Sunday, April 20, 2014

Red Cherry 100% Human Hair False Eyelashes Review + Try-On

Happy Easter Pinay Beauties! How are you all doing today? This is my first time to do a review on eyelashes and to do a try-on post so I am super excited to share this with you. Here's my review of the Red Cherry Eyelashes.
If you haven't heard of this brand of lashes, this has been a cult favorite of makeup artists and makeup enthusiasts. I have seen these lashes around in Youtube ever since I started getting really into makeup, like 2 years ago. They are highly recommended because they are lightweight and are made of 100% human hair, plus they are cheap.

So when Digital Traincase started to sell these lashes, I was super stoked and I knew that I have to try them. I started hating false lashes, I thought you don't need it, then I started purchasing ₱20 lashes to the Nichido ones. When I tried Ardell, I thought I found my brand of falsies, but I was wrong.

As I have said earlier, this is my first time to do a try-on post, and I do not claim to be an expert on false lashes. I got 3 types of lashes from them which are lashes that I always see Youtube gurus use and recommened, and here's what they look like on me. Please note that I did not apply an eyeliner or mascara so you can see how the lashes really look like when worn.

If you want dramatic lashes for a night out or clubbing, this pair is perfect for you. It flares out a little on the end, and the clusters of lashes actually creates lots of volume. The band also creates an illusion of fuller lashes. Among the three, this for me is the heaviest. Don't get me wrong, these lashes are lightweight, but because this is fuller it's quite heavy compared to the other two.
If you want to volumize your lashes, I think this pair is perfect. It is also flared out on the end like #110. I love how light this is and it really gives me lots of lashes without looking too unnatural.
This is my absolute favorite out of the three, and I really thought that I would love #218, but I actually love this more. It is the lightest of them all, since it doesn't focus much on volumizing rather this one gives you super long lashes! It is also the most tapered of the three, so it elongates the eyes as well.
What I like about this product:
- Super affordable for ₱160.00.
- Lightweight.
- Lots of styles to choose from.
- Very easy to apply.
- Hairs look natural and blends with natural lashes.
- Can be reused as long as it is cleaned properly.

What I didn't like about this product:
- Not widely available, can be purchased online.
- Does not come with a glue (may be a con for others, I'm okay with though).

I got these for ₱150.00 and now they are sold for ₱160.00, but even with this price increase I think they are super worth it. I know that they perform better than the Ever Bilena or Elise lashes available locally, and those ones are sold for ₱180-₱200 per pair.
Here I am wearing #217 lashes, look at that length! Awesome!

Overall, I am inlove with these lashes and I have 3 more coming in! Do you want me to add try-ons of those in this post? Let me know! And if you are interested in these babies, please check out Digital Traincase.

Hope this is helpful, and if you have any requests, questions, suggestions, leave them down on the comments below, yes? Thank you so much for reading!

-- Maica :)


  1. AvivaApril 21, 2014 at 9:54 PM

    What contact lenses are you wearing in the photos?

  2. Maica SaldoApril 23, 2014 at 3:20 PM

    Its Vanilla Eyes Amaretto in Green. :)

  3. Maica SaldoApril 23, 2014 at 3:20 PM

    Thank you so much dear! :D

  4. Nishat KarimMay 18, 2014 at 8:34 AM

    Wow! Thanks for the review... I really wanted a honest review on this product and I found your one to have great depth.I Wanted to buy #218 but it seems too "Whispery..." so might need to find something a little shorter but I like the look of #110

  5. Lesley Ann NietoJuly 29, 2014 at 9:18 AM

    where did you buy these?

  6. Maica SaldoAugust 4, 2014 at 10:26 AM

    Digital Traincase, link is on the blogpost. :)


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