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3 Simple Steps To Glue On Your Fake Eyelashes

Fake eyelashes are definitely appealing, for various reasons. Maybe you wish to wear them because your natural eyelash lounge are not as long and luscious as you would prefer, or perhaps you natural lashes are light in colour and thus virtually invisible to the naked eye. In particular when going on a night out, a set of false eyelashes will drastically change your look in a way that mascara alone just cannot achieve.Mbln

eyelash lounge
eyelash lounge

However, even experienced make up users may have concerns about applying and wearing fake eyelash lounge. The main reason for this seems to be the issue of glue. Eyelashes are literally glued to the skin of the eyelids, and stay in place for up to 12 hours depending on the price of the eyelash lounge and the brand. Understandably, many women dislike the idea of putting glue anywhere near their eyes, especially when comedy images of people gluing their eyelids shut are so commonplace.

Thankfully, there’s no reason to miss out on the stunning trend of false eyelash lounge, because mastering their application is easy. The 3 SIMPLE STEPS are:

Step 1:Squeeze a thin layer of eyelash glue on the back of your hand or on paper.
Step 2:Wait for 15 – 20 seconds for the glue to become tacky and then run along eyelash lounge band.
Step 3:Blow softly from edge to edge to make the glue a little less runny to apply your eyelash lounge.

So isn’t it simple to follow these 3 steps? You can start to practice it your ownself and see the result for yourself.

eyelash lounge
eyelash lounge

By applying the glue to the lash itself rather than your own skin, you can be more delicate with where the glue goes and ensure that a night of gluing your eyelash lounge together does not happen to you. Make sure when you apply fake eyelash lounge, you have a good mirror and good lighting in the room that you apply it in. Many people make the mistake of applying fake eyelashes in dimly lit rooms, where they can’t get a full look at their eyes. You need to be able to see all the angles of your eyes (there are specialist mirrors that show different angles at the same time, if you feel like splashing out) clearly, so you can judge exactly what is going where and how it looks. Only with such good condition, you can avoid a makeup mistake. Good Luck!

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