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Tips for Properly Setting False Eyelashes

Ashley Yamamoto

Posted on May 10 2019

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Tips for Properly Setting False Eyelashes

For those of you who have purchased false eyelashes, I am sure a good number of you have struggled with successfully applying them. How do you apply them correctly, so you don't have that dangling-off-the-edge look or artificial straight-plastered-on look?

Here are some tips to make setting false eyelashes easier:

  • Apply lashes after applying any eye makeup.
  • Curl your natural lashes prior to setting false eyelashes - you want your real lashes to be in sync with the false lashes after they are applied.
  • Line the lashes against your natural line above your eye to compare lash length to your real eyelashes.
  • Trim off a little at a time as needed, being careful not to cut off too much. Trim lashes starting from the outer edge.
  • Use tweezers, so as not to accidentally destroy parts of false lashes. 
  • Bend lashes back and forth a few times, to ensure lashes curve better to your natural line when applied. This can avoid the straight look.
  • Apply the glue while putting a little extra towards each end, but be cautious not to apply too much to the entire lash band.
  • Wait until glue becomes a tacky texture before applying.
  • When setting lashes, do not look upward - use a handheld mirror and look a bit downward and to the side to prevent them from falling off while applying.

These are just a few tricks to making the process easier for setting false eyelashes.

Lotus Lashes are one of the leading brands in the beauty industry. They are my personal favorite because they not only have a beautiful, natural look to each lash but are also an excellent fit for customers with sensitive eyes. Lotus Lashes are hypoallergenic and made of natural ingredients. Interested in learning more? Visit Lotus Lashes here

Model is wearing Lotus No. 205


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