Tips On How To Apply False Eyelashes
Nearly all women desire to have thick long eyelashes, but most aren’t naturally born with these. This is why many people are turning to false eyelashes.
There are many different brands and styles of eyelashes available and its up to the individual which one they choose. There are natural false eyelashes that are great for day-to-day wear and volume lashes which are more commonly used on nights out and parties. False eyelashes can be found online or in supermarkets and on the high street.
False eyelashes can be tricky to apply they do require time and patience. The more a person tries the better they will become. Below are a few tips and tricks to help you with the process.
Firstly its best to have all the tools you are going to need at hand you don’t want to start and then have to run around trying to find everything else you need. To apply your eyelashes you will need; A mirror, false eyelashes, eyelash glue, tweezers and scissors.
Something to keep in mind before applying your eyelashes is to make sure that all your other make up is applied, especially their eye makeup.
Firstly a person should check that the eyelashes sit comfortably on their eye, if not trim them down with a pair of scissors. Once they are happy with the length of their lashes its always good to bend them about so they are super flexible when it comes to sticking them on.
The next thing they want to do is to apply the glue to the false eyelashes. They can do this by either applying a blob of glue onto the back of their hand and running the eyelash through it, or use the applicator within the glue and apply it straight to the back of the eyelash.
Once the glue has been applied it’s recommended they wait around 30 seconds for the glue to become tacky so they are easier to stick down.
Once they have stuck on their eyelashes and are happy with where they are placed they want to press them down with a pair of tweezers. Their eyelashes should now be in place for the rest of the night.
To remove the lashes its best they use makeup remover to help unbind the glue instead of just pulling off the lashes which can damage the eyelid and even tare out some of the natural eyelashes.