Be sure to handle your lashes with love & care, they are delicate and can tear. When removing them from their packaging take care when using tweezers as this can damage the band and ruin your lashes.
We all love a little mascara. However, excess build up on your lashes will cause the lashes to fall out and they may not last you as long as they should.
When it is time to remove your lashes, take a cotton stick with an oil free makeup remover and dab it along the lash line to soften up the adhesive used to apply. After about 10-15 seconds gently slide the lash off, starting from one end of your lash line to the other, trying not to pull out any fibres or cause damage to your own lashes.
After each wear place your lashes back into their packaging to keep them safe from dust and dirt. Remember they go onto your eyes, we do not want them to be unhygienic. If you would like to clean your lashes take a spooly with an oil free make up remover or a little water and gently clean each lash by brushing them downwards. Be gentle and DO NOT soak your lashes, as this will ruin the natural curl.
Measure the lashes against your eye, if they are too wide trim the lashes a little at a time, from the outer edge. However if you have a lash were the hairs are longer in the centre, we recommend trimming a little from both ends to keep the centre lashes the longest, especially if you have hooded eyes.
Apply a small amount of adhesive to the lash band, close to the lash roots and wait at least 30 seconds until the adhesive becomes tacky. The longer you allow the glue to dry the easier it is to apply the lash.
Apply the lashes just above the natural lash line, application is helped by looking downwards into the mirror, press gently across the lash line paying most attention to the outer corners and hold for a few seconds.
If you are new to applying lashes, we recommend using a lash applicator for an easier application.