Important: Handle your mink lashes with extra care. Never tug on the individual strands.
Start by gently pulling on the two ends of the band until it’s detached from the clear tray. Then, look downwards at a mirror, and position the lashes on your eyes, just above your natural lash line.
Note the width of your eyes, and trim the false lashes from the outside corner to match. After trimming, apply a thin, even strip of glue along the band of the lashes, then allow the glue to settle for a few seconds.
After the glue starts to get tacky, look downwards at a mirror again, and carefully position the lashes at the base of your natural lash line, pushing it down as close as possible, for the most natural look.
Once you’re happy with the placement of the lashes, leave the lashes on and wait for the glue to try. That’s it!
Important: Do not use alcohol based cleaners on the mink lashes as it may weaken the band.
Using a cotton swab, dab some oil-free makeup remover along the band of the false lashes, and wait a few seconds for the glue to start dissolving.
Then, start to gently push the lashes down, without handling by the individual strands, avoid pulling or ripping the lashes off.
Once the lashes are removed, dab a cotton swab in oil-free makeup remover and gently rub off remnants of glue from the lash band. Do not rub the individual strands of fur.
Once the glue has been removed from the band, place your lashes in a clean, dry place, or place them back into your lash box to avoid dust and dirt.