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Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Harajuku Doll Eyelashes

By Eyemazing 

Japan’s fashion wonderland of the bizarre and adorable all come together in Tokyo’s unique district of Harajuku. If you want to stand out (or blend in) with the make-up trends of beautiful eyes, the Harajuku Doll Eyelashes (¥800-2,000Prices are approximate only and subject to change.
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) by Eyemazing are the accessory your face shouldn’t leave home without. Designed and produced in collaboration with none other than the Queen of Harajuku herself, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. A pop-icon hailed as the “Kawaii” version of Lady Ga-Ga, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is the one to look to for fashion-forward style.


From bold visual-kei to dainty doll, you can rock these different lash styles to fit any wardrobe combination. Punk, goth, lolita, gothic lolita, mori-style, decora, and cosplay styles can all use a lash lift to brighten and enlarge your sparkling eyes. Even the few lingering and outdated ganguro girls still hiding away with their Manba panda faces are snatching up these beauties.

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Harajuku Doll Eyemazing lashes were a limited-edition run from 2011, but similar styles and more eye-popping glue-on lashes are available. Check out Eyemazing’s website for current product listings.

Eyemazing lashes are made with soft material for natural-looking and subtle lashes that can be worn for every day use. If cared for properly, lashes can be used multiple times.


Contents: 3-5 pairs of lashes per pack
Material: Synthetic fiber, Nylon
eye-lash glue sold separately.

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Contributed by Alex

Alex is a graphic designer, editor and model in Tokyo. She wanted to come to Japan ever since her mind was blown after watching a VHS copy of Totoro as a child. She grew up on a strict diet of Sailor Moon, Super Nintendo RPG's and manga (i.e. incurable otaku) before she finally made the move to the land of the rising sun. Alex's knowledge of Japanese pop-culture now outpaces most of the locals; she is White Rabbit's resident expert on Manga, Anime, Games and Japanese pop-culture.

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