Be as gentle with your false lashes as you would with a new born baby

Remove the strip lash from the package by the band and not the lash.

Remove slowly following the shape of the insert

Place the strip over your natural lash line to see if the strip needs to be trimmed to match your natural length. If yes, trim from the inner corner

Apply eyeliner and mascara to your eyes as usual

Apply a thin amount of lash glue to the band of the strip lashes. A personal trick I use is to put a dab of adhesive on the back of my hand and drag the band through the glue rather than applying the glue directly to the falsey

Bend the band to give more of a curve shape

Let the glue dry for about 45 seconds

Place the band as close to your natural lash line as possible. Pay special attention to the corners by pressing down on them for a few seconds at a time.

Lashes with upturned lash edges can make your eyes look droopy or wonky

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Saturate a cotton swab with an OIL FREE makeup remover

Gently rub the lash line with the cotton swab

Carefully (using tweezers) pull the strip lashes off of your eyelid

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Use oil free makeup remover and a cotton swab to gently saturate the band

Use tweezers to gently remove the adhesive and other debris

With a new cotton swab, gently wipe the lashes and band with rubbing alcohol to disinfect

Place lashes back into the original packaging

Comb with spoolie and allow to dry!


Deeper Cleaning

If your lashes have build up that require a deep clean I recommend:

Soaking in a mixture of hot water and oil free makeup remover for no more than 5 minutes, as soaking in water can compromise the integrity of the lashes

Place the lashes on a paper towel

Gently remove debris with a cotton swab, spoolie and tweezers if necessary

Brush with a spoolie

Place back onto original packaging tray

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