Face, Makeup Biya Eyelashes Review October 26, 2018 It’s Friday and we all know that this is the perfect day to wear false eyelashes. Let me share with you how your 85 PHP can finally get you a man in this Biya Eyelashes Review. If you’ve never tried wearing false eyelashes, you should start practicing with something cheap like Biya. I’m not sure where the brand comes, all I know is that their products make me look fabulous. Biya Eyelashes Review by Amanda of Filipinow This brand is something that you’ll always see in Baclaran and Divisoria. I’m very frugal when it comes to false lashes because I’m going to throw them away after one use. This may not appeal to you if you’re already used to other brands. Take this review with a grain of salt. I got the box when I had an emergency event to attend to and asked my mom to buy me false eyelashes while she was in Baclaran (church day Wednesday). Let’s head on to… My Experience I think that you’d be surprised too if you got 10 pairs of false eyelashes for only 85 PHP. What I love about the Biya falsies is that each pair comes with a case which isn’t the case (lol Amanda!) from my Taiwan Lashes review. The box is hot pink with a very colorful design. She got me the B1-008 variant which is thick and delivers drag queen vibes. I have this belief that with false eyelashes, you should go big or go home. Most especially factoring that one of my eyes is monolid-ish lol. The case per pair is generous. However, the lash glue that comes with each pair sucks. You’re better off using a Nichido lash adhesive. Band is thick and will be kind of annoying at first. You have to be patient until the glue gets tacky. Don’t rush the application if you don’t want to end up spending more time. What I do to make it work when I’m in a hurry is I cut the Biya false eyelashes in half and only apply the outer part. If you’re into a dramatic look and want your inner lashes to pop as well, you’d have to have a good amount of dexterity and patience. As you can see from the photo above, the strands are very thick and faux-looking It’ll never give you a natural look so if you’re into that, just skip this. However, if you like looking like a bombshell, go for it. The Look Below are some photos of me wearing Biya lashes on just the outer corner of my eyes and completely worn. Wearing Biya lashes on the outer corner of my eyes Wearing uncut Biya lashes Biya Eyelashes Review Final Words If you have an event to attend to, this is a good cheaper alternative from other false eyelashes in the Philippines. Just remember to not close your eyes while getting your photos taken because the thick band is very ugly lol. Packaging: 4/5 Ease of Application: 3/5 Overall Look: 4/5 Longevity: 4/5 Price: 6/5 Availability: 4/5 Paano pumuti? Mga sikat at epektibong pampaputi Mga gamot sa tigyawat Skin whitening soap Philippines battle xx Related amandadelacruz An Aquarius full time Spinster and Poodle mom. Previous Bare Body Essentials Kojic Berry Soap Review Newer Lanvin Marry Me Perfume Review You May Also Like The Face Shop Browlasting Review 2018 July 20, 2018 Primers in the Philippines: This Brand Sucks February 22, 2018 Estee Lauder Pure Color Crystal Lipstick Review 2018: Passion Fruit Shimmer March 13, 2018 2 Comments Chelsea Sayo October 28, 2018 at 2:37 am Reply I agree using Nichido lash adhesive, I’ve read a lot of good reviews about it. I’d like to try falsies for a natural look, does this brand have that as well? amandadelacruz October 28, 2018 at 7:57 am Reply Hi Chelsea, if you like natural looking lashes you should definitely check out my Taiwan Lashes review. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.