How to apply your new false lashes! - Cloudchaser Cosmetics

How to apply your new false lashes!

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So you've got yourself a gorgeous new pair of lashes, and we bet you can't wait to wear them! We all know false lashes can bring your makeup look to a whole new level, but they can be tricky to master sometimes!

Here are a few tips from us on how to apply your false lashes like a pro.

Applying your lashes:

  • Prep your natural lashes by using an eyelash curler, or as desired.

  • Gently remove Cloudchaser Cosmetics lashes from their box ( which every lashes you are using).

  • After measuring the false lashes against your own lash line, trim the falsies to fit your own eye shape. We recommend trimming little by little to avoid cutting off too much.

  • If the lashes taper out to a winged style, we also recommend trimming from the inner corners so you keep that beautiful winged shape.

  • Use our Adhesive Eyeliner across the lash line (launching soon) then apply lashes directly on top. Make sure to press down on the lash a little firmly so that it adheres properly. If you are using a standard glue apply a light layer of glue to the lash band, wait until the glue gets tacky and apply lashes carefully to the lash line.

  • Finish off by using a little mascara to blend your lashes with the Falsies if needed!

And you're done!

If you are newer to lashes or struggle to apply them don't worry, applying false lashes is all about practice. The more you apply them the more confident you will become, we promise!

We recommend looking for lashes with a thinner / softer lash band if you are just starting to wearing false lashes. Thinner or invisible lash bands are often much more flexible and comfortable to wear not to mention much easier to apply.

If you have any questions about applying lashes feel free to leave us a comment or shoot us an email and we will get back to you xx

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