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Car Headlight Eyelashes & Eyeliners Stickers/Decals

Updated on August 13, 2014
I couldn't resist taking a shot of this cutie. I've actually seen another car at the mall with eyelashes, but that wasn't the curly type.
I couldn't resist taking a shot of this cutie. I've actually seen another car at the mall with eyelashes, but that wasn't the curly type. | Source

Headlight Decals. The New Thing In Car Fashion!

If you think you've seen it all, then maybe you ain't seen nothing yet.

Is that car wearing eyelashes, or am I seeing things? That was my reaction the first time I noticed a car with what seemed at the time almost impossible to fathom. But lately, it is very easy to see, not just one, but as many as three car or SUV adorned with vehicle type eyelashes as I drive down the roads of my small Georgia cities.

The first image to the right is the image I took of a car that was parked in my neighborhood Wal-Mart. The car/minivan is adorn with a curly-type pink eyelash sticker. It's hard not to steal a look, and even a shot at this parked beauty.

Who came up with such a thing as dressing up a car or any vehicle whatsoever in eyelashes anyway? Don't they have better things to do? To be honest, my initial thought about the vehicle headlight eyelashes was, "Have we really become that vain in our outlook of life and what's important as to now go to the extent of dressing up the exterior of our cars to make them look like cartoon characters like, Lightning McQueen and Sally, of the Disney Pixar movie, Cars.

Now, even they, Lightning McQueen and the gang, didn't have eyelashes, mouth that moves, maybe, but not eyelashes. And parents, do you find yourself having to explain to your toddlers why cars like Lightning McQueen talk and do all those tricks? Well, your job just got even more complicated! Try explaining to your kids why cars now have to wear these headlight eyelashes.

Headlight Eyelashes, Really? Yes, Really!

I know I come off in my introduction as bashing these new headlight decals, but the truth is, on second thought, I do really dig these headlight eyelashes on cars. New cars, that is. It has this happy go appeal to it. Makes you want to love and hug the car that's wearing it.

What I don't get is why any man in their right mind would drive around in a car that's wearing these decals. Imagine a guy in a pink car with eyelashes. Maybe it just me. But if you're going to use these decals on your vehicle, here are a few things you need to note:

Headlight Eyelashes

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Car Headlight Eyelashes, What Are They?

These are small to large size eyelashes made exclusively for your vehicles; cars, SUV's and Trucks. Headlight eyelashes are made of high quality PVC (Polyvinyl chloride), a stronger, softer, but more flexible type plastic that's used in clothing and upholstery.

These Headlight Eyelashes come in a 3D style, and a regular sticker-type style. Both of these styles are sold in pairs. The 3D car eyelashes and come installed with pre-attached 3M automotive trim tape backing. The 3M Automotive tape supposedly, will not damage the paint of your vehicle and makes it easy to attach to your vehicle.

The 3D Headlight Eyelashes are designed to stay on your vehicle at normal driving speeds, which means there's a possibility they'll come off if vehicle is driven at high speed. There have been customers complaints of decals coming off in heavy rain, and even of scratches on vehicles cause by the lashes flicking back and forth at high speed/ high wind.

Headlight Eyelashes can be found in the following colors: black, yellow, green, and purple. You can buy them flat and shape or curl them yourself, or buy the pre-curled ones. They can even be cut to your desired length.

Dos and Don'ts of Headlight Eyelashes Decals

Do use the original, authentic onces. These came curled, and they won't damage your car.
Don't use the fake, floppy ones. These are usually the ones that are accompanied with instuctions on how to curl the eyelashes. They tend to beat against your vehicle while in motion and can cause scratches and possibly dents.
Do use the ones that matches or compliment your car color.
Don't just pick any color. Pick one that appeals to the eye. Pink Eyelashes decals don't look good on a tan or hunter green car*.
Do use them on new or fairly used cars.
Don't apply eyelashes decals on old damaged, wobbly headlights. It gives the appearance of a car under the influence* lol.
*Just my opinions. Not a written down law.

Headlight Eyelashes

Headlight Eyeliners

Need an Eye-liner for your baby on wheels? Just in case you don't know, there are also headlight eyeliners out there to complete your car's headlight décor. Yes, your cars need to line their headlights to be more, shall I say, presentable to their admirers.

Headlight Eyeliners are designed to enhance the look of your vehicle eye-lashes. These eyeliners are great for use with or without car headlight eyelashes. Vehicle eye-liners come in a variety of designs and colors. You'll even find headlight eye-liner with sparkly rhinestones. Which will make these headlight eyeliners a great way to add bling to your car.

Some eBay sellers claim on their product descriptions that some of the headlight eye-liners are supposedly made with diamonds crystals. They come in all the colors that are adaptable to most vehicle size and colors. The common eye-liners are Red, Gold, Purple, Blue, Silver, and Pink.

Other Car Decals

For those of you who think installing the headlight eyelashes and/or eyeliner is going to be too much of a hassle, here are a couple of other vehicle decals you may find acceptable.

Vinyl Eyelashes

A pair of vinyl eyelashes might just bestick decal you already have on your vehicle. They are easy to apply and take off, and would last through years of car washing.

Vinyl Car Lip

If you're getting the eyelashes for your wheels, you might as well just go ahead and get the vinyl car lip decal. They're not kissable, but they'll sure make your car look out of this world.

How Durable Are These Car Decals?

