The tabs must be direct from the casing or package in which they were received. This prevents dust and dirt particles from adhering to the strip that makes contact with the skin of the eyelids. Washing hands with warm water and antibacterial liquid soap can also help remove dirt on the fingers and reduce the risk of infection. It is also important to have a clean surface, eyelash adhesive, and a pair of tweezers within easy reach.


Applying lashes can determine how natural the lashes will look, therefore it is important to pay attention to detail during this process. The recommended method is slightly different from what most will do, however, the success rate is much higher than applying excess glue to the lashes and potentially damaging it ...

Apply a pea-sized amount of eyelash adhesive to the back of your hand.
Lift the tab up with tweezers, making sure to grip the strip where the material is most durable.
Gently run the lash strip through the glue, making sure it is evenly distributed throughout the strip. If you accidentally apply too much, blow gently in a side-to-side motion to make the glue less liquid.
Bring the lashes up to the eyelid and apply light pressure along the strip, making sure each edge is firmly attached to the cap.
Checks and adjustments

Once the whip is applied, several checks can be made to ensure it is applied firmly and will not fall off later. First of all, the lashes should not have edges that protrude naturally from your eyelid. If the strip is hanging at the corners, then you may need to reapply or cut the lashes to fit your eye. It is worth checking for visible eyelash glue on the skin around the eye. If the eyelash glue is visible on your skin, it could get into your eye and cause irritation or infection. Generally speaking, high-quality professional lash glue shouldn't do this, but many standard glues can end up being visible on the cap, drawing attention to the lashes and ruining the look. If this eyelash glue is visible, you may need to remove it with a damp flannel. Please note that the best eyelash glue is generally available in two colors. If you are using black eyelash glue, you can mix the glue against your lashes and it will look more natural!

Once you are satisfied with the position and appearance of your lashes, you can resume with the rest of your makeup. Some women prefer to apply lashes at the end of their makeup regimen, but this is really a personal preference.

This process should ensure that you leave with perfect lashes that will hold for hours, however there is still one factor that, when overlooked, can render all of these rules useless. No matter how careful you are with the lashes and how much attention you devote to each process, the lashes will NOT stay on the eyelids if the eyelash glue is of poor quality. Only a professional glue for false eyelashes or a professional glue for eyelash extensions can ensure that your lashes stay on your eyes no matter what conditions you face.

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