How to appiled Eye Lashes

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We always say that when it comes to cosmetics, expensive isn't necessarily better, and false lashes are no exception! There are excellent options available at the online for a fraction of the price .
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How to Apply False Lashes

Step 1: Remove the lashes from the container by pushing down on the center of the lash strip with your thumb. Do not pull from either end of the strip because you don't want to stretch, rip, or tear the delicate lash strip. If the lashes are difficult to remove by pushing down in the center with your thumb, use tweezers. (Keep the container, just in case you want to save your falsies and wear them again.)
Step 2: Try on your lashes before you apply eye makeup. You won't have to hold them there with your fingers because new lashes generally have a small amount of adhesive left on the lash band. Trying on your lashes before applying eye makeup lets you gauge what they will look like on, and then you can plan your eye design (especially the eyeliner) around your lashes.
Step 3: Apply your eyeshadow design, but skip the eyeliner and mascara for now. Most types of eyeliner will affect how the eyelash glue sets. If you must use eyeliner before you apply your lashes, we recommend using a liquid liner or a lightweight gel liner. Eye pencils tend to interfere with how the eyelash glue sets, leading to short-lived results.
Step 4: Before applying the lash strip, gently bend and wiggle the strip. This will help it rest more comfortably against the curvature of your eyelid.
Step 5: Try the lashes on again before setting them with the glue. This is your chance to see if your eye makeup needs to be enhanced or toned down. It's much easier to add more eye makeup before the lash strips are in place and the glue dries.
Step 6: Trim the lashes. Almost everyone needs to trim strip lashes to get them to fit properly. Trim the lash strip so that it ends before your natural lash line thins out at the inner corner of your eye. If the lash strip doesn't fit your eye shape, you may need to cut the lashes into two parts for a comfortable fit.
It's best to trim the lash strip from the OUTSIDE. Lash strips typically have smaller lashes at the inner corners to mimic natural lash growth. Falsies that have a dramatic wing shape can be cut from the inside, but there will be a more obvious demarcation between where the false lashes stop and your natural lashes start.
(Note: It's okay to trim the lashes after Step 2, but you'll mitigate any post-trimming regret by waiting to trim the lashes until you've tried them on with your finished eye design. Once the lash strip is cut, there's no going back.)
Step 7: Happy with your eye makeup design? Now you're ready to apply the glue to the underside of the lash strip.
Step 8: Apply the lash strip as closely to the lash line as possible, but don't apply the lash strip to your eyelashes because you don't want to risk getting glue in your eye. Also, it's messy to remove the glue from your real lashes, and you risk pulling out your real lashes if the get stuck in the glue.
Step 9: Give your lashes a minute or two to set with the glue before applying eyeliner over the lash band. Applying eyeliner will help the lash strip blend seamlessly into your eye design.
Step 10: If necessary, complete the look with a light coat of mascara to blend your natural lashes with the falsies.

Step 1: Remove your false lashes by gently pulling out from the center of the lash and wiggling until the lash comes off.
Step 2: Use a silicone-based eye makeup remover and a cotton pad to remove the eyeliner and glue. You may need more than one cotton pad to remove the remaining residue of glue.
Step 3: Don't wet the false lash strip. To remove the glue from the lash strip, gently pull the glue away from the band.
Step 4: Place the lashes back in the container.
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