Tweezers or Applicator
Step 1: Size lashes
Before gluing the lashes on, you need to make sure they are not too wide for your eye. Hold the lash strips up against your eyelid, and trim them down on the sides if necessary.
✨Tip: If the lashes are too long, consider trimming the individual lashes down. Lashes should be longer toward the outer corner of the eye.
Step 2: Apply glue
Apply the lash glue to the outer seam of the eyelash strip with an applicator or small brush. Allow the glue to dry for a moment before applying it to your lashes.
✨Tip: Alternatively, you can squeeze a thin line of lash glue onto the back of your non-dominant hand. Then, gently run the outer seam of the eyelash strip along it.
Step 3: Place lashes
Place the strip on your eyelid, positioning it as close as possible to your natural lashes. Bring the strip down from above, not from the front. This is to ensure that you get as close as possible to your lashline.
✨Tip: If you have watery eyes, apply an added dollop of glue to either end for extra hold.
Step 4: Dry
After at least 15 seconds gently position lashes into place, and press down at the base of your lash line.
✨Tip: Allow the glue to dry naturally. Once the strip is in place, you do not need to press or hold it.
Step 5: Apply mascara (Optional)
Applying mascara to your lashes is not a recommended step, because the chemicals in mascara might cause damage to fake lashes, but some people might want a better effect, then you can try. This step will help blend your natural lashes with the false ones, achieving a more natural look. You can use black, brown, or dark gray mascara.
✨Tip: Avoid using eyelash curlers directly on mink lashes. Instead, try the gentle heat from a heated lash curler to brush, blend & list lashes in place.