- Measure the lash to your eyes
Place the eyelash along your lash line to see if you may need to trim them to fit your eye. The lash should start where your natural eyelash begin, if you apply them too close to the inner corner it may irritate your eyes.
2. Trim lashes if need be
If you have to trim your lashes to fit, remember to do it from the outside edge and don't cut through the lashes, always cut them at the strip. If you don’t you might cut off lashes you wanted to keep.
3. Apply glue correctly
Apply a thin layer of glue along the strip of the lash. Wait a few seconds for it to go tacky before applying. (YOU MAY ALSO USE HAIR GLUE IT’S EASIER TO GET THE EYELASH OFF IF YOU WET THE LASH & ALSO EASIER FOR YOU TO REMOVE THE GLUE FROM THE LASH)
4. FINALLY let’s apply the lashesss
REMEMBER to place them where your natural eyelash begins, starting at the outer edge press the strip lash against your lash line. You may do this with your fingers or tweezers.
You may also use your tweezers or fingers to squeeze the strip lash down onto the natural lashes so you don't end up with a strip of skin between your lashes and the false lashes.
****If you have more of a rounder eye (LIKE ME) your lash may pop up at the inner or outer corners once they’ve been applied. To avoid this you can roll the lashes around your finger, a makeup brush, for a minute – this will help them become more curved in shape.