How To Apply False Eyelashes – A Step By Step Practical Video

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Beauty hacks is a never-ending trend which has given rise to the fabrication of cosmetic brands including the false eyelashes. Long eyelashes are considered a sign of beauty in many cultures and as a result, some women seek to enhance their eyelash length artificially, using the false eyelash extensions – quite a popular procedure.

Besides beautifying the eye with artificial eyelashes, modern eye makeup such as mascara, eyeliner, eye putty, and eyeshadow is used to emphasize the eyes. Gone are the days like in ancient Egypt when it was only the wealthy and royals could afford this beauty trick, nowadays applying false eyelashes has become one of the household practises. See Also: How To Tie Gele – A Step By Step Guide On Tying Your Headgear [Practical Videos] Easy steps to Apply False Eyelashes To apply artificial eyelash is not as difficult as you expect, all that’s needed is mascara, a fresh set of lashes, and some black eyelash adhesive, then follow the simple instructions listed below. 1. Apply Mascara and black eye pencil Using to mascara to curl the natural lashes helps to create a shelf to support the weight of the cosmetic lash. 2. Cut the lashes to fit This can be done in two ways; either cut the lash band right down the centre to create a large individual or cut it to the right width of your eye (measure to see if fits your eye) – if it doesn’t, trim off excess trips. 3. Add adhesive(eyelash glue) Use small amounts of the glue. Trace the lash band with a laser-thin line glue and allow few moment for the adhesive to dry – that is until the glue gets tacky. See Also: 20 Beautiful Pictures and Videos of Natural Hair Styles 4. Put it on Using your hand or tweezer, if you can, place the false eyelashes slightly above your natural lash line and gently press it in to stick properly. NOTE: When placing the inner lash extension, avoid moving close to the tear duct to give a little bit more width to the eye. If it’s too close, it makes your eyes feel like they’re narrower and even cross-eyed. See video