Eyelashes have the greatest impact on our appearance, they make our eyes look bigger and more glamorous, and they certainly attract a lot of attention. Although cosmetics can effectively enhance eyelashes, they are not enough when compared to what wearing a pair of false eyelashes can provide! Once you experience the vivid effects of extra eyelashes, you will find it difficult to be satisfied with your original makeup habits.
I once saw a friend wearing false eyelashes, it only took a few minutes, I thought I would achieve the same success, applying them would be a piece of cake. I just need a little glue and stable hands, right? error. It was a complete disaster. I have glue everywhere, including in my eyes, where the eyelashes are bent and the ends are peeling upwards-I put on, unplugged, put on, unplugged. By the time I gave up the task, the eyelashes were completely ruined. I am determined to master the art through practice and patience. Now, I know how to apply false eyelashes and I will introduce some techniques so that you can retouch your eyelashes in just a few minutes without harm.
Step #1：Choose the eyelashes you like
After choosing the eyelashes, apply your favorite eye shadow, curl the original eyelashes and apply mascara.
The eyelashes I used here are a bit eye-catching-this natural eyelashes blend perfectly, instantly adding length, lightness and clarity, resulting in a makeup that looks "natural" but very plump.
- The most important thing is that there are 10 different eyelashes in a box of eyelashes for you to choose-Dysilk makes you special
Step #2：Trim off excess eyelashes
Before applying new eyelashes, some trimming may be required. It is important to shape the false eyelash strips first. Twist your fantasy into a C shape and hold it for a few seconds. The eyelash band must follow the natural contours of the upper eyelid. Place the false eyelashes against the eyelid to see if they are too wide. If so, please continue to cut with scissors. The eyelash strips should be close to your natural eyelashes and not drape. Remember, eyelashes are longer toward the outer corner of the eye, and shorter toward the inner corner of the eye.
Step #3：Apply eyelash glue correctly.
Make sure to use a high-quality adhesive, draw a very thin line on the lash band instead of applying it to the eyelids, and make sure to cover the end of the lash band well. After adding glue, it is important to wave the eyelashes lightly. You must wait to prevent the glue everywhere. It can be done in about 20 seconds.
This will make the adhesive dry and a little tacky so that it won’t warp after you put it on.If you are in a hurry, please gently blow your eyelashes or swing it back and forth to encourage the glue to dry.
Step #4：Fixed eyelashes
After placing the false eyelashes on your real eyelashes, gently hold your false eyelashes and real eyelashes with your fingertips. Press lightly together to completely stick. If the glue is still wet, you can flexibly move the eyelash band to the correct position.
Step #5：Fill in the vacancy with eyeliner
If you find any gaps between the real eyelashes and the false eyelashes, fill the gap with a liquid eyeliner. This will help them look more natural.
I will not pretend that eyelashes are easy. I find this process frustrating in many situations. But cheer up, some people do have talent for this and get it right the first time. I am eager to reach this level. If I can apply false eyelashes proficiently, anyone can literally—this is how I do it.