- Gwyneth Zhang
- Issue Time
- Dec 2,2019
There has been a surge in popularity over the past few years, on offer today are lashes in many different designs and styles. Some people believe that strip lashes are harder to apply than individual lashes but as with everything; it all comes down to practice - and remember, practice makes perfect! #eyelashes #minklashes #minkeyelashes #falselashes #makeup #lashesextention
How to apply false eyelashes?
Lash glue, lashes, cuticle scissors, a mirror and tweezers or another make-up tool
To begin with, take the lashes and place them (without the glue) on your eye to see how they fit.
Next you’ll want to take the glue and apply a small thin layer along the ‘strip’ of the lash, one at a time, and try to apply as thin a line, and as little as possible. After this wait a minute or so until the glue has become sticky or 'tacky', and pop the false lash in place as close to your natural lashes as you can.
Then use the tweezers or other make up tool to push the lashes down and hold them in place for a few second while the glue sets and secures the lashes.
After the glue has set and the lashes are fixed firmly in place, apply some mascara to help your natural lashes bond with the false ones and create a look that is either natural or dramatic, depending on what you are aiming for.