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How to use lash glue?

Jan 3rd, 2024

1. Start by measuring and trimming the false lashes to fit your eye shape. Hold the lash strip against your eyelid to determine the appropriate length, and trim the excess from the outer edge if necessary.


2. Squeeze a small amount of lash glue onto the back of your hand or a clean surface. It is important not to use too much glue, as it can make the lashes difficult to apply and may cause them to look clumpy.


3. Using a pair of tweezers or a lash applicator, carefully pick up the lash strip from the outer edge. Gently dip the lash band into the glue, ensuring that a thin, even layer is applied along the entire length of the band. Be sure to avoid getting any glue on the lashes themselves.


4. Wait for a few seconds to allow the glue to become tacky. This will help the lashes adhere better to your lash line.


5. Looking down into a mirror, position the lash strip as close to your natural lash line as possible. Starting from the outer corner, press the strip down onto your eyelid, working your way towards the inner corner. Use the tweezers or applicator to gently push the lash strip into place, ensuring it is securely adhered.


6. Allow the lash glue to dry completely. This usually takes a few minutes, but the drying time can vary depending on the brand of glue you are using. Avoid touching or rubbing your eyes during this time to prevent any accidental displacement of the lashes.


7. If desired, apply mascara to blend your natural lashes with the false lashes. This can help create a seamless look.


To remove the false lashes, gently peel them off from the outer corner, working towards the inner corner. To remove any residual glue from the lash band, use a cotton swab dipped in makeup remover or lash glue remover.


Note: It's important to follow the instructions provided by the specific lash glue brand you are using, as different glues may have slightly different application processes.

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