- Use a lash tweezer to hold one end of the eyelash band and gently peel it from the tray. Do not use your hands. You may accidentally peel the fur off the band instead.
- Measure the length of the lash band by gently placing them on your eyelid and trimming off excess from the outer part. If they are too long, they will create a droopy eyelid look, so ensure that your length is perfect and comfortable for you.
- Once your lashes are measured and cut to your liking, give your lashes a little bend so that they fit the shape of your eye better. Our eyelashes have already been pre-curled so there is no need to curl them.
- Apply the glue in a thin layer and give it around 30-40 seconds to dry. This is the most important part. Really! Let the glue dry properly!
- Apply a layer of mascara on your own lashes and line your upper lid with a black liner. This will ensure smooth transition from your lid to the lash bend.
- Take a pair of lash tweezers and hold a strip of eyelashes in the middle of the bend.
- Look slightly down, your mirror should be low. Gently place a strip of lashes with lash tweezers onto the middle of your lid. Apply to eyelid as close to your natural lash line as possible. Hold for a few seconds and then continue with securing both sides to your eye.
- Let glue to dry just a bit more and then gently squeeze with tweezers your natural eyelashes together with your minks.
- Don’t forget to put some mascara on your lower lashes to balance off the look.
- Go outside and enjoy the compliments and looks!
- After each use take a cue tip with water and go along the lash band to loosen the glue.
- Do not use any oil based makeup removers, they will destroy your lashes.
- Keep away from water and heat.
- Remove before sleeping.
- Gently peel the lashes from your eyelid.
- After use, any excess glue should be carefully removed with a tweezer or fingers.
- Keep your mink lashes fluffy and beautiful longer by keeping mascara away from them.
- Always store lashes in the original lash tray, to keep their shape, and protect them for re-use.