How to Apply False Eyelashes?

False Eyelashes

  1. Size your false eyelashes to be sure they are not too wide for your eyes. Apply them on your eyelid to see if they are too long and if they are, trim them from the outside with nail scissors until you are comfortable with the length.
  2. Apply mascara to your own eyelashes in order to make them stiff and blend with the false eyelashes.
  3. Take the lashes with a set of tweezers grabbing them from the section that it’s closer to the root of the lash and try not to pull them too much because they are really fragile and can quickly split.
  4. Put a little bit of Duo Adhesive glue on the eyelashes and let it dry a little for around 15 seconds. You can try to blow on the glue or gently wave the lashes in the air to speed this up.
  5. Then apply the eyelash in the middle of the lash line.
  6. Tuck the eyelashes on the two ends and with your fingers press the false eyelashes with your natural ones.
  7. Again, apply Mascara and Eye Liner, making sure they mesh into each other.
  8. If we can still see the glue, add a black eye shadow used wet to hide it.
  9. And after? Use makeup remover to remove your false lashes. Dip a cotton-swab in your eye makeup remover and rub it along your lash line. Wait few second and gently pull off the strip end to end.

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The PANDORA'S Makeup Box Blog written by PANDORA'S Makeup Box®, a Canadian makeup brand created by Susan Kirsch, entrepreneur, studio owner, and award-winning makeup artist. We love to share Beauty Tips and Tricks, products and techniques so that you can benefit from our expertise and new finds.
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