It only takes 3 simple steps for false eyelash application according to the world's best seller false lash adhesive make, DUO.
How To apply False Lashes instructions:
Anyone who's ever tried applying false eyelashes for the first time knows it's not this easy.
If you are applying eyelashes for the first time, you might have heard that it's not an easy task. Well step 1 is not so bad, step 2 isn't too bad either. It's step 3 where the difficulty starts. And that's why we are here to help you with 5 easy tips if this is your fist time using falsies :)
Falsies Tip # 1: Something to keep in mind is that the more curved the lash band is, it will make it a bit easier to apply. If you think you may have over done it a bit remember that it's a bit easier to apply an overly curved lash rather than a straight one. Note: lashes not made of 100% Human Hair will not bend as easily due to the stiffer lash band. You can read more on the difference between synthetic and human hair lashes in our next article.
Falsies Tip # 2: Oil-Free is the Way to Be. One rule to remember is that never use an oil based make up remover to remove your lashes. This can cause oil being lodged to the lash band which will make it more difficult to glue on your falsies lashes on when you are using. The adhesive can also get loose prematurely
Falsies Tip # 3: Keep your elbows on the table. Mirror placement when false lash application plays a big role in applying falsies. Many like to apply their lashes while standing in front of the bathroom mirror and that's usually when they start getting into problems My favorite setup: You can start by laying a mirror flat on to a table. Put your elbow to the side of if. It doesn't matter what side and look down in to the mirror. This way gives you a really good view of where to apply your lashes. Check it out for yourself and you will know what I mean. A bit different of the other setup. This one you use a swivel mirror and place it just under your face. Put your elbows on the table for support and adjust the angle to the perfect view. The most important thing is to place your mirror under your face. This gives you just the right view of where your lashes should be.
3) If you shake too much put your chin onto the table. This really helps in getting rid of shakiness.
Falsies Tip # 4: Start Small. If you are just beginning to use false lashes then the ideal lashes to start with are usually accent lashes/demi lashes/half lashes. These shorter length segmented lashes are easier to use rather than full strip lashes because these usually only cover the outer half of your eye or less. Ardell Lashes found in your local beauty supply or drugstore chain are a good brand I recommend. Ardell makes Accent Lashes which are half/baby lashes perfect to place to the outer corners of your eyes for instant glam.
Falsies Tip # 5: Take it One Step at a Time. Love full strip lashes but they seem too long? Try cutting them in 2 or 3 sections will make the world of difference. Full strip lashes cut up into two or three sections (I did three sections): Cut false lashes up for easier application. Note: this tip doesn't work too well with thicker lashes because you will be able to tell where you cut them. So since you're new to this start off with light and short lashes anyways
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