Very elegant Beach Blossom inspired paper lashes made in the style of Chinese paper cutting. These lashes come from the unique Taiwanese Paperself design range. These full-width eyelashes are stunning and will make you stand out from the crowd. These paper lashes are reusable when handled with care and easy to apply with any lash glue (not included in pack however we recommend Duo glue).
If you are looking for a gift for a girl who has everything try these paperlashes, they are stylish, easy to gift and great for those that love quirky things!
The Large Peach Blossom paper lashes are the full-width large lash size (note these are also available in Small).
The PaperSelf lashes come in one of two sizes – Full Width / Large Lashes that cover from corner to corner of the eye and make a statement as a full set of lashes or Small or Half Width Lashes used to accentuate the corners of your eyes or as bottom lashes.
* Dimension for Large / Full Width lashes: 42mm (width) by 15mm
* Dimension for Small / Half Width lashes: 20mm (width) by 15mm
* Material: Paper, 1 pair in box
Launched in 2009 by London based designer Chunwei Liao, Paperself unites artists, designers and manufacturers from East to West. Challenging conventions of product design, Paperself offers a stylish alternative in furniture, homeware and accessories for eco-conscious living. Paperself is a platform for the innovative exploration of paper for contemporary product design.
Since the time of the ancient Egyptians, paper has enabled the world to communicate. It has bought continents closer together, educated millions and for centuries has provided a canvas for creation, experimentation and the realisation of ideas. Paper is everywhere and now it is evolving into a new dimension.
Paperself is fast gaining recognition for its inventive adaptations, having exhibited at numerous trade fairs and design forums across the globe, as well as being featured in some of the top international publications and online media. Continuing to expand and evolve, Paperself looks to the future, seeking out new talent, transcending traditions and promoting the perception of paper through new eyes.