How to Use
If this is your first time applying false eyelashes, fret not. We’ve got you covered. Our easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide will make you a pro in no time.
1. Prepare Your Supplies: Keep everything you need within your reach so you don’t have to rush in the process. Also, you can curl your natural lashes with an eyelash curler if desired.
2. Pick and Trim the False Eyelashes: Choose the style and length of false eyelashes you prefer. Trim the lashes to fit the length of your eyelid if it’s too long. Measure the lashes against your eyelid and trim from the outer corner if necessary.
3. Use a Tweezer or an Eyelash Applicator: To pick up eyelashes from the base, use a tweezer or an eyelash applicator, holding them in the center.
4. Apply Eyelash Adhesive: Squeeze a small amount of adhesive if it’s tube-like or dip the brush if it’s in a glass type container. Wait for a few seconds to let the adhesive become tacky, which will make the application easier and effective.
5. Applying the Lashes:
- Looking down into a mirror, place the false lashes as close to your natural lash line as possible. Start applying from the center of your eyelid, then gently press down the inner and outer corners.
- Adjust the position using the tweezers or applicator to ensure they're properly aligned and comfortable.
- Once the false lashes are in place, press down along the entire lash line to secure them. Use the back end of the tweezers or your fingertip to press and hold the lashes in place for a few seconds.
6. Finishing Touches:
- In the event that you have glue that appears through your makeup, there's nothing to worry about; simply use eyeliner to conceal it. Besides making your eyes appear deeper, it will also enhance your make-up look.
- Don't forget to apply a bit of mascara before admiring your lovely new lashes, and you're all set!
P.S: As you apply mascara, your natural lashes will lift generously, along with your freshly applied false lashes. We suggest that you do not skip this step!
When removing your false eyelashes, first thing you must keep in mind is to be gentle to avoid pulling or tugging at your natural lashes. Here are some of the ways to properly remove it:
1. Gather Supplies: You'll need a gentle oil-based makeup remover, cotton pads or cotton swab, a bowl of warm water, and a towel.
2. Wash Your Hands: Start by washing your hands thoroughly to ensure cleanliness.
3. Prepare Makeup Remover: Soak a cotton pad or a cotton swab in an oil-based makeup remover. Make sure to use a gentle formula that won't irritate your eyes.
4. Apply Makeup Remover: Close your eyes and gently press the soaked cotton pad or cotton swab onto your eyelid where the false lashes are attached. Hold it there for a few seconds to allow the makeup remover to start dissolving the adhesive.
5. Gently Rub: After a few seconds, gently start rubbing the cotton pad or cotton swab along the lash line. Be very careful and gentle to avoid pulling on your natural lashes.
6. Peel-off Lashes: As the adhesive begins to loosen, you can carefully start peeling off the false lashes from the outer corner of your eye towards the inner corner. If you encounter resistance, stop and apply more makeup remover.
7. Repeat on the Other Eye: Repeat the same process on the other eye to remove the false lashes completely.
8. Remove Residue: Once the false lashes are off, you might have some residual adhesive left on your natural lashes. Dip a cotton swab in the makeup remover and gently rub it along the lash line to remove any remaining adhesive.
9. Cleanse Your Face: After you've removed the false lashes and adhesive, cleanse your face as you normally would to remove any traces of makeup remover and residual adhesive.
10. Moisturize: Apply a gentle, oil-free moisturizer around your eyes to keep the area hydrated.
11. Care for False Lashes: Gently remove any leftover adhesive using tweezers or your fingers, and then clean the lashes with a mild cleanser or warm water. Pat it dry with a clean towel and let it air dry before it storing it back for your next use.
Always remember to be patient and gentle when removing false eyelashes. Pulling or removing it too fast can damage your natural lashes or worst irritate your eyes. If you are having difficulty or uncomfortable removing the lashes on your own, consider seeking help from a professional or someone who is experienced with false eyelashes. You can dive into the history of False Eyelashes here.