As with everything else you plan to buy, especially off the Internet, you need to do some research of your own. You're probably wondering whether these are worth your time and money. Are they durable? I have some information that will help answer that for you.

Well, if you like the idea of giving your car an extreme make-over, then go ahead and get these. They are cute. They are a great eye-pleasers, and you're sure to get complimented on your vehicle.

But first, take a look at the information I've gathered from customers testimonies of these vehicle decals.

Pros & Cons of Car Decals

Decal Type
3D Car Eyelashes Headlight
Great eye pleasers. Adds a touch of style to your vehicle. You'll get lots of compliments on your car.
3D Vehicle Eye-lashes tends to come off when vehicle is at high to very high speed probably due to their weight. Also, flicking eye-lashes could leave scratches on your vehicle causing minor damage. Not so easy to apply on some shape of headlights. There are many fakes out there, so buyer beware.
Car Eyelashes Sticker
Great eye pleasers. Adds a touch of style to your vehicle. You'll get lots of compliments on your car. Works like any other bumper-sticker. Easy to apply and remove. Won't damage your car.
Car Crystal Eye-liner Decal
Great eye pleasers. Adds a touch of style to your vehicle. You'll get lots of compliments on your car.
Crystalled Eye-liners tends to come off when vehicle is at high to very high speed probably due to their weight, and also in extreme very hot to freezing weather.
Lips Car Decal / Sticker
Great eye pleasers. Adds a touch of style to your vehicle. You'll get lots of compliments on your car. Works like any other bumper-sticker. Easy to apply and remove. Won't damage your car.
*The cons on these page could be the result of customers buying the clones. You may not have these issues with the real thing.

How Can I Tell The Real Car Eye-lashes/Eye-liners from The Fake?

Be aware that most of the decals out there are clones of the original. It is common to see decals of the same look or type that are more expensive than others, and vice versa. Thus, the saying, "What you pay is what you get". So, how can you tell?

  • If what you're buying is a lot cheaper than the other guy's. That may be an indication that you're not getting the real thing.
  • The original vehicles eye-lashes are designed to last. They are made with durable polypropylene). And, they are pre-curled, so you're not required to curl these yourself.
  • The real vehicles eye-lashes and eye-liners tends to weight a little more, and cost a lot more than the fakes. So, if you're buying from a brick-and-mortar store with different style or price, beware!.

So, be sure you buy yours from a credible source like eBay or from your neighborhood auto parts dealers. That way you can always go back for a quick refund or replacement if things didn't work as you expected.

Deck Your Car With Eye-lashes/Eye-liners!

And so, it seems that headlight eyelashes are gaining popularity, and are here to stay. More and more vehicle owners are opting to decorate their cars, SUV and Trucks with these decals and other vehicle decals, such as, diamond and crystal eyeliners and stick-on lips. What would they think of next, vehicle mustache or diaper.


Author: Comfort Babatola - © February 2014


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    • ComfortB profile imageAUTHOR

      Comfort Babatola 

      4 years ago from Bonaire, GA, USA

      Yes, @guyrichie , it's getting really popular, fast. Wouldn't mind having one on my car.

      Thanks for reading and commenting!

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      4 years ago

      now thats the latest fad...

    • ComfortB profile imageAUTHOR

      Comfort Babatola 

      4 years ago from Bonaire, GA, USA

      Thanks Ms. Ballinger - I appreciate your visit, and taking the time to read and comment. And thanks for the votes. Have a blessed day!

    • Treasuresofheaven profile image

      Sima Ballinger 

      4 years ago from Michigan

      Very refreshing read. This hub is very creative, and you did a fantastic job writing the content. You have inspired me. I voted Up, Useful, Funny, and Interesting - I had never heard of such a thing as car eyelashes, etc...

    • ComfortB profile imageAUTHOR

      Comfort Babatola 

      5 years ago from Bonaire, GA, USA

      @tillsontitan - Yes. It doesn't hurt to dress those baby up if we choose to. After all, we probably spend the most time in them outside of our home.

      Thanks for your great input. Quite appreciated.

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      Mary Craig 

      5 years ago from New York

      I think they are a riot but my husband would have a fit if I tried to put them on one of our vehicles. Why can't a woman's car have a little pizzaz? Nice hub Comfort, good choice of topic.

      Voted up, useful, and interesting.

    • ComfortB profile imageAUTHOR

      Comfort Babatola 

      6 years ago from Bonaire, GA, USA

      @lindacee - They really are cute. Just yesterday I saw a lady at the gas stations. She has a pink pair of those on her brand new white car. Pretty!

      Thanks for the comments and vote.

    • ComfortB profile imageAUTHOR

      Comfort Babatola 

      6 years ago from Bonaire, GA, USA

      Thanks teaches12345 & McCartney Kay. I totally missed this. I really do appreciated your stopping by and commenting. :)

    • lindacee profile image

      Linda Chechar 

      6 years ago from Arizona

      I just my first car eyelashes last week. Totally unexpected auto accessory. This one also had a red nose. The nose must have been a leftover from Christmas! They are too cute! Loved this Hub. Voted up and awesome. :)

    • McCartney Kay profile image

      McCartney Kay 

      6 years ago from Hiram, Georgia

      You should check out all the other applications for Carlashes we have. Like us at or visit our website at

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      Dianna Mendez 

      6 years ago

      I have not heard nor seen this on a car. I love the red bug with lashes -- how adorable. Great hub topic and so enjoyable to read.


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