Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Dolly Wink False Eyelashes No. 10 Sweet Cat and No. 13 Baby Girl Review

Meow, meow, meow?
(Translation:  Can I ever look as sweet as a cat?)

I've been a cat owner for quite a while now, so I should say that I'm getting pretty good at the language.  XD  Hoho!  I'm leaving that as that...  

Tsubasa Masukawa recently released her Otona Kawaii line with Dolly Wink, as you all may well know now.  I purchased No.10 Sweet Cat and No. 13 Baby Girl, hoping to sport that feminine, yet with an edge, look.  Kinda like cats' eyes!


Here's my two-cent about No. 10 Sweet Cat:

  • Hair looks and feels natural and soft
  • Flexible, delicate, and invisible band
  • Not shiny
  • Nicely curled
  • Glue stays put
  • Makes your eyes sultry and beautiful ^^
  • POINTER: just remember to trim them to your eyes' length so it will not look messy
  • Can look too dramatic or exaggerated if you're not used to falsies
  • Does not feel as comfortable as No. 11 Pure Sweet

Here's my other two cents (a total of four cents! :D) about No. 13 Baby Girl:

  • Hair looks and feels natural and soft
  • Flexible lash band
  • Not shiny
  • Glue stays put
  • Not individual lash pieces so it's easy to apply
  • Makes your eyes look cute
  • Can look too exaggerated
  • Lash band is quite visible on the lower lash line

Honestly, when I was wearing these lashes altogether, I felt I had hairy creatures on my eyes!  They're too dramatic together, and the hairs of the Sweet Cat looked really messy.  Without the bottom lashes, Sweet Cat looked less exaggerated.  Would I dare wear these outside the comforts of my home?  Most likely not... D:

UPDATE: How comfortable you will be with how these lashes look will really depend on you.  Now that I am more used to falsies, this Sweet Cat has been great because I personally think it makes my eyes look adorable.  I'm comfortable enough to wear them in public, but not together with the bottom lashes.  That would need another getting used too.  ^-^  However, I wouldn't want to discredit my older opinion because as a first time user, Sweet Cat did feel too dramatic.

Maybe with Baby Girl 13, it would look more convincing if it were closer to the lash line, which I forgot to try.  If you do try that out, then please tell me~  Thanks!  ^.^

Look of the Day
Etude House Dream On Foundation in #2 Natural
, MAC Studio Fix NC 30, Skin Food All
Over Muffin Cake in Choco
, Etude House Model Face Shade, The
Face Shop Lovely Me:ex Cushion Blusher in
Eyes: Anna Sui Face Primer, The Face Shop
Baked Triple Color in 02 Gold Brown (choose
the champagne shade in the inner corner of the
eyes), Revlon ColorStay 12 Hour Eye Shadow
palette in 10 Berry Bloom (choose the hot pink
shade on the lids), Clinique Color Surge Eye
Shadow Quad in Chocolate Chip (on outer corners
of the eyes for 3D effect), Nature Republic Prism
Star Eyeshadow in GR602 (on lower lash line),
Etude House Proof 10 Liquid Eyeliner in Proof
, Cover Girl Volume Exact Waterproof
Mascara in black-brown, Skin Food All Over
Roll Powder (glitter for the eyes for extra twinkle)
Lips: MAC Lipstick Frost in Angel, Lancome
Juicy Tubes in Miracle
Whew!  SO much!

Looking up view


Let's get some of these caterpillars off.

I personally think this is better. ^^

You can purchase yours at  That's it for tonight!  Thanks for stopping by.  A more serious post next time, seriously!  

*Photos taken with new camera*


  1. I love these lashes - they are my fav atm!! And they look gorgeous on you~

    Btw it looks like has finally got them in stock!

    1. Thank you ^___^ I've never ordered from I should ask them if they ship here. :)

  2. I have been eyeing the sweet cat falsies for the longest time! I thought they would look really natural but after seeing your review, I agree that it may be a littttle too exaggerated for daily wear.

    1. I think ultimately, it's what you are comfortable with. During my recent trip to Japan, many girls wear dramatic lashes. But since I live on Guam and no one really wears falsies so casually, I end up looking overdone. Also, maybe cutting them to more natural lengths would help to make them more natural-looking. (^.^)v Hope this helped!