Category: D’Eyeko


D’EYEKO is here and it comes in a form of Princess Syahrini in Cakrawala.


Here is the product, the one that reach for the skies and glare with every bits of princess aura surrounding her. With this much of attitudes, they definitely gets attention on their own.

Somehow the L and R lashes are not identical, the R one have cat eyes with winged lashes on the outer corner while the L one is equal on each sides (outer and corner).

Probably not suitable for the shy =^__^=


These are my before after usage of Cakrawala. Like usual the lashes is so light since it was made with natural hair, I do have difficulties on using D’EYEKO before and since been told to use it from the outer corner to the inner, it’s been almost like a piece of cake ever since.

D’EYEKO is not like most lashes where the string is plastic, they were a string of cotton. So it was very dent. By having it stick on one corner and gently put it on the other (inner side) is easier in terms of application. Always ready with a cotton bud or anything that have slightly pointier than the fingers to help putting the lashes properly.

And I must say, the glue provided is barely make a mark for me, I prefer other brand of high quality glue since they stick longer and better. Usually when I’m using the glue provided1-2 hours is the maximum hours of the stickiness and I ended up with half lashes hanging on the eyes.


I must say, I like this design and looks good on it ^___^ and have anyone notice I’m using it backwards, as in the left for the right and right for the left since I want a bigger eyes look with the more lashes in the middle than the corner. I know many bloggers out there reviewing the exact same thing and use it accordingly R for right and L for left, so I figure to do it differently ^__– But it ended up looking similar since the R and L lashes given already looks different than the other haha! Oops, I think the QC need to be upgraded.

Yet, underneath it all D’EYEKO still gives that same quality of natural hair, lightness and the feeling like I’m using none, with a powerful impact on the user to be a princess-like alluring beauty and attractiveness.


Thank you D’EYEKO.

Hello lovelies,

Indonesian Beauty Blogger March 2013 is officially started today ^__^

Created a look like a dazzling Marilyn and win prizes from The Balm, a cosmetic brand from San Fransisco which recently landed in Indonesia.


Some of the products used in this tutorial are courtesy of The Balm and will help me creating a look that hopefully as mesmerizing as Ms. Monroe herself.


Here are the three items, Balms Away, the eye makeup remover, Shady lady, an eye shadow with a whole lotta attitude, and Mary Lou Manizer, a highlighter / luminizer that want to get all the attention she can get.

I’ll share Balms Away review on a next post and two makeups here ^__^


It’s gonna be an exciting next post ^__–


Let’s start the step to step guide of me trying to create a glimpse of Marilyn’s iconic look.

Start with a bare face.


Boi-ing, an industrial strength concealer from Benefit to cover large pores, under eye, fine lines and other imperfection.


Shiseido Lifting Foundation shade I 00, by fingers, dot a few spots on 5 parts and blend away. Covering all the uneven skin tone and creating a base for the skin. Wait for a good 5 minutes before the next step, so the foundation have time to sets in.


Followed by a compact powder by Estee Lauder.


I use a foundation brush for CyberWhite EX Extra Brightening Powder Makeup. Make sure the skin is completely dry and the foundation has set before this powder or it will make some blotchy effect.


Then a Loose Powder from Teint Miracle series from Lancome, a very beautiful light powder that gives the skin a luminous effect with a mild glistening aura.


On some part Touche Eclat from Yves Saint Laurent is added, then blend with fingers.


Anna Sui Eyebrow Color Compact is used for my brow in shade 03. Simple, so easy to use and looks natural.

Don’t forget to tidy up the brows first.


I use a base for eyeshadow using Kate eye shadow in PU-1 inspired by this look from Marilyn,


She looks stunningly beautiful.


Maybelline Hyper Sharp Liner for that cat eye look or at least a winged, but I need something more, the lashes.


D’Eyeko is used, and just happen to be the only lashes I have that able to create a very sexy cat eyed lashes.

Tips of using D’Eyeko that I get from Lizzie, use from the outer side to the inner, and it works!


A subtle touch of a Cheeky Glow, for that light blushing touch from Maybelline.


I need a shadow that really perk up the eyes and increase the effect of the sexy lashes, Shady Lady is here.


Comes in 10 gorgeous shades that’s bold and brave.


There’s some tiny sparkles, I see they have some shades that’s not available in other cosmetic brands and unique too.
The selling price is Rp.150.000.


Same goes with Mary Lou Manizer, which I think a must added collection to any beauty pouch. Rp.280.000.

I love this highlighter as it draw attention right through it and exactly where you want the attention to be. Easily blend and watch out, you may in for a spotlight \^0^/


Then, it’s the lips, I tried making them thin but decided to make it bold and so red and seductive,
Maybelline Red Porcelain, I love this lipstick, like a red leather just landed and rule.


No Marilyn look would be complete without that famous black dot, right below her left cheek.


Using the Hyper Sharp Liner again and voila!

