Lets Talk About Your Eyelashes … Your Eyes Are The Windows to Your Soul. Putting enough effort and time to enhance your eyes, are definitely worth it.
Three types of falsies; Full Strips, Individual Lashes, and Full Lashes.
Are Mink eyelashes better than silk eyelashes? Yes, the soft natural hair makes mink eyelashes the most natural looking falsies on the market and they last much longer than the silk eyelashes, which also makes it the most popular.
Get the most of your reusable 3D Mink Falsies. It's important to take care of your 3D Mink lashes gently and carefully. When removing a brand new pair from the tray, handle them by the band and never tug on the individual strands to avoid any damage to them. Remove lashes gently from the tray with your hands or a tweezer.
We suggest to not apply mascara or product on the false lashes, its best to apply mascara to your own natural lashes before application of your falsies … why? Because it gives a more natural blend-in and look with your falsies. With our Mink lashes, they can be reused over and over again, for at least up to 25 wears. Which is why we suggest not to apply mascara on them, this helps to maximize their longevity, avoid clumping and ruin its natural wispy hairs.
Ensure to measure and trim the lashes to the base of your natural lash line, trim any excess from the outer corner. Apply lash glue along the entire cotton band and wait about 20 seconds for glue to become sticky, the drier the glue the better it will stick to your lash line.
To get the glue on the band perfectly, I use either a bobby pin or I cut the cotton part off of a q-tip to apply the glue.
Remember: Use eyelash glue when applying falsies, it may seem similar with a hair glue, but it has a different formulation that is gentler and made specifically for the eyes!
How to take care and clean false lashes. This is a step a lot of people forget, but learning how to clean mink lashes is our biggest tip when answering the question, “can you reuse fake lashes?” Make sure you remove the glue completely from the lash band after each wear. You can do this by using a q-tip with oil free makeup remover and rubbing the glue off along the lash band or using tweezers and gently strip off the excess glue so that your falsies will remain soft and pliable. Glue tends to get very difficult to remove over time if not removed immediately!
Storing and protecting your false eyelashes. Keep your lashes in their best shape by keeping them in their original casing after use. This will prevent any dust, dirt or debris from collecting on your lashes so you can keep reusing them over and over again.
While wearing them, do not tug or pull on them as they can temporarily damage your natural lashes. This type of damage is not permanent, eyelashes will grow back within six to eight weeks.
So, what do you think ... Are you ready to draw attention to your natural assets? Falsies add dimension to the shape of your eyes and enhance the structure of your face.
Do you prefer to wear your natural eyelashes or falsies and why?
Let us know in the comment section below.
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