- Using a pair of tweezers, carefully remove your lashes from the tray. Start from either end of the lash and lightly pull from the lash band. Do not tug on the individual lashes.
- When it comes to false lashes, one size does not fit all. To blend seamlessly with your natural lashes, it’s important to measure and resize if necessary. Place the strip across your natural lash line. If any of the lash is hanging off the end, trim any excess from the outer corner only.
- Gently hold the lash with your tweezers and apply glue along the band. Use a light layer to cover it, and place an extra dab on both ends. Be careful not to use too much glue - less is more in this case.
- Wait at least 30-60 seconds. The biggest mistake people make is trying to apply the lash too quickly, which causes it to slide all over the lid. Wait for the glue to get tacky as this is a crucial step in making your application easy peasy.
- Apply the lash to the base of your natural lash line, focusing on the middle first. Then, pull the outer corner of the lash to move it into place and match where you want it.
REMOVING AND CARING FOR YOUR LASHES.
Dab the tip of your finger into makeup remover, and lightly run it along the band to soften the glue. Gently tug on the outer corner of the band, and continue to remove the lash. You can easily take off your lashes without the help of makeup remover, but if you want to extend the life of your new set, this method never hurts.
Do not apply mascara or product of any kind to the lashes. This will shorten their lifespan. Always remove the excess glue from the bands before placing them back in their tray.