This usually involves hovering around a compact and struggling to add a pair of falsies for some much needed instant “va-va-voom”. Applying your lashes wrong can mean disaster for your whole look.
Glue gone astray can cause lumpy-bumpy eyeshadow and if your eyes begin to water, from tugging your lids all over the shop, you’ve well and truly had it. Here are few easy steps to get those lashes in line every time. Everyone’s eyes are different shapes and sizes. Ensure a perfect application (and no flapping or eyeball-poking ends) by trimming your lashes to the length of your eye.The glue needs to become nice and tacky before you attempt to stick it along your lash line. Count to at least 30, before going in for the kill. Place the lashes where your natural bulk of lashes begin. Look down and press the lashes along your lash line; pressing down in the centre, outer edge and inner corner. Set your lashes by pinching and pushing your natural lashes together with the falsies. To make lashes last longer, add a few dots of adhesive along your lash line, as well as the fake lashes.
Soften the lashes and prevent “pop-up” by rolling the falsies round your finger or a makeup brush, before application. When it comes to trimming, do so from the outer edge and cut from the vain to prevent over chopping. Do so from the outer edge and never the inner. Place a mirror in a position near you that lets you look down into it as you apply the falsies. For a more natural look, try chopping lashes in half and applying to the outer corner. Apply a little more glue to the inner corner and outer edges of your lashes, to keep the ends firmly down. If there is a small, visible gap between your eyelid and the lashes, don’t fret – fill in the gap using a matte black shadow or liner. To avoid damaging your natural lashes, never pull the lashes off when it comes to removing them. Use cotton buds and oily makeup remover instead. To reuse your lashes, gently wash them in washing up liquid and hot water and pull of any old, dry glue with tweezers.
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I was a little skeptical because of the price but they definitely won a 5 star rating.
I used an eye lash glue from amazon that ended up totaling around 6 dollars and they stayed on all day!!
They look very natural and are very real and full looking.
I didn't even use any mascara, only eyeliner to hide them into my lash line!
Perfect for an everyday natural look or for a full do with eyeshadow!
Everyone who gave me compliments thought they were real!
I will probably use them for a daily natural look or try stacking them. Even though they were skimpier they were easy to apply and looked natural. It came in a lot earlier than expected which is always a plus!
Koji dolly wink eyelashes by tsubasa masuwaka. Apply adhesive on the lash cluster bands and wait until the adhesive is half-dry. Press the lash clusters gently on your eyelid (close to the roots of your eyelashes). Adjust the lash clusters until they are nicely mixed together with your eyelashes. Gently place wet cotton on your eyelids for 30 seconds, so that the adhesive of the lash clusters dissolves. Gently remove the lash clusters from the outer corners. Clear off the remaining adhesive on bands and place the lash clusters on tray for re-use.
I wore these to a con and they were sooooo easy to wear and they weren't uncomfortable at all!