Review: Koji False Eyelashes No.1 Natural + Tip

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Today, I’m here to share a review and a tip for caring for your falsies. If you’re born with fluttery thick lashes without the need for applying false eyelashes, I’d say you’re one lucky gal! How I wish I have been blessed with such, or if not I wish I don’t have to grow hair on my underarms. -_-” Hey… I know its a disorder, but if that saves me from shaving [which darkens the skin] or plucking which hurts I’d take it still. Unfortunately, I am just like everyone else. Really thin short lashes and the other bit too! So I’m out of luck already. Thanks a lot for beauty enhancements / cosmetics invention.

The only fix for short lashes are either lash implants [which are very pricey!] and the temporary but manageable quick fix —false eyelashes. They come in all sorts of size, shape, color and even style. I’m always in between the Natural and the thick ones as I love to keep it simple on regular days, and go all out “Gyaru” style on parties and night outs.

A few days ago I have received Koji Spring Heart False Eyelashes No.1 Natural style from which I totally adore. It was well packaged, and even if it’s just one lash pack they have secured it in a really thick bubble wrap before placing it in a plastic packet to send off. The lash is well made and really looks natural.

Koji False Eyelashes

Koji False Eyelashes

Koji False Eyelashes

…and since most of you would want to see how it looks when worn I decided to match it up with a pink and gold eye shadow. I can’t remember the brand for the gold eye shadow and it has no label on it, just a fancy drawing [bought it from watsons] while the pink eye shadow is from NYC.

NYC Pixie Dust

How it Looks when worn

Photo of the Moment

Tip: Caring for Your False Eyelashes

STEP #1: REMOVE THE ADHESIVE – “gently” pull out the glue sticking in the lashes. It will remain stretchy and tacky so it should be easy to peel off. If it chunks out in smaller pieces you can use a tweezer to pull.

STEP #2: REMOVE MASCARA FROM LASHES – at this point, your lash band should look clean and almost like when you just bought them. Using a Q-tip [cotton buds] that had been lightly dabbed on an eye makeup remover or baby oil, gently run it over the lashes in an outward motion from the band. Tp ensure cleanliness, place the eyelash over a tissue this way it helps absorb the mascara as you wipe it off the lashes.

STEP #3: STORAGE – I prefer to keep the case that it originally came with so I can store it back there after using.

QUESTION: How do you know when it’s time to throw out the lashes?

ANSWER: There’s really no Rule to how long you have to keep the lashes. Depending on its durability it can last up to 6-7 usage. If you’re careful enough to clean it and sanitize the lashes it should be fine to last that long. Hope that helps! 🙂

FTC: The Koji Spring Heart False Eyelashes No.1 Natural was sent to me for review purposes by The NYC eye shadow had been bought with my own money. Also, I’m not getting paid for the review I have for this product. I’m not affiliated with any of the companies/brands mentioned. This is my honest opinion.

My name is Angela Ricardo Bethea and I am the founder and editor behind ( and many other online publications ) ... I love the finer things in life, I'm quite a shop-a-holic and a certified jet-setter. So if I am not behind my laptop to blog, I'd probably be shopping if not traveling.


  1. Rhea Bue

    February 17, 2012 at 2:36 pm

    love the lashes.. looks cute and natural 🙂
    tagal ko na rin hindi na email si artie.. tambak pa kase ang reviews ko..kaya skip muna ako sa sponsors. nyahahaha. XD


    February 17, 2012 at 4:27 pm

    D pako nakakapg falsies in my entire life! ang loser ko lang no? haha great stuff, great tips babe! keep em coming. 

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