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This new K-beauty lash brand has a falsies style for every occasion

Reworld Media Asia 12/4/2018 MF editorial team
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It’s no secret that a great pair of falsies can elevate your makeup and transform your look instantly. Unfortunately, choosing the perfect pair of eyelashes can be tricky however. 

K-beauty is known for their alluring eye makeup looks – which is why there’s a new Korean lash brand you might want to keep on your radar. Called Noon’s Up, it prides itself on its high-quality eyelashes to suit every occasion.  

Noon’s Up has created two different eyelash lines, M & K.

The K line (for a subtle everyday look): There a ten lash styles to choose from, all of which feature a clearer lash strip, which creates a more natural eye look.Perfect for a fresh, everyday look which you can wear to work or on fuss-free makeup days, your loved ones won’t be able to tell you’ve got a pair of falsies on!

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The M line (for a more dramatic look): With its darker lash band, all five lashes in the M line are for those days you want a more intense, dramatic eye look. Pop these on for your festive parties, date night with your significant other or any special occasion!

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Top it off with their easy-to-use eyelash glue!

If you’ve always struggled with gluing on your lashes, you’ll love how user-friendly the Noon’s Up eyelash glue range is. Available in clear and black, the brush applicator makes applying the glue on your lash strip easy. The glue itself is also formulated to last for 24 hours and is waterproof. 

Plus if you have any skin concerns, all its products have been lab-tested for skin safety and all its products are formaldehyde-free!

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This post was brought to you by Noon’s Up. 

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