The set that I picked up is called Peach Blossom. You gotta admit, the designs of these lashes are just too pretty and mesmerizing to look at! But since these are paper, you can only expect that they will not last and are incredibly pricey for an expected one time use product. But I'm hoping that maybe with care, these will last me 2-3 uses *cross fingers*. The material is thicker than your average sheet of paper but not as sturdy as cardboard. You have to be very careful when handling these lashes...if you bend them they are ruined. For this reason, application is quite tricky and requires a (clean) skillful hand with lots of patience.
The lashes are really long, so I decided to split them into two-thirds and a third to fit my own eye shape. The longer the paper lash the more difficult it is to apply. The short one third lash could also be easily used on the outer third of the upper lash line to create a more "natural" statement but for the purpose of going full out and dramatic, I used them on my lower lash line.
Brief Overview of the Makeup Look: lined my eyes with a black gel eyeliner then dipped my smudger brush into a dark brown eyeshadow and smudged the liner, extending it into a long dramatic wing. Next, taking a medium brown eyeshadow, I blended it over the dark brown to create a smokey/fading gradient. I then lined the outer two-thirds of my lower lash line with the dark brown eyeshadow and finished off with highlighting the brow bone (shimmery champagne). I also brought the colour down to blend it in with the medium brown eyeshadow.
Final Verdict: These lashes are incredibly pretty yet extremely over priced for small sheets of paper. But if you want to make a statement for a special occasion and have money to spare then these lashes are for you. Also note that these are statement pieces so yes, they may grab a lot of attention but people may stare at your lashes more than your pretty face. Just sayin' lol.