The Esqido website has a really useful guide to help choose what lashes are best for you. This is based on eye shape, experience and occasion. I picked my lashes based on the results of this guide, and I am pleased to say that they are exactly the right style for me. I usually have to trim my lashes but the guide helped me eliminate that time consuming step, by selecting the lash style most appropriate for my eye shape and size.
The lashes I chose were Little Black Lash (classic style) and Oh So Sweet (criss cross), both of which could be used for natural, everyday looks or to put the finishing touches to a more glam look.
Applying the Lashes
The lashes do not come with glue but you can buy the Lash Companion Glue separately. Usually it would annoy be that lashes don’t come with glue, but the Companion Eyelash Glue is my favourite so far. The applicator is a thin brush, similar to that of a liquid eyeliner. I found that this helped control the amount of glue I use, so it prevents any waste product, and you don’t have to wait for a long time before you can apply them.
If you’re new to applying false lashes, the website also has a 4 step guide to show you how to apply them. I use tweezers to place the lashes on to the lash line and press it down starting from the middle and then the inner and outer corners.
Overall, I can’t fault these eyelashes and lash glue, and I can’t wait to try some more styles.