Liz sent me some pairs to review and Whispy was the 1st style I tried they are also Liz’s favourite ;-). They remind me of Ardell demi whispies except that Whispy is a lot longer with the inner corner starting at a medium and winging out to a long (in individual lash lengths). Whispy is a long natural style that packs a tad more glam than the demi-whispies. They come with an invisible band which makes it possible to wear them without eyeliner but may make them harder to put on if you are not used to strip lashes. I had no problem I put them on just fine.and are very light weight. The thin (invisible) band
In each pack you get a pair of lashes and a little bottle of lash glue (probably enough for up to 10 applications). The lash glue is pretty decent, its colour coded so after applying the glue to the lash with a colour code; the glue turns blue-ish when its ready to stick.
Liz Yemoja Glam lashes retail for N2,500, in comparison to Ardel & Red cherry lashes which retail for N1,000-N1,500 they are not definitely cheapest lashes on the market but these come with glue. They are available from Stella’s Addiction boutique, Zaron in Ikoyi and other vendors in Lagos & Abuja. Check the Liz Yemoja website for a full list.
The packaging was recently changed from a flat white box to this pink match box look a like with a clear window you can see the lashes through.
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|Before & After Liz Yemoja Glam lashes in Whispy|
They are definitely glam lashes, not safe for work unless you are a makeup artist or a drag queen LOL. They are pretty but really long so you’d probably like them more if you have big eyes or are looking for a more dramatic look. I like that they are light weight, after a few minutes wearing them I actually forget they are there.