Let's face it, the introduction of false lash is heaven sent, though I don't use it often because I gat long lashes *don't jealous me though* and sadly I also had bad encounters with them at first, but since I got it right, it's been all about slaying whenever I apply them.
It definitely makes ones eye beautiful and I love to add my magical kajal to give it that sultry look *wink* - so have you been eager to do this little task yourself rather than visit the technician? Then here are the simple steps to take and please be careful, even though it's 2017, there still isn't eye for sale in the market.
You need your tools, which are: the tweezers, the lash glue, and patience.
• Curl your natural lashes and comb on a coat of mascara so it will be able to support the weight of the false lashes.
• Size your lashes and cut to fit. You can trim to your taste, if too long trim, if too wide then cut it.
• Apply lash glue to the outer seam of the false lashed strip with a short brush or applicator, then allow the glue to dry for a bit before applying to your natural lash.
• Place strip on your eyelid from upward and not from the front or inward like I usually do before i got it right. With this logic, it will look more natural. Position it as close as possible to your natural lashes so it gets close to the natural line.
• Allow glue to dry naturally, and once it is in place, there is no need for you to press or hold it down.
Tips: you can use makeup remover to remove the false lashes, please don't remove by force and allow monkey to be finer than you, like it was for me *lool*. Rub the remover on the lash line, and allow it sit for a bit, then gently remove.
Lash glues are usually white in color, so when it becomes less visible, that's a cue it is dry. And also you can reuse your false lashes, provided you clean it and store in a clean place after use.
Here are a few more step by step Infographic you can save.. Select the easiest method for you and you are good to become the next glam queen!!
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