Are LED Eyelashes The Next Big Bizarre Beauty Trend You Need To Try?
Okay, we’ve just about mastered the faux lashes trend and now they’re throwing us a curve ball with this? But you know me, I’m forever fascinated with every beauty fad and trend that comes and goes. I can’t get enough of them, bizarre or not! So, in today’s segment of bizarre beauty trends, we’re over feather brows and are heading straight for LED faux lashes.
LED EYELASHES. Designers have played around with LED eyelashes for over a decade however Korean designer Tien Pham has just featured his colour-changing LED lashes at the Maker Faire recently and they could become a reality. Technology on your face might not sound like the safest idea and I'll let you judge wearing them… "F.Lashes" work by attaching to your eyelids with regular glue, a small battery is attached to your head using hair clips. Two invisible wires then connect the battery to each eyelash strip, leaving you ready to glow. The lashes have different modes, and one of those is the “dance mode” there is also a sparkle mode, which is completely necessary, obviously! 😻 Unfortunately, the lashes aren't available to buy yet – but there is hope. According to Pham’s Twitter page, a Kickstarter campaign will arrive in July for F.Lashes. They will come in pink, red, blue, light blue, white, yellow, and green, so you can choose them to match your outfit. _____________________________________________________ #ledlashes #led #ledeyes #eyelashes #eyewear #eyemakeup #makeup #mua #makeupartist #beauty #cosmetics #beautiful #eyelids #eyeliner #beautifuleyes #wearables #wearabletech #koreanbeauty #Korean #koreandesign #technology #fashion #party #dance #glowsticks #edm #music #nightlife #wouldiwearit
These literally lit lashes first made an appearance at the Maker Faire. If you’re wondering what that is, it’s a science fair of sorts that’s held around the world. Amongst the creative minds that created this wonder is designer Tien Pham. The lashes have been termed F. Lashes, but unfortunately, haven’t been launched yet.
Why? Well, they’re looking for funding, so if you need this to be a reality, like I do, go onto their kickstarter page and donate! The lashes are lightweight, worn like any other pair of falsies, and have different modes. Take a look.
Until recently, we didn’t know we needed them and now, we can’t go back. The LED lashes redefine the term ‘starry-eyed’, and if bringing attention to your eyes is the look you’re opting for, well…it doesn’t get bigger than this.
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