STEP 1: CURL
Curl your natural lashes. Doing this will help them blend with the false lashes.
STEP 2: MASCARA
Apply a small coat of mascara to your natural lashes. We recommend putting mascara on BEFORE putting false lashes on. Mascara can ruin the desired look of the lashes, and overtime will cake up on the lashes resulting in them looking clumpy and unable to re-use.
STEP 3: TRIM
Cut the lash band. Hold the lash up to your eye to measure how much you need to trim off (if you need to) and ALWAYS trim from the outside of the band, never from the inner corner. The band should be a little bitter shorter than your natural lash line.
STEP 4: ADHESIVE
Add the adhesive. Put a very thin layer of adhesive on the lash band and wait about 1 minute, or until the adhesive is dry and tacky enough to stick on. You don’t want to stick them on too soon because the adhesive will be slippery, which makes them much harder to apply.
STEP 5: APPLY
Put them on! Use a tweezers, your fingers, or a lash applicator to place the false lashes as close as you can to your lash line. Start by pressing them on in the center, then moving to the inner corner, and finish by pressing on the outer corner.
STEP 6: TOUCH UP
Once the lashes are dry and won’t move around, take a black eyeliner (or black eyeshadow) and run it over the top of the lash band right where the band meets your lid. This will make everything look even more seamless!