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How to Apply False Lashes Like a Pro

Choosing the Right False Lashes

Before you begin, it's essential to select the perfect false lashes for your desired look. Consider factors such as length, volume, and style. Whether you prefer a subtle enhancement or full-on glam, there's a lash style out there for you.

Preparing Your Natural Lashes

Cleanse and Prime

Start by ensuring your natural lashes are clean and free of any makeup or residue. Use a gentle cleanser to remove any oil or debris, then apply a lightweight primer to create a smooth base for your false lashes to adhere to.

Curl Your Lashes

Using an eyelash curler, gently curl your natural lashes to help them blend seamlessly with your falsies and create a lifted effect.

Applying Adhesive Correctly

lash glue

Using the Right Amount

Apply a thin, even layer of lash adhesive to the band of your false lashes. Be careful not to use too much glue, as this can lead to a messy application and discomfort.

Waiting for the Adhesive to Become Tacky

Allow the adhesive to sit for 30-60 seconds until it becomes tacky. This step is crucial for ensuring your lashes adhere properly and stay in place throughout the day.

Placement and Application

Starting from the Center

Begin by placing the center of the false lash band onto the center of your natural lash line. Use the tweezers to gently press the lashes into place, ensuring they are secure and comfortable.

Adjusting the Corners

Once the center is secure, use the tweezers to adjust the inner and outer corners of the lashes, ensuring they blend seamlessly with your natural lashes.

Pressing the Lashes

Once the adhesive has fully dried, gently press your false lashes against your natural lashes to ensure they are securely attached and free of any gaps.

Touching Up with Eyeliner

For added definition, use a fine-tipped eyeliner to fill in any gaps along the lash line and create a seamless transition between your natural lashes and falsies.

Maintaining Your False Lashes

Proper Removal

When it's time to remove your false lashes, gently peel them off starting from the outer corner and working inwards. Avoid pulling or tugging on the lashes to prevent damage to your natural lashes.

Cleaning and Storing

After each use, gently clean your false lashes with a makeup remover to remove any adhesive or mascara residue. Store them in a clean, dry container to maintain their shape and prolong their lifespan.

Common Mistakes to Avoid

  • Using too much adhesive

  • Applying lashes too far from the lash line

  • Skipping the mascara blending step

  • Not properly cleaning and storing lashes after use

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