Hey beauties, any tips and tricks for applying fake eye lashes?
I am also interested in tips and tricks for fake eyelash application. I somehow manage to leave a noticeable gap between the fake eyelashes and my lash line everytime I apply them.
It took me years of practice to even walk out the door with them on! My advice is use a brand like Manicare Glam Eyes. Remove a strip of lashes and gently bend the strip back and forth to straighten it out and make them pliable. Then put them on so you can trim to size. The tackyness from the packaging provides enough hold for this stage. Once trimmed apply a drop of glue to your hand and glide the lashes through it. You might need to wipe off excess, you don't want to overdo it. Wait for the glue to become tacky then gently apply them from the inner lash out and wait for them to dry.
By playing with them first they'll be more likely to sit right where you want them without popping up at one end.
I love using the special applicator that came with my Glam by manicare lashes. It makes application easy.
The applicator looks awesome! I'm going to keep and eye out for these. Thank you.
It is awesome CaitMay! It's marked on the pack of Glam by Manicare lash sets - not all sets, but I think most of the 2-packs include the applicator.
I didn't realize they came with applicators either - I will keep an eye out :) Thanks!
BYS and elf
Are these brands easy to apply?
It's hard to find an eyelash applicator that works for you the best, cause I had tones and none of them worked it turned out to be one that I got with a set of lashes was the best one and it was for individual sale. So i started using tweezers instead, they work really well if you have the flat headed tweezers, looking down into a mirror is also the best way to apply lashes and of course make sure the glue is tacky before applying. I used to leave mine till it was very tacky so the application was much easier :)
This is the type of tweezer I'm referring too
hope this helped xx
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