If you’ve been interested in trying Ardell Seamless Underlash Extensions Wispies Kit here is my very honest review!
I’ve been wearing underlash lashes since 2019 and I think they’re a lot easier to apply than over lash and they’re way more comfortable and look super natural!
I’ve tried Lilash, Falscara, Lilac St. Pro lash, Fluter habit, and more so if you want to read those reviews you can do so HERE.
This blog post will cover everything you need to know about the Ardell Seamless Underlash Extensions Wispies Kit.
- How much do Ardell Seamless Underlash Extensions Wispies cost?
- What comes in the Ardell Seamless Underlash Extensions Wispies kit?
- How do you apply Ardell Seamless Underlash Extensions Wispies?
- How long do Ardell Seamless Underlash Extensions Wispies last?
- How do you apply Ardell Seamless Underlash Extensions Wispies
- How do you remove Ardell Seamless Underlash Extensions Wispies
How much do Ardell Seamless Underlash Extensions Wispies cost?
The Ardell Seamless lashes (they call them Undies, haha) are $19.99. I love that the drugstore lash brands have these affordable kits with everything you need to get started!
Ardell says their lashes are super soft and comfortable to wear and were created with a superfine no-show black cotton band. They’re visually undetectable when worn underneath your lashes.
They offer two lash styles, I tested the Wispies style which they describe as feathery, flirty mid-volume looks with the fluttery crisscross layering that Wispies are known for.
They also have the faux mink for natural volume with a feathery finish that mimics the texture of real lashes
What comes in the Ardell Seamless Underlash Extensions kit?
The kit comes with:
- a curve tip applicator that provides precise placement (I LOVE this applicator!!)
- The bond- the glue on a mini mascara wand. They say the bond will hold your lashes on for 10 days.
- The seal, which comes on a mini mascara wand as well, removes any stickiness from the bond
- The remover which is a no-drip gel remover to melt away the bond
- 36 clusters in 4 lengths 10mm, 12, 14, and 16. They say you can get up to 6 uses out of this amount of lashes.
They also sell the lashes individually so if you already have the glue, seal, and wand you can restock lashes for $6. Those come with 32 clusters and they say you can get 5 uses out of it.
How do you apply Ardell Seamless Underlash Extensions
- Start with clean lashes. Do not apply mascara before you apply lashes.
- For best results, curl lashes before application. This is the best lash curler ever!
- Apply a light coat of Bond at the base and about halfway up the underside of your lashes. Avoid getting Bond all the way to the lash tips. Do one section at a time as Bond dries quickly.
- Apply Undies underneath the base of your natural lashes slightly away from the waterline. UNDIES should be applied lash to lash, avoiding skin contact. Start from the outer corner and work inward. The placement of Undies should be right next to each other to achieve a seamless look.
- Use the applicator to fuse lashes together after application. Squeeze lashes at the base to ensure they are secure.
- Apply a thin coat of Seal under the Undies at the base. This eliminates any sticky residue and holds Undies in place.
- Do not get Undies wet for 24 hours.
- Be sure to fuse lashes every day with the applicator to keep the lashes secure!
How do you remove the lashes?
Their instructions on how to use the remover are a bit different than what I ended up doing.
This is their instructions:
- Dab & roll their remover on top side of lashes and underside. Wait 10-15 seconds and slide off lashes with fingers.
- Be careful not to get the remover in your eyes!
I wasn’t having luck with their remover so I used the Falscara remover instead (it’s $6 and SOOO GOOD). I apply a decent amount to a cotton round and rub it all over my eyes. It’s not oily and it doesn’t burn!
My honest thoughts on the Ardell lashes
I wish I had a better review… These were the second worst lashes I’ve ever tried (after Moitie). The lash hair felt very textured and they looked very fake- like plastic. The glue was empty when I was trying to apply it to my lashes- I had this problem with Falscara too. I don’t see how anyone can get 10 days out of these went there is barely any glue being used?
I lost one cluster in the middle of my lashes after 6 hours and had to reapply it. That has never happened before.
Not washing my face isn’t an option so I ended up getting the lashes wet 8 hours after I applied them. They instantly became extremely clumpy and looked like I gobbed 20 coats of mascara on them. I let them dry for a few hours before I went to sleep and when I woke up they were completely smooshed. Unfortunately, I was unable to set them straight.
I had to take them off after 1 day. Most just came right off when I lightly pulled them but one was remaining so I tried their remover. Their remover does not work at all so I had to use my Falscara remover.
I think the concept of these lashes is wonderful- $19 and available at the drugstore- but these lashes leave A LOT to be desired. I’d skip these and try Lilac St. or Pro Lash if you want lashes that last for days and look beautiful.
Have you ever tried underlash lashes? What brand is your favorite?
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