I want to go all out with a blonde wig, but try imagining Marilyn in a brunette.


Using my Philips are a curler, a wave that says, hello, I’m here.


Get a help from L’Oreal Professionnel Bounce Whip.


Divide the hair section by section and tongs on! Change my clothes into something with vintage tag label, and I’m ready!


How do I look?


Inspired? Please do join the makeup challenge and create your own version of Marilyn Monroe and win prizes.

Submit your creation here:



 “We are all of us stars, and we deserve to twinkle.”
Marilyn Monroe


Images of Ms. Monroe from Google Search and Quote from

D’Eyeko Super Full 107

Hello gurls!

I’m back with more lashes from D’Eyeko ^^

Who doesn’t love a pretty lashes on their eyes, it create illusion and charm on a beautiful way.

Please do read my previous review, HERE, I use a different lashes from D’Eyeko there.

Again, thank you for D’Eyeko, sending me 4 type of lashes ^^

And no 107 in Super Full will be my next trial

Here she is. Like a flower in full bloom, embarking for all the attention she deserved.

And this is me using it. Again, the thin lashes are delicate, firmer than Felling Pretty, softer than other brand. For me I need to focus when using it. The lashes is not firm enough to be used with one hand, well at least my hand heehee, so a tweezers will help me and they are so light too. Usually other brand in this fullness will be heavy.

These are the products from closer view. They gave me bigger eyes instantly. That day I didn’t use the glue given, somehow it doesn’t stick like I want it to be. So I use my own, the one that I get used to. The lashes stays all day and feels lighter than any other brand.

Each of the lashes can be use again and again, my advice is when pulling them off, do it gently and peel away the leftover from the glue with tweezers or nails. There are many glue on the market, one’s that clears out once dried, one’s like fiber, which is gentle to the skin, one’s colored (black, white, etc) and many more.

The one given by D’Eyeko is clears when dried and somewhat watery. Suitable for light or natural-like lashes. Heavier lashes will be heavy for the glue.

The lashes are comfortable since there are no plastic as the structure, so it was made with cotton, which means comfort and nothing pokes the eyes. But it’s not as firm as plastic, so it comes with a preference I guess.

That’s it for now ^__^

Thank you so much and see you soon.

Hello ladies,

D’Eyeko Premium Lashes kindly given me this opportunity trying on their lashes. 4 different shapes and length are send and here they are.

These 100% handmade lashes are made from natural hair, impressive isn’t it and this natural hair lashes (bulu mata) are way more lighter than other material made by other brand.

Beside those 4 types of lashes D’Eyeko still have plenty of other options for you, from the simplest design to the more aesthetic creations you can ever imagine.

I’ve tried mine yesterday and here’s a video to show it.

Yes my first lashes from D’Eyeko that I put on is Flirtatious.

A wriggly lashes that’s look so unique and different.

It look so messy, but on the eyes it create this fuller natural wavy lashes.

This is the before after picture of using Flirtatious. Since the material is very soft and delicate, you can arrange the lashes on the direction you want, I need practice a bit and patience too haha! Do not rush during adoption.

And the lashes that I say to be the thinnest is this one, Felling Pretty.

It’s not easy putting on the Felling Pretty. The lashes are too soft for me, I’ve tried to put it on but I need help.

There are some tools (from Japan) that can help, use it or a simple tweezers will do as well. 

The Lengthening and Super Full are both thicker than Feeling Pretty. Suitable for a gala ^__^

I love Super Full, it reminds me, I’ve seen these before, just like the one used by Dianna Agron from Glee.

I will try these on and gives you some pictures and review too. Just like the pictures below a Before and After.

Lashes do add and enhance the charms of our eyes. After all eyes are the window of our soul ^__–

What Flirtatious do?

Add volume and dimension to the lashes. Create a bigger eyes illusion and boost my confidence to a more flirtatious mode.

Here are some tips and review from me.

Some lashes that are thin or less hair on it, is a bit more difficult to be used. The cotton line that connects also very tenuous, the good news is that they are very light and you won’t feel like it’s bothering you. I’ve used many different kind, brand and material of lashes and some are a bit prickly and uncomfortable, rest assured that D’Eyeko Premium Lashes put the word comfort first.

And since they are made from natural hair, in terms of material, it is safer to be inserted near the eyes and on your lids.

 The glue itself is liquid, so put it on a container and use a toothpick or other small ends tool to apply it to the lashes. The glue also safe to be used around eyes, no sting reaction whatsoever and when pulled off, it was very gentle and doesn’t hurt or pluck everything it touches.

D’Eyeko also provide customer detailed information on each and every product of how to use it properly in a small pamphlet.
I think D’Eyeko emphasize and put great effort making sure customer satisfaction, even for beginners.

That’s it for now, I’ll be back with more photos and review of the other lashes I have from D’Eyeko.

Wanna know them better?

Here’s their contact details ^__^

Thank you and see you soon!