Eyelid False Eyelashes

December 1, 2009 by The Gossip Chic  
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Eyelid False Eyelashes

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Eyelid False Eyelashes
should i get eyelash extensions?

i've tried mascara and eyelash curler, it doesn't work b/c my eyelashes are very thick and straight, and also short. i know the glue on false eyelashes are irritating because i tried falsies for about 2 days and my eyelid became irritated and red.

How much are eyelash extensions at salons? Not the individual ones, though. the flares? i think thats what they're called with all the lashes bunched together. Also, how long do they last typically?

it's definitely not worth it to spend your money on that...like nobody cares that deeply about your appearance

spend that money feeding starving people in africa instead

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Lid Tape with False Lashes

Apply False Eyelashes For Fuller, Longer Lashes and Larger Eyes

My eyelashes are very thin and hard to see. All the curling and mascara in the world can't seem to make them seem longer, but falsies take care of all of that. Start by trimming the false eyelashes to the size of your eye. Carefully cut them, lash by lash, until they fit the width of your eye. I like to trim the lengths of the lashes a bit, but if you trim too much the ends don't taper naturally and they look obviously fake.

Squeeze a bit of eyelash glue onto your finger, then carefully apply the glue from your finger onto the base of the lash. Don't apply the glue directly to the lash, as too much glue usually comes out and the false lashes get ruined.

Use tweezers to place the eyelash on top of your lashes, then squeeze the ends of the lash against your eyelid to set the glue. Hold them in place for about a minute to let the glue set up. Carefully curl your eyelashes. This helps the false lashes stick to your real lashes, which looks more natural. I also do this to prevent the fake lashes from lifting off my natural ones.

To finish, apply mascara and eyeliner. If the base of the false lashes doesn't line up with your natural lashes, use eyeliner to mask the gap. Then, apply mascara to your lashes. Be careful while applying the mascara, since you can unseat the glue with too much pressure. It helps to hold your finger on the other side of the falsies (don't use the one with glue on it!) to keep them in place.

With practice, nobody will be able to tell your false lashes from real ones!

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