When using false eyelashes, we sometimes feel very difficult. False eyelashes are a variety of types and sizes are different, not all eyelashes are suitable. When it comes to using false eyelashes, there are many factors that play a role. Including the shape of the eyes. Don’t take out the eyelashes from the heavy box directly. You can trim them according to the shape of your eyelashes when sticking the false eyelashes. Believe us, practice a few more times, you can find the right false eyelashes according to your own eyelashes.
Dramatic eyes; when your eyes are set deeper into the head creating an illusion of a more prominent brow bone. Try lashes that are longer in length at the centre of the lashes.
Cat eyes; when the outer corners of the eyes appear to be drawing downwards. Try a shorter strip lash that is longer in the outer corners to lift your eyes.
Kitten eyes; when the crease on your eyelid isn’t visible. Try a thin strip lash in a shorter length.
Doll eyes; when your eyelids appear projected in the eye socket area. Try balancing your top lashes with strip lashes on the bottom, too, which will give the illusion of pushing back your eyes.
Also, consider if your eyes are close or wide set.
Using a pencil, pen or makeup brush look into a mirror and place your tool from the inner corner of the eye to the outside edge, which will let you measure your eye.
Technically.You should be able to find the right width between your eyes. When you get overlap (i.e. there’s less than one eyeball width space apart) you tend to have close-set eyes so you might want to create the illusion of drawing them apart with lashes that are longer at the outer corners. you have wide-set eyes if the space is bigger than one eyeball width then and might want the emphasis to be towards the centere and inner corner of the lashes to draw the eyes together.
When you get overlap (i.e. there’s less than one eyeball width space apart) you tend to have close-set eyes so you might want to create the illusion of drawing them apart with lashes that are longer at the outer corners. you have wide-set eyes if the space is bigger than one eyeball width then and might want the emphasis to be towards the centere and inner corner of the lashes to draw the eyes together.
Rest the strip lash along your lash line to see whether you need to trim it to size. The strip should start where your natural bulk of eyelashes begin, if you start too close to the inner corner it will irritate your eyes. To mark where your strip lashes should end, go to the outer corner and count 2-4 lashes inwards. If you have them hanging over, it can pull the eyes down.
If you have to trim your false eyelashes to fit your own, remember to start with outside help, don’t cut your eyelashes. If you do, you’ll cut the rest of your eyelashes short.
Sometimes the eyelashes will flatten when you take them out of the box, so pop the inside or outside corners once applied. To avoid this, curl your eyelashes around your fingers with a make-up brush, pen or cotton bud for a minute – this will help keep them more curved.
Dot a thin layer of glue (straight from the adhesive applicator) along the vein of the lash, from corner to corner. Wait a few seconds for it to go tacky before application.
If you want to use your eyelashes for a long time, you can use the “double glue” technology to apply some glue on the eyelash line and eyelashes.
Remember to put them where the eyelashes are naturally thick. Looking down, place the false eyelashes close to the center, outer edge and inner corner of the eyelash line.
Use mascara to make your real eyelashes and false eyelashes perfectly fit together, put false eyelashes down to natural eyelashes, use your fingers or eyelash tweezers carefully, or you will not leave gaps between eyelashes and false eyelashes.