Take a peep at paper eyelashes: Intricate designs can be worn like falsies
Eye-catching: Paper eyelashes come in intricate designs
Move over mascara, forget synthetic falsies! The most eye-catching beauty trend on the party scene this Christmas is paper eyelashes. Yes — paper.
Inspired by the Chinese art of paper-cutting, these intricate creations come in several designs, each with symbolic meaning.
The deer-and-butterfly pattern represents freedom and beauty, the peacock is lucky and peach blossoms mean love is coming.
We’re not sure about all that, but then we are surprised at how pretty they look.
What’s more, they’re guaranteed to be a conversation starter at your annual work do and are a relatively cheap way to update an old dress — after all, who is going to notice that you’re wearing last year’s frock when you’ve got paper deer frolicking across your eyes
The lashes can be cut and worn in different ways. So you can put a butterfly on the corner of your eyes for a charming look or make a statement with a full set.
Glue them on like normal false lashes and peel them off after your night out. Just watch out for paper cuts…
From 10.50, paperselfstore.com
Art for eyes: The lashes can be cut and worn in different ways