We all know false eyelashes take a little patience to perfect, but we thought we'd got our head around the basic concept. Glue the strip, manoeuvre the lashes on top of your own, and pray they won't go wonky or fall off. Simple, right?

But now there's a game-changing new falsies system that's turning everything upside down – quite literally!

Kiss Falscara takes your beauty game to a whole new level because these falsies are attached from underneath. That's right, underneath.

What's more, Kiss promise Falscara gives an ultra-fluttery result that's closer to the look of salon lash extensions.

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It only takes a few minutes to do, and at £24.99 for the starter kit, it's far less than a professional treatment – if you can still remember what one of those is like. Sigh.

Kiss Falscara is launching exclusively soon at Superdrug, so keep an eye on their Kiss webpage if this sounds like your sort of fluttery fun.

This gravity-defying technique is a three-step process. First, you prep your own lashes with glue, then attach little “wisps” of falsies using a specially-shaped tweezer. You can attach up to five wisps per eye, then brush over a sealant to finish.

Once you've invested in the basic kit with the tweezer, you can buy extra packs of wisps for £8.99 here in three different styles.

The before and afters look really impressive, but we've been burned by "lash innovations" before. Yes, magnetic lashes we are looking at you.

So is this newbie a true game changer or just too good to be true? OK! beauty director Lynne Hyland has put them to the test.

Lynne says

To be perfectly frank, I am both clumsy and impatient. Having actually stamped on a pack of magnetic lashes in rage once (don’t judge) I wasn’t sure Falscara was going to be my kind of product.

The kit looked fiddly, and as I clamped the first wisp between the tweezers, I found myself bending my arm tis way and that, trying to figure out the safest approach to my eyes. Being mirror dyslexic really doesn't help in situations like this.

However, I was amazed to discover it really wasn't that hard at all. Once I'd managed to attach one wisp, my confidence soared along with my lashes.

It did take some trial and error to manoeuvre the wisps into place without looking weird, but I didn’t poke my eye as feared and the falsies stuck in place perfectly.

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They felt totally weightless too. I didn’t feel like I was wearing anything at all, and there was nothing spider-like in my peripheral vision.

As with regular any strip lashes, you can spot them if you look up close but if you get the wisps in the right spot I think Falscara gives a really soft and pretty effect.

Done well, the final effect looks closer to lash extensions than normal falsies. They remove easily and can be re-used three times.

I found three wisps was all I could manage to get in place before they started going wonky, but I was impressed with the result from that.

Yes, Falscara will take some time to master, but who hasn’t pledged to learn a new skill during self-isolation?

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