Kara Eyelashes $1 Falsies From Miss A Are Going Viral

Lash extensions aren’t exactly the most affordable beauty service you could treat yourself to. With prices ringing up at almost $200, having long, lush falsies that (lasting about a month, to be fair) may not be in the cards for everyone. Thanks to $1 false lash strips, you can easily mimic the look of lash extensions. German makeup artist Aylin Kececi brought the affordable pair to my attention with her viral Instagram post.

Kececi posted a macro shot of one of her eyes adorned with the #702 Kara Eyelashes, which you can shop on Miss A. (You can find out more about the affordable beauty retailer here.) Her lashes looked curled, voluminous, and super long. She also shared a picture of the falsies, and I have to say they look like a pair I would typically stray away from. The fringe is separated into chunky sections that seem like they would give you a dramatic, Twiggy-inspired clumped lash look. Instead, they look incredibly natural on Kececi, and now I feel like I definitely need to try them out for myself.

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Here’s a closer look.

Not sure how to apply them? Kececi tells Allure that she places them along her lash lines first with her fingers. Then, she pressed down the inner corners with a pair of tweezers. You could glue them on with the Best of Beauty Award-winning Tarte Tarteist Pro Lash Adhesive. (You can read our full review of it here.)

Miss A also offers two other pairs of $1 false lashes that Kececi is a fan of. She recently raved about the #110 Kara Eyelashes, which give lashes a less voluminous but more separated look.

From Miss A’s in-house brand, Kececi loves the AOA Studio Eyelashes in the style called Luella, which have a similar vibe as the #702 Kara Eyelashes.

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You can shop the #702 Kara Eyelashes now for $1 on shopmissa.com.


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