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A step by step guide, on how to wear false eyelashes, for beginners

December 09, 2018

A step by step guide, on how to wear false eyelashes, for beginners

Our 3D Silk Eyelashes are 100% cruelty free, they are made of high quality synthetic fibers, and not Mink (animal) hair. Our lashes can be reused up to 20 times if you care for them properly. 

Our Gossip Girl inspired series of eyelashes currently comes in 4 styles.

BLAIR - is the most natural style of the lot. It is whispy and separated and adds a great deal of length. It's not particularly voluminous.

SERENA - packs a punch, it gives you volume and length while still looking extremely fluttery and natural and whispy. This particular style will also complement hooded eyes.

JENNY - Jenny, is the most dramatic style out of the lot. It adds volume and a LOT of length. This style would suit someone with bigger eyes, that have a lot of eyelid space. 

VANESSA - Vanessa, is volumizing but also has separated lashes, this separation makes this style of lashes a great pair to be worn with smokey or more dramatic eye looks. It will help your eye makeup peep through. This is a style which we believe should complement a lot of different eye shapes and sizes. 


Instructions on how to wear false eyelashes: 

1. Gently remove the lashes from the tray and align with your natural lash line to check fit. Trim excess with scissors if needed.

2. Curl your natural lashes and apply a few coats of mascara as desired.

3.Apply a thin line of eyelash adhesive to the lash band and wait for 30 seconds for the glue to set.

4.Use tweezers or an eyelash applicator to gently place the lashes as close to your natural lash line as possible. Press and hold down the ends to ensure a good fit.

P.S - if you're scared to use tweezers or an eyelash applicator, you can try applying them with your hands as well, however if you have long nails, it could make it a little difficult. 

Practice makes perfect, so don't be afraid to keep trying, you will definitely get the hang of it.