Fake lashes can be fun to add some extra drama to your makeup routine. They have the power to transform your look, but there are a few things you need to know before you try them out. So, do you want long and luscious eye lashes? Then keep reading below for tips on applying and removing fake lashes!
Different kinds of fake lashes
Before applying your fake lashes, it’s essential to know the different kinds of sites that provide fake eyelashes so that you can find the right one for your needs. The two main types are individual lashes (also known as banded or strip lashes) and cluster lashes.
Individual eyelashes are generally easier to apply because they’re longer than strips, but they also require more time and effort since they don’t come pre-glued as strip lash sets do. Clustered or “natural” eyelashes use synthetic fibre strands with small tips instead of hairs, which means they look more natural than real lashes because their rounded tip resembles that of human hair rather than animal fur. Cluster-style lashes are also typically less expensive than strip-style lashes because they don’t have any glue already attached to them—you’ll need to buy some separately before applying them yourself!
How to apply fake lashes
- Cut the lash strip to fit your eye. The easiest way to do this is with scissors—cut from the outer edge of the strip down towards your nose. This will create a custom-fit false lash for your eye!
- Apply glue to both sides of the lash strip and wait for it to dry for about 10 seconds before applying it to your eyelid or immediately after using it if you’re in a hurry.
- Press one side of the strip onto your upper lash line, starting at its outer edge and pulling toward the inner corner until you reach where most natural lashes would fall on that side of your eye (usually between 5/8″ away from the inner corner and ¼” out). Repeat with another half so there’s no gap between them when placed next to one another (if using more than one pair).
- Press down on the centre portion with tweezers once both halves have been applied; this will secure them in place.
How to remove fake lashes
To remove fake lashes:
- Hold a pair of tweezers as you pull out a splinter.
- Slowly slide the curved end underneath one edge of the lash.
- Continue this motion around the entire perimeter until you have lifted it away from your eyelid. You can also use a cotton swab or makeup remover to loosen the adhesive and gently pry off any remaining glue (make sure to dilute with water first).
How often should you clean fake lashes?
You should consider how often you wear your fake eyelashes while cleaning. If you wear them every day, it’s best to clean them once a week. If they are worn occasionally, they should be cleaned every 2-3 months.
In conclusion, fake lashes are a great way to enhance your look, as long as you know how to apply them correctly. If you are new to this, it is highly recommended to start out with strip eyelashes. It is hoped that this article has helped guide you through the process of applying them.