In the world of DIY lash extensions, two brands have emerged as favorites: Lashify and Kiss Falscara. Both offer a range of products designed to give you the look of professional lash extensions from the comfort of your own home. But how do they stack up against each other? Let’s dive in!
Lashify is known for its versatility in designs, styles, and sizes. The Gossamer lashes are the brand’s most loved and best-selling lash extensions. Made from high-quality Korean PBT silk, the Gossamers also come in different colors. The brand also has its Lashify Control Kit, one of the best-sellers, with its wand and Gossamer lashes.
Falscara from Kiss is equal to Lashify in terms of its various styles and sizes. The Wisps, as the brand likes to call its lash extensions, are among its best-sellers. However, compared to Lashify, Falscara focuses on its different designs of Wisps along with its Starter Kit, Bond, Seal, Remover, and Falscara Applicator.
Lashify’s kit retails at $145, while the Kiss Falscara kit goes for $20. This makes Falscara a more affordable option.
Pros and Cons
- Offers an excellent wand that fits the eye perfectly, making it easier to apply and clump your lashes.
- Offers a wide range of designs and lash lengths compared to Falscara.
- More expensive compared to Falscara.
- The bond is a bit watery, making it difficult to maneuver in sticking the gossamers.
- The application process requires practice for a newbie.
- More affordable than Lashify.
- Easy to put on, maintain, and remove.
- Offers fewer varieties of bonds that are long-lasting.
- Fewer designs and lash lengths compared to Lashify.
How should I remove the Falscara eyelash? Falscara lashes are meant for daytime wear, where you remove them as you go to bed.
How long do Lashify lashes last? You can wear and remove the Lashify lashes daily or have them on for ten days, depending on your preference, application method, lifestyle, and care.
Can I apply mascara on Lashify lashes? Lashify currently offers 12 different lengths of lashes that come in 11 different colors and seven different styles. You can wear and remove the Lashify lashes daily or have them on for ten days, depending on your preference, application method, lifestyle, and care.
The right DIY lashes for you will depend on your budget, time availability, and preference. As shown above, Lashify lashes are way more expensive than the Falscara lashes. However, Lashify offers a wider range of designs and lash lengths compared to Falscara. On the other hand, Falscara is more affordable and easy to put on, maintain, and remove. Ultimately, the choice between Lashify and Falscara comes down to what you value most in your DIY lash experience.