Fake lashes can make a world of difference in the way your eyes look. They enhance and draw attention to your facial features. If done properly, you could be pleasantly surprised with the results.
Take a look at these tips and tricks to better assist your application.
Measure the lashes.
Properly measure the length of the fake lash to make sure it correctly fits the shape of your eyelid. If necessary, cut off the ends of the lash until you get the right length.
Use high-quality glue.
Use high-quality glue in order to have long-lasting results (not the glue that comes with the pack). If you don’t have a steady hand, try applying the glue with a toothpick and glide it across the strip. Use a generous amount of glue at both the inner and outer corners. This prevents the lashes from lifting up when you blink.
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Allow the glue to dry.
Allow the glue to dry a bit (10 seconds) before applying it to the lid. This makes the glue tackier and easier to apply and prevents slippage while trying to line it up properly.
Avoid placing the lash on your eyelid.
It’s best to apply the lashes on top of your natural lashes at the lash baseline. Do not place it on the eyelid. High-quality glue will dry clear, and is forgiving when and if you get a little messy.
This helps to better blend the natural lashes with the false ones.
Don’t start over.
If you have a visible gap between where the false lash strip sits and the natural lash line, don’t start over! A simple fix is to fill in the gap with either liquid liner or eye shadow.
Remove the lashes before removing your makeup.
It’s best to remove the lashes prior to removing your facial makeup. In a dabbing motion, use oily makeup remover to