Who doesn’t want their eyelashes looking fleek and sleek? Not a guess, it has a lot to do with genes and how you maintain your eyelashes. While some are simply blessed with thick curly eyelashes, others can try natural remedies to amp up their lash game
. Meanwhile if you want an instant result, try putting false eyelashes instead. Applying false eyelashes is a great way to add a glam quotient to your look if done correctly. Fret not, it’s not a difficult task to do. To simplify the entire process of applying falsies, we have laid down a step by step guide for you to follow.
Always invest in a quality false eyelash. Although we don’t support real mink lashes for being cruel to the animal, there’re plenty of cruelty-free labels to opt for. Again, invest in a premium adhesive glue. Don’t compromise in these things as it can inflame or irritate your skin otherwise. Buying a false lash applicator tool is optional.
Once you have your requirements ready, start sizing out the eyelash according to your lash line. Measure your lash line and trim off the excess from the free-sized false eyelash. Be careful not to leave sharp edges.
Now coil the false lashes forming a circular shape for 5 to 10 seconds so that they hold the bend for a smooth fit. Do not press them and be extra gentle while handling falsies.
Now apply adhesive glue on the lash line of your falsies and let it dry for 5 seconds before you apply. Make sure you’re only applying only the required amount, anything less or more will not make it work. After drying the glue, it should appear somewhat semi-transparent.
Now take a tweezers or lash applicator to hold the falsies close to your nature upper lash line. You can do this with your fingers as well and place it as close to the natural lash line as possible. Gently press your natural lashes and falsies together to blend in and check if the corners are well-settled. Leave it for 5 to 10 seconds before you coat the lashes with mascara to finish off. And, you’re done!
Make sure you’re taking them off carefully and sanitising falsies every time after usage.
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