Make sure you read these tips to help you apply false eyelashes. Applying false lashes is much easier than it seems and you can do it like a pro in no time!
Want to get the most natural look from faux eyelashes? It is definitely easier than you think. Here are a few tips to get you started:
Make sure to take your eyelashes out of the package and bend them back and forth to soften the strip. The good eyelash strips will already have a soft strip so no need to over do it because most of the work will be done with you.
Make sure to measure the eyelash strip and make necessary adjustments. If you want to make sure that the eyelash looks natural then you need to make sure that the strip is the exact same size as your natural lashes. Trim the extra pieces if any, and make sure that both eyelash strips are the same length.
Apply mascara to your own eyelashes BEFORE applying the eyelash strip. Putting mascara on your own lashes makes a huge difference when trying to apply the eyelash strip because it gives it more surface area for the lash to adhere to. This technique also makes it easier to remove the eyelash strip at the end of the night because the lash is attached to mascara and not just your bare lashes.
Once you apply the adhesive on the strip of eyelashes make sure to allow the adhesive to dry. The adhesive has to stay on the eyelash strip for at least a full minute before you put it on so that it can stick to the eyelash. This will help you keep your flawless look for the entire night without worrying that they will fall off.
Lastly, make sure to use makeup remover when taking off your eyelashes. This will save your natural lashes so they don’t fall off and it also helps keep your eyelash strip in good condition. I usually apply the remover on the lashes and let it soak for a few minutes while I finish off my bedtime routine and then slowly remove them. If you use a remover and take care of the lashes they should last you quite a bit.
All opinions expressed are genuine and my own. The Sensible Gal is no expert so please do not substitute my opinions for professional advice.