F.lashes LED Mustaches are now a thing



Last month, the internet saw — and loved — the most tantalizing beauty tech in LED lashes. Now, the same company brings us more wearable LED lights in our lives.

These light-up lashes are a great way to add sparkle to your look

Girl wearling pink LED lashes

They’re LED strips you can stick to your eyes! These pretty things are wired accessories powered by small batteries hidden at the back of your head.

It comes in different colors and responds to movement!

Man and woman wearing led lashes

These glitzy eyelashes are currently part of a Kickstarted program. F.lashes, the company behind these babies, say they will be available by January 2018.

But, they’re not sticking to just lashes!

man wearing LED moustache

They’ve just announced their LED mustaches! Yes, definitely Lit AF.

F.lashes says that though the prototypes are wired, the final products will be wireless. They will come in different colors and will be responsive to movement. But, that’s not all: They’re also responsive to touch!

This is another great way to light up your face (in the most literal sense)

Close up of touch sensitive LED moustache

Unfortunately, you can’t buy this flashy facial hair, as they’re only being offered as a bonus to F.lashes’ Kickstarter supporters.

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OnePlus is building its own mechanical keyboard

To celebrate its 9th anniversary



It’s OnePlus’s 9th anniversary. For almost the entirety of December, the smartphone brand is holding a plethora of events for its fans. Naturally, one of those events involves new products coming to OnePlus. Teased officially, the company has revealed what’s coming: a mechanical keyboard.

Besides smartphones, OnePlus also has a wider lineup of other devices like smartwatches and earbuds. That said, a mechanical keyboard is an all-new department for the company.

Based on the small landing page for the keyboard, OnePlus is creating the device with Keychron, a notable brand for the segment. Unfortunately, the page does not reveal much more about the keyboard. If anything, Keychron’s involvement confirms that the company means business.

As with most mechanical keyboards these days, users can customize the upcoming device’s keycaps. With that, another mystery is whether the brand will sell custom keycaps of their own, or users can buy their own.

Thankfully, interested users don’t have to wait long. OnePlus is scheduled to launch the new keyboard on December 15, right in the middle of its grand celebration for its 9th anniversary.

Since its inception, OnePlus has moved from flagship killer to selling flagships itself to now expanding beyond just simple flagships. Now, the brand is looking beyond.

SEE ALSO: OnePlus officially teases Nord Watch

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Best iPhone 14 Accessories: Battery Packs, Mounts, Wallets!

Also meant for those with iPhone 12 and 13 series



Are you one among those users rocking the newest iPhone 14 and 14 Pro Series?

Or maybe you’re still using any of the phones in the iPhone 12, 12 Pro, 13, and 13 Pro lineup?

Well, this one’s for you!

Look no further as we’ve rounded-up top accessory picks in three easy categories: battery packs, mounts, and wallets.

Curious to find ’em out? Head over to our Best iPhone Accessories video now!

SEE ALSO: Best iPhone 14 Cases

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CASETiFY release new Apple Watch-compatible cases, bands

Choose your color



CASETiFY has added new options in its lineup of accessories with the release of Apple Watch impact cases and stainless steel Monolink watch bands.

The CASETiFY Impact Watch case comes in plastic and metal variants, both made of durable PC material with a matt sandblast finish to make it water and sweat-resistant.

Moreover, the metal variant comes with an aluminum finish. The plastic and metal options are both available in black, gold, silver, and rose gold colors for US$ 30 and US$ 39, respectively.

Meanwhile, the CASETiFY Monolink watch bands are made of premium 316L stainless steel with a fine brushed finish, making it corrosion-resistant as well.

It is compatible not only with the Apple Watch series 1 to 8, Ultra, and SE, but also other brands of smartwatches, using 20mm and 24mm straps. The watch band will be available for US$ 89.

Lastly, CASETiFY also offers customers essential watch bands made out of upcycled plastic. These come with personalization options and print choice.

With more than 40 designs, these bands retail for US$ 50.